Department of Physics
Seminar on Monday, March 19
Mar 14, 2012
PHYS490 Monday, March 19, 4:30-5:00 pm
Currens Hall 205
All physics faculty and students are invited.
Speaker: Dr. Kishor Kapale
Title: Quantum Communication: Concepts and Implemenation
The non-classical aspects of quantum mechanics such as the irreversible effects of measurement, superposition, and entanglement have been shown to be useful for a variety of communication tasks including secure communication of a classical message and long-distance communication of quantum states. In this talk I will discuss basic concepts behind a couple of the most intriguing ideas represented by quantum cryptography and quantum teleportation. I will also discuss physical schemes in which implementation of these ideas is possible.