Professor Klaus Mainzer und Professor Michael Molls | Neue "Philosopher in Residence"-Seminarreihe: "Quantumness: from Logic to Engineering and back"

Aktuelles, Molls, Mainzer |

Am 6.12.23 startet die neue "Philosopher in Residence"-Seminarreihe: "Quantumness: from Logic to Engineering and back" am TUM IAS.

The burgeoning research into quantum information and computation marks a significant milestone 
that can be dubbed “the second quantum revolution”. The first quantum revolution of the 20th century 
deeply changed the fundamental concepts of physics and our understanding of the physical world. 
The second q uantum revolution of the 21st century is leading to dramatic technological changes in 
our society and shaping new conceptual and logical paradigms. Munich Quantum Valley serves as 
 an exemplary case, bringing together fundamental research and practical application.

Organized by Prof. Roberto Giuntini (Philosopher in Residence) and his hosts:
Prof. Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Prof. Stefania Centrone, Prof. Klaus Mainzer


06.12.2023   IAS Faculty Club, Lichtenbergerstraße 2a

14:30 – 14:45   Prof. Michael Molls (Director of TUM-IAS)
                         Opening speech

14:45 – 15:15   Prof. Klaus Mainzer (TUM)
                         Introduction to the Focus Group and to the Seminars

15:15 – 16:00   Prof. Giuseppe Sergioli (University of Cagliari), 
                         Prof. Roberto Giuntini (TUM-IAS, University of Cagliari)
                         Quantum State Discrimination for Supervised Classification

16:00 – 16:45   Prof. Christian Mendl (TUM)
                         Aspects of Quantum Simulation by Digital Quantum Computer

Further Informations: