Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

Institute for Quantum Computing

Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

Institute for Quantum Computing

Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

University of Waterloo

Quantum Interactions
Theory Group

University of Waterloo

Workshop: QuDits for Quantum Technology 
9+10 July
Institute for Quantum Computing, Waterloo

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About the workshop:

This workshop focuses on encoding quantum information in more than two states.

The main theme is to go beyond binary encodings: from quBits to quDits, where D > 2.

Now is a very interesting time, as we see a lot of experimental progress and new possibilities in this area. This workshop brings together researchers  – both experimentalists and theorists – to explore quDit-based applications in all areas of quantum technology.

Topics include:

  • QuDit algorithms.
  • QuDit quantum error correction.
  • Quantum simulations with quDits.
  • QuDits in quantum networks.
  • QuDits in quantum sensing.

We are expecting two exciting days filled with updates and discussions.

________________________________________________________________About Quantum Interactions

We are a theoretical quantum information science group run by
Prof. Christine Muschik. Working closely with experimental teams, we develop a new generation of quantum protocols and applications.

We focus on

  • Hybrid quantum-classical computing
  • Quantum simulations
  • Quantum sensors
  • Quantum networks

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