Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations

The discovery that quantum physics allows fundamentally new modes of information processing has required the existing theories of computation, information and cryptography to be superseded by their quantum generalisations. The Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations (formerly the Centre for Quantum Computation), part of the University of Cambridge, and based within the Department for Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics, conducts theoretical research into all aspects of quantum information processing, and into the implications of quantum computing, quantum information theory and quantum theory for physics itself.

Latest Paper

The B850/B875 Photosynthetic Complex Ground and Excited State are Both Coherent. (arXiv:1608.06913v1 [physics.chem-ph])
R. H. Squire (1, a), N. H. March (2), A. Rubio (3), J. R. Ingles (1, b), W. A. Cunningham (1, b) ((a) Department of Natural Sciences, (b) Undergraduate STEM Student Department of Chemical Engineering, (1) West Virginia University - Institute of Technology Montgomery, WV, (2) Department of Physics University of Antwerp, Belgium, Oxford University, England, (3) NanoBio Spectroscopy Group and ETSF Scientific Development Centre and DIPC Department of Materials Science, Faculty of Chemistry University of the Basque Country, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain)
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