Quantum computing and communications: New paradigm

Quantum computing and communicationsQuantum computing is one of the most significant scientific breakthroughs of the century. The Computer Science and Engineering Department at SRM university-AP is organising an online Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on the topic “Quantum Computing and Communications: New Paradigm” from December 27 to 31, 2021 for scholars from various reputed universities and institutions. The programme organised jointly with CDAC, Bengaluru, will be inaugurated on December 27, 2021, at 9.30 am.

Quantum computing is a new disruptive paradigm based on the principles of quantum mechanics to solve problems in various fields of science that are beyond the possibilities of classical computing infrastructures. Despite, a lot of theoretical research and hardware implementations, the application of quantum computing in solving a computational problem is yet to be explored. In future, a new generation of quantum technologies will drive the development of disruptive devices, services and systems which will primarily impact imaging and computing of intractable problems, as well as enhance network security.

The FDP aims to provide a comprehensive idea of quantum computing, its applications and research opportunities. Eminent speakers will provide insightful discussions on quantum computing, quantum information, quantum engineering, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Faculty members, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students from various reputed institutions are the target audience for the FDP.


Date Session 1 (9.30 AM – 11.00) AM) Session 2 (11.30 AM – 1.00 PM)
27/12/2021 Dr Sridharan R

Topic: Quantum Computing and Research Scope

Sandeep Deb

Topic: Quantum Secure Cryptography

28/12/2021 Dr Natarajan Venkatachalam

Topic: Quantum Network

Dr Asvija

Topic: Quantum Network

29/12/2021 Prof Vimal Bhatia

Topic: Quantum Secured Future Optical Networks

Prof Konstantin E Dorfman

Topic: Multi-Dimensional Optical Sensing with Quantum Light

30/12/2021 Prof Monica Aggarwal

Topic: Quantum Machine Learning

Dr Debanjan Konar

Topic: Hands-on – IBM Quantum Computer

31/12/2021 Sudeep S

Topic: Hands-on – IBM Quantum Computer

Dr Indranil Chakrabarty

Topic: Quantum Information Theory

Avail yourself the opportunity to interact with the brightest minds in academia from 27 to 31 December 2021.

Register here!

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