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EU-US Workshop: Selected Presentations and Abstracts

The statements made in these presentations are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily represent the positions of The National Academies.

Carl Caves
University of New Mexico

Physical Resources, Entanglement,
and the Power of Quantum Computation

 

Steven Girvin
Yale University

Cavity QED with Electrical Circuits

     

Dietrich Leibfried
National Institute of Standards
and Technology – Boulder (NIST)

A Large Scale Quantum Computer
Based on Trapped Ions

 

Gerhard Rempe
Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics

Quantum Information and Coherence
in Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics

     

Irfan Siddiqi
University of California – Berkeley

Innovations in Microwave Readout Techniques
for Superconducting Qubits

 

Anton Zeilinger
University of Vienna

All-optical Quantum Computation
and Quantum Communication

     

Peter Zoller
University of Innsbruck

Quantum Information Processing
with Polar Molecules