Quantum Computer Science
On Mathematics, Computer Science & Quantum Computation
What have prime numbers to do with your credit card? What has number theory to do with computer science? Is it possible to teleport objects? What has quantum mechanics to do with computing? What indeed is a quantum computer? What happens if you can build it? How could it transform forever the world of information?
When you look around, what do you see? You see something or you see nothing. That something you call matter and that nothing you call space. And yet, that something is an it and that nothing is a bit. That something is matter and that nothing is, well, information. And yet further, it is a bit. Yes, the "it" or matter is built of the "bit" or information. In a sense this is all that one needs to know, the rest are details. For, a sufficiently creative mathematician, physicist or computer scientist could build up everything from the bit or information. Information and not space, as star trek would have it, truly is the final frontier. And it is no small wonder that the present era is dominated by information science and technology.
And all these tremendous revolutionary developments emerged from one of an innocent series of fabulous problems posed by the great German Mathematician David Hilbert. Now known as the Hilbert Problems.
Hilbert posed an unsolved problem in almost innocent sounding phrases: He asked, "Does there exist an universal algorithm to determine if a statement is true in all models of a theory?"
This unleashed a chain of enormously significant developments in mathematics, physics and computer science that were further fueled by the mathematicians Bertrand Russel and A N Whitehead, Kurt Godel, John Von Neumann, Norbert Wiener, Alan Turing and of course, Claude Shannon. But perhaps more than anyone else, it was Claude Shannon who nailed the it to the bit. Shannon did to information what Galileo and Newton did to matter. He quantified it into a measurable entity, the bit as did Galileo and Newton quantified matter into mass. The bit then is the measure of information, the pre-final frontier.
And then came Quantum Theory into the world of computation and information. This fusion of mathematics, computer science and quantum theory has presently given rise to the intellectually exciting, challenging and prospective interdisciplinary field known as Quantum Computation and Quantum Information. Needless to say, this could possibly be concretized in the form of the most modern computer ever, the Quantum Computer. Thus, Quantum Computer Science is indeed the final frontier.
The CFRCE Advanced Workshop on Quantum Computer Science opens up a window of opportunity to keen young inquiring high school students in their 9th to 12th grades. Starting from a review of basic physics and mathematics, it exposes them to a conceptual and mathematical perspective of Quantum Computer Science. It is perhaps the most powerful springboard for students to catch up on the technical theoretical underpinnings of this irresistibly fascinating, state-of-the-art, cutting edge topic in modern science and technology.
The only prerequisites for this Advanced Workshop is knowledge of basic Physics, Precalculus, Calculus and that indispensable quality - intellectual curiosity, and a sense of adventure on the part of the student. The mathematics of Computer Science, and Quantum Information will be sketched and featured in course of the workshop paving the way for an understanding and appreciation of Quantum Computer Science.
Dr. B S Ramachandra: Chairman & Director, CFRCE, is a mathematical physicist, polymath, educationist, NLP master practitioner and peak performance consultant. His research interests in theoretical physics include Loop Quantum Gravity, Shape Dynamics, Geometric Mechanics, Geometric Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantization, Black Hole Physics, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information.
Dr. R Srikanth: CFRCE Research Associate and a Professor at the Poornaprajna Institute of Scientific Research (PPISR), Bangalore, India, is a theoretical physicist and world renowned expert and authority with more than 100 research articles on Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information, Quantum Communication, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Teleportation.
Girisha B Shankar: CFRCE Research Associate, is also a computer science professional with expertise in security systems and cryptography. His research interests include Geometric Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantization, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information.
Anirudh H Rayas: CFRCE Research Associate & Faculty. His research interests include Axiomatic Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantization, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Information Theory, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information.
Sachin S Bharadwaj: CFRCE Research Associate & Faculty, is also an actor, national level playback singer and Rhodes Scholarship Finalist 2019. His research interests include Loop Quantum Gravity, Geometric Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantization, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information, Condensed Matter Physics and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Rahul K Balaji: CFRCE Research Associate & Faculty. His research interests include Axiomatic Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantum Mechanics, Geometric Quantization, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Information Theory, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information.
Day 1: March 02, 2019, 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Day 2: March 03, 2019, 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Venue: CFRCE Building, Jayanagar, Bengaluru -560041, India
Early Bird Offer: Rs.4,900/- (Four Thousand and Nine Hundred Only) (Inclusive of GST) till 22nd February, 2019
Regular Fee: Rs.5,900/- Five Thousand and Nine Hundred Only) (Inclusive of GST) Post 22nd February, 2019
Who can Register: Exceptionally Motivated Students from 9th to 12th Grades
Certificates: On completion of the workshop the students will be awarded certificates of participation
This CFRCE Advanced Workshop is aimed at exceptionally motivated, intellectually curious and independent minded students with interest and passion for learning topics ahead of their level. To benefit fully from this workshop, it is necessary that you possess a background of Basic Physics, Precalculus and Calculus. If you are such a student you are invited to check your eligibility and submit the registration form
In all matters pertaining to registration the decision of the CFRCE Admission Panel will be final.
Best Wishes as you take your first step towards this great adventure!
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