# Stefan Wolf: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2017

Name | Dr. Stefan Wolf |

Address | Universita della Svizzera italiana Via Buffi 13 LAB - Glass Building, Office 202 6900 Lugano SWITZERLAND |

Telephone | 077 411 8606 |

wolf@inf.ethz.ch | |

Department | Computer Science |

Relationship | Lecturer |

Number | Title | ECTS | Hours | Lecturers | |
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252-1403-00L | Introduction to Quantum Information Processing | 3 credits | 2G | S. Wolf | |

Abstract | Followed by an introduction to the basic principles of quantum physics, such as superposition, interference, or entanglement, a variety of subjects are treated: Quantum algorithms, teleportation, quantum communication complexity and "pseudo-telepathy", quantum cryptography, as well as the main concepts of quantum information theory. | ||||

Objective | It is the goal of this course to get familiar with the most important notions that are of importance for the connection between Information and Physics. The formalism of Quantum Physics will be motivated and derived, and the use of these laws for information processing will be understood. In particular, the important algorithms of Grover as well as Shor will be studied and analyzed. | ||||

Content | According to Landauer, "information is physical". In quantum information, one is interested in the consequences and the possibilites offered by the laws of quantum physics for information processing. Followed by an introduction to the basic principles of quantum physics, such as superposition, interference, or entanglement, a variety of subjects are treated: Quantum algorithms, teleportation, quantum communication complexity and "pseude-telepathy", quantum cryptography, as well as the main concepts of quantum information theory. | ||||

252-4800-00L | Quantum Information and Cryptography Number of participants limited to 120. | 2 credits | 4S | S. Wolf | |

Abstract | In this advanced seminar, various topics are treated in the intersection of quantum physics, information theory, and cryptography. | ||||

Objective | see above |