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Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC 2016)
September 27 - 29, 2016
Quantum computing encompasses a wide range of topics like quantum complexity theory, communication, cryptography, coding theory, etc. Research in quantum computation has lead to rapid theoretical and practical improvements in these areas. As we increasingly rely on services in the cyber world, security has become a key issue. Advancements in quantum computation can only add to the problems that researchers need to figure out how to solve.
TQC 2016 focuses on the theoretical aspects of these problems. The conference will bring together researchers so they can interact and share possible problems and solutions with each other. TQC 2016 will also include invited and contributed talks, and a poster session.
Visitors to the conference can also explore the city of Berlin, which has numerous points of interest like Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall, and Brandenburg Gate.
For more information about the conference, please visit http://tqc2016.physik.fu-berlin.de/.
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