Quantum Colloquium

Quantum Colloquium

This colloquium series features talks by some of the foremost experts in quantum computation in the form of "an invitation to research in area X". With the explosion of interest in quantum computation, there is a dizzying flurry of results, as well as a diverse group of researchers who are drawn to this field. This colloquium series aims to target three audiences: 

  1. Experts in quantum computation: It is increasingly difficult for even experts to keep up with the results in adjacent areas. These colloquia will aim to identify the key results and techniques in the area, as well as the most important directions for further research. 
  2. Interested researchers in (classical) theoretical computer science: There are deep connections between ideas in quantum computation and classical complexity, algorithms, etc. These colloquia aim to make these connections more accessible to the broader TCS community. 
  3. Interested mathematical and physical science (MPS) researchers: These colloquia aim to enable MPS researchers to cut through the clutter to make connections to CS style results in quantum computation. 

Public Zoom webinar link: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/95040632440

If you wish to receive ongoing info about talks in this series, please register to participate.

If you require accommodation for communication, please contact our Access Coordinator at simonsevents [at] berkeley.edutarget="_blank" with as much advance notice as possible.

Web Registration – Quantum Colloquium Series

Please submit the registration form below to register for the ongoing Quantum Colloquium series of talks. Those who register here will be added to our mailing list for this event and will receive email updates regarding future talks in this series. Talks will take place weekly on Tuesdays unless otherwise noted.

All talks will take place virtually on Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive an email with the Zoom link for all talks in this series. Please be sure to save this confirmation email you receive for easy access to the webinar link throughout the course of this series. 

Questions? Contact Simons Institute Events Staff at simonsevents@berkeley.edu.

If you require accommodation for communication, please contact our Access Coordinator at simonsevents@berkeley.edu with as much advance notice as possible.