Workshops
Spring 2014

Quantum Games and Protocols

Feb. 24Feb. 28, 2014

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Organizers:

Dorit Aharonov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Thomas Vidick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Microsoft Research Fellow), John Watrous (University of Waterloo)

This workshop will focus on quantum interactive proofs and entangled quantum games. It will include recent advances in our understanding of the complexity class QMIP of multiple entangled provers, as well as QPIP, quantum polynomial time bounded provers. The workshop will also address quantum PCP from an interactive proof perspective.

Enquiries may be sent to the organizers workshop_qhc1 [at] lists [dot] simons [dot] berkeley [dot] edu (at this address.)

Invited Participants: 

Scott Aaronson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Dorit Aharonov (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Itai Arad (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore), Mohammad Bavarian (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Michael Ben-Or (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Fernando Brandao (University College London), Jop Briët (New York University), Harry Buhrman (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica), André Chailloux (Inria), Xie Chen (Miller Institute, UC Berkeley), Giulio Chiribella (Tsinghua University), Paul Christiano (UC Berkeley), Ignacio Cirac (Max Planck Institute, Garching), Richard Cleve (University of Waterloo), Matthew Coudron (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Eleni Diamanti (CNRS - Télécom ParisTech), Irit Dinur (Weizmann Institute), Joe Fitzsimons (Singapore University of Technology and Design), Sevag Gharibian (UC Berkeley), Shafi Goldwasser (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Weizmann Institute), Daniel Gottesman (Perimeter Institute), Gus Gutoski (Perimeter Institute), Aram Harrow (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Patrick Hayden (Stanford University), Sandra Irani (UC Irvine), Rahul Jain (National University of Singapore), Zhengfeng Ji (University of Waterloo), Marius Junge (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Elham Kashefi (University of Edinburgh), Iordanis Kerenidis (CNRS - Université Paris Diderot), Alexandra Kolla (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Zeph Landau (UC Berkeley), Debbie Leung (University of Waterloo), Carl Miller (University of Michigan), Roderich Moessner (Max Planck Institute, Dresden), Dana Moshkovitz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Daniel Nagaj (University of Vienna and Slovak Academy of Sciences), Ashwin Nayak (University of Waterloo), Carlos Palazuelos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Anna Pappa (Télécom ParisTech, Paris Diderot), Pablo Parrilo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Attila Pereszlényi (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore), David Pérez-García (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Sandu Popescu (University of Bristol), Ran Raz (Weizmann Institute and Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), Ben Reichardt (University of Southern California), Sepideh Rezvani (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Amit Sahai (UCLA), Miklos Santha (Université Paris Diderot), Or Sattath (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Leonard Schulman (California Institute of Technology), Yaoyun Shi (University of Michigan), Jamie Sikora (Université Paris Diderot), Mario Szegedy (Rutgers University), Nathaniel Thomas (Stanford University), Luca Trevisan (UC Berkeley), Dominique Unruh (University of Tartu), Umesh Vazirani (UC Berkeley), Thomas Vidick (Newton Institute), Ashvin Vishwanath (UC Berkeley), Philip Walther (University of Vienna), John Watrous (University of Waterloo), Mark Wilde (Louisiana State University), Xiaodi Wu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Andrew Chi-Chih Yao (Tsinghua University), Henry Yuen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).