Informatisches Kolloquium Wintersemester 2007/2007
Montag, 4. Dezember 2006
Prof. Dr. Jozef Gruska
Main Challenges of Quantum Informatics
The initial development of quantum information processing has been much stimulated by outcomes in theoretical informatics (the proofs of existence universal reversible and quantum Turing machines).
Apt killers in quantum information processing have been again physically counterintuitive results of people with informatics thinking (Shor's algorithms, quantum error correcting codes and fault-tolerant computations).
It has turned out that informatics offers for quantum physics paradigms, concepts, and results that can allow physics to see faster what is impossible, to formulate and to sharp better results and to see deeper into the physical world.
Currently, in connection with quantum information processing and quantum physics, theoretical informatics has enormous chance and duty to contribute to solve some of the key current problems of physics in particular and science in general.
The talk will motivate, present and analyse main challenges of quantum informatics and their impacts on physics and informatics.
Prof. Dr. M. Kudlek
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