Quantum Lunch Location:
T-Division Conference Room, TA-3,
Building 123, Room 121
Quantum Institute: Visitor Schedule
The Quantum Lunch is regularly held on Thursdays in the Theoretical Division Conference Room, TA-3, Building 123, Room 121.
For more information, contact Diego Dalvit.
Thursday, April 24, 2008
12:30 PM to 2 PM
Speaker: Mark M. Wilde, University of Southern California
TOPIC: Quantum Coding with Entanglement
We review our recently developed techniques for constructing quantum convolutional codes that use entanglement shared between sender and receiver. This technique of exploiting entanglement has the benefit that we can import arbitrary classical codes with good performance for use in quantum coding. We review the techniques for encoding Calderbank-Shor-Steane (CSS) quantum convolutional codes and also discuss new techniques for encoding quantum convolutional codes that have a more general, non-CSS structure. We also discuss a unifying structure for quantum convolutional codes that incorporates the benefits of operator, entanglement-assisted, and classical-quantum coding techniques in the stabilizer formalism. We finally present some new lines of inquiry for multiparty entanglement-assisted codes and non-additive entanglement-assisted quantum codes.
 M. M. Wilde, H. Krovi, and T. A. Brun, "Convolutional entanglement distillation," arXiv:0708.3699, Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, August 2007.
 M. M. Wilde and T. A. Brun, "Entanglement-assisted quantum convolutional coding," arXiv:0712.2223, 2007.
 M. M. Wilde and T. A. Brun, "Unified quantum convolutional coding," arXiv:0801.0821, Accepted for the 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, (ISIT 2008).
 M. M. Wilde and T. A. Brun, "Minimum entanglement formulae for entanglement-assisted quantum coding," In preparation, April 2008.