On October 16-18, 2019 the CMSA will be hosting a workshop on Noncommutative Analysis, Computational Complexity, and Quantum Information.
This workshop will focus on linking three different rapidly developing areas: noncommutative real algebraic geometry (RAG), theory of computation and quantum information theory. This mix of overlapping but independently developing topics should lead to a stimulating flow of tools and important problems into several disciplines. Given the different communities there will be an emphasis on tutorials and making the lectures broadly understandable.
The workshop will be held in room G10 of the CMSA, located at 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. This workshop is organized by Boaz Barak, Bill Helton, Pablo Parrilo, Tselil Schramm.
- Jason Altschuler, MIT | Video
- Boaz Barak, Harvard | Video
- Ankit Garg, Microsoft Research | Slides | Video
- David Gosset, University of Waterloo | Video
- Aram Harrow, MIT | Video
- Igor Klep, University of Ljubljana
- Salma Kuhlmann, Universität Konstanz | Video
- Scott McCullough, University of Florida | Slides
- Ion Nechita, Laboratoire de Physique Théorique | Slides | Video
- Rafael Oliveira, University of Toronto | Video
- Vern Paulsen, University of Waterloo | Video
- Suvrit Sra, MIT | Video
- Victor Vinnikov, Ben Gurion University | Video
- Jurij Volčič, Texas A&M University | Slides | Video
- Adam Bene Watts, MIT
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