In our research group we explore the implications of quantum mechanics on the theory of computing. Quantum computers do not simply compute faster, but operate using completely different principles than ordinary “classical” computers – this requires completely new ideas. In addition, we investigate interdisciplinary applications of quantum information to problems in other areas of computer science, mathematics, and theoretical physics. We cordially invite you to get to know our international team and to learn more about our research.
How To Get Started?
- Follow our courses and do a project with us
- Nature Insight surveying various aspects of future quantum computers
- Ronald de Wolf’s essay on the potential impact of quantum computing on society
- John Preskill’s essay on noisy intermediate-scale quantum computers and beyond
- QIP, TQC, and the quantum information conference calendar