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2010 Awards Program Symposium
"Quantum computing"








~PROGRAM~

8:30-8:40 Opening:
Doug Doren
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Science, University of Delaware
Stu Pittel
Chair of the Franklin Institute Committee on Science and the Arts

8:40-9:15
David P. DiVincenzo (IBM, Yorktown Heights):
Some history of quantum computing

9:15-9:50
J. Ignacio Cirac (Max Planck, Garching):
Ion trap quantum computing: theory

9:50-10:25
David J. Wineland (NIST Boulder):
Quantum processing and quantum metrology with trapped ions

10:25-11:50 Coffee break

10:50-11:25
Christopher Monroe (Joint Quantum Institute and U. Maryland):
Wiring atoms for quantum simulations and quantum communication

11:25-12:00
Peter Zoller (U. Innsbruck):
Quantum information with neutral atoms: theory

12:00-12:35
David Weiss (Penn State):
Quantum computing with neutral atoms: experiment

12:35-12:45
David P. DiVincenzo
Other implementations of quantum computing