Course: Quantum Communication and Information Processing 3

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Course title Quantum Communication and Information Processing 3
Course code OPT/KK3
Organizational form of instruction Seminar
Level of course Master
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 2
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Fiurášek Jaromír, doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Mišta Ladislav, doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Park Kimin, Ph.D.
  • Gavenda Miroslav, Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Sedlák Michal, Mgr. Ph.D.
  • Filip Radim, doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
The aim of the course is to theoretically solve particular actual problem within the field of topics discussed in the courses of "Quantum communication and processing of information I and II" and elaborate the results in the form of the scientific article of report. The solution of the particular problem is worked out on the basis of acquired knowledge from previsous courses and under the supervision of the course lecturers. The course is then finished with the presentation of the work results of the student in the form of the lecture with discussions.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Dialogic Lecture (Discussion, Dialog, Brainstorming), Work with Text (with Book, Textbook), Methods of Written Work
  • Homework for Teaching - 39 hours per semester
  • Attendace - 26 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The goal of the subject is to obtain practical knowledge of solving research problems from quantum information processing.
Application of knowledge. Show an ability to apply knowledge and principles for solution of particular problems in the concrete situations.
Prerequisites
Courses OPT KK1 and KK2.

Assessment methods and criteria
Final Report

Practice within the scope of the course topics
Recommended literature
  • Bouwmeester, D., Ekert, A., & Zeilinger, A. (2000). The physics of quantum information: quantum cryptography, quantum teleportation, quantum computation. Berlin: Springer.
  • Cerf, N. J., Leuchs, G., & Polzik, E. S. (2007). Quantum information with continuous variables of atoms and light. London: Imperial College Press.
  • Furusawa, A., & Loock, P. (2011). Quantum teleportation and entanglement: a hybrid approach to optical quantum information processing. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH.
  • Nielsen M. A., Chuang, I. L. (2004). Quantum Computation and Quantum Information. Cambridge University Press.


Study plans that include the course
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