Quantum Computer Science Summer School
A weeklong series of academic activities for undergraduate students on topics from quantum information and quantum computation.
The Quantum Computer Science School is a weeklong series of lectures and academic activities for undergraduate students from Tsinghua University and universities in Australia, between 21 to 26 January 2018.
The lectures of this school will focus on topics from quantum information and quantum computation, and the lecturers are renowned experts in the relevant field. This school combines academic learning, problem-solving, and cultural exchange.
This school is co-organised by the UTS Centre for Quantum Software and Information, and the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, Tsinghua University.
Senior undergraduate and graduates in science and engineering at UTS are very welcome to participate in this school. No background beyond basic mathematics (linear algebra, calculus, discrete mathematics) will be assumed, although some familiarity with algorithms and quantum information is usually helpful.
This gives a rare opportunity for students to catch up with the trend of quantum software and information. The lecturers are all renowned experts in the relevant field. This event also features a public lecture by Prof Andrew Yao, the winner of the 2000 Turing Award.
More detailed information on registration can be found on the event website.
To register, please contact Dr Youming Qiao.
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