2024 May 2003
Organizing Committee
David
Evans
UVa, Computer Science
Jeffrey Holt UVa, Mathematics
James Howland UVa, Mathematics
Chris
Jones Washington and Lee
University
Mathematics
Brian Parshall UVa, Mathematics
Olivier
Pfister UVa, Physics
Harold Ward UVa, Mathematics
Sponsors
National Science Foundation
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia
Department of Mathematics, University of Virginia
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Virginia
2020 UVa NanoQuEST Institute

Conference and Workshop on
Coding Theory and Quantum Computing
An introduction to a new interdisciplinary field
Conference Schedule
Registration
To register, submit this Registration
Form.
Faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend. Financial
support is available. Submit an Application for Financial Support to be considered.
For more information:
conf2003@weyl.math.virginia.edu
Hotel Information
Directions
PreConference Lectures
Harold N. Ward,
An Introduction to Coding Theory [PDF]
Richard L. Barnes,
Bridges From Classical to Quantum Codes [PDF]
MiniCourses
Robert
Calderbank, AT&T Labs Research
Kerdock/Preparata Codes, Orthogonal Geometry and Quantum
Computing
Samuel Lomonaco,
Jr., Computer
Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Entanglement and Quantum Computing
David
Meyer, Department of Mathematics, University of California, San Diego
Quantum Algorithms and Quantum Games
Confirmed Hour Speakers
 Steven van Enk,
Bell Labs
 Shuhong Gao,
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University
 Mark
Hillery, Department of Physics, Hunter College of CUNY
 Gretchen
Matthews,
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University
 Barbara
Terhal,
IBM Watson Research Center
 Lorenza Viola, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Caspar H. van der Wal, Department of Physics, Harvard
University
and HarvardSmithsonian
Center for Astrophysics
 Qing Xiang,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Delaware
