University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia

20-24 May 2003

Organizing Committee
David Evans
    UVa, Computer Science
Jeffrey Holt
   UVa, Mathematics
James Howland
   UVa, Mathematics
Chris Jones
   Washington and Lee University

Brian Parshall
   UVa, Mathematics
Olivier Pfister
   UVa, Physics
Harold Ward
   UVa, Mathematics

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


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.

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Hotel Information


Pre-Conference Lectures

Harold N. Ward, An Introduction to Coding Theory [PDF]

Richard L. Barnes, Bridges From Classical to Quantum Codes [PDF]


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


Conference and workshop on Coding Theory and Quantum Computing
University of Virginia