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Transcript
Spring 2015 Seminar Series
Dr. Sevag Gharibian
Assistant Professor, CS
Title: An Introduction to Quantum Computing
Abstract:
Over the last 20 years, the field of quantum computing has been catapulted
from a distant vision of celebrated physicist Richard Feynman into a
rapidly expanding area of research intersecting computer science,
mathematics, physics, and engineering. In this talk, we give a gentle
introduction to the field, aimed at an audience with no background in
quantum computing or quantum mechanics. Roughly, the talk will consist
of three parts: (1) Motivations for building a quantum computer, (2) an
introduction to quantum mechanics, and (3) an overview of Grover's
quantum algorithm for unstructured database search, which for example
provides a square root speed up over the brute force algorithm for any NPcomplete problem.
When: 12:00pm-1:00pm, Friday, February 6, 2015
Where: Room E2221, School of Engineering-East Hall, Monroe Campus