RIT in Quantum Information Science

Mon, Feb 26, 2024 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kirwan Hall 3206


Quantum Engineering 101: A Mathematical Perspective
(Session 4 of RIT in Quantum Information Science)
Speaker Name: David Roberts
Speaker Institution : UMD
The theory of noise, measurement, and amplification in quantum information processing devices deviates substantially from its counterparts in conventional engineering disciplines. Quantum-mechanical systems exhibit distinctly different behavior compared to their classical counterparts, necessitating a revised theoretical framework. In this talk, I will provide a mathematical viewpoint on the theory of quantum noise. As an illustrative example, I will study a quantum-information-theorist's version of a classical Markov chain and demonstrate how the theory deviates from classical expectations.

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Institute for Physical Science & Technology