Private Key and Public Key Quantum CryptographyDaniel Gottesman
Dept. of Mathematics, UC Berkeley
Tuesday, March 5, 2002 15:00-16:00,
Speaker Bio: Daniel Gottesman received a Ph.D. in Physics from Caltech in 1997. He has had postdoctoral stays at Los Alamos National Laboratory and at Microsoft Research. He is currently a Visiting Scholar in the EECS Department at the University of California at Berkeley. He is also the receipient of the prestigious Long-Term Prize Fellowship of the Clay Mathematics Institute. Gottesman's research centers on quantum computation and quantum cryptography. He is well-known as the developer of the stabilizer code formalism for creating and describing a large class of quantm error correcting codes which admit fault-tolerant quantum computation.
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