02 Apr2013
Quantum Calculation, Computer Science and Computers
Conference Debates of the Académie des Sciences
Selon Quantum calculation, quantum computer science and quantum computers constitute Quantum Computing (QC), whose general principle is to use the laws and phenomena of Quantum mechanics for the best profit of information processing. During this conference at the Académie des Sciences, experts from this emerging discipline, which is still little known to the general public and many scientists, have described the physical and mathematical bases, the circuits and the algorithmic aspects of QC.
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Welcome Addresse [In French]

Introduction au Traitement Quantique de l'Information [In French]
Philippe Grangier, Institut d'Optique, Palaiseau 
Mathematical Aspect of Quantum Computation
Reinhard Werner, University of Hanover 
Des Circuits Supraconducteurs pour l'Information Quantique [In French]
Daniel Estève, Quantronics, SPEC, CEASaclay, Membre de l'Académie des sciences 
Secure Quantum Cloud Computing
Elham Kashefi, University of Edinburgh 
General Discussion and Conclusion [In French]
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