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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Where on earth?
Guess in the comments (bonus points for identifying the speaker).
A quantum PCP theorem?
The first day of the Simons workshop on quantum Hamiltonian complexity brought us two talks on the quantum PCP conjecture. In the first, Dorit Aharonov gave an overview of the conjecture and its relevance for physics, and she discussed recent … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, Talks
Tagged local Hamiltonian, QMA, quantum PCP, Simons workshop
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Simons workshop on quantum Hamiltonian complexity
As many of you might know already, Berkeley recently won the competition for the establishment of a Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing. The institute is initially funded for 10 years and will mostly be running semesterlong programs in … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, Uncategorized
Tagged berkeley, quantum hamiltonian complexity, simons institute
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TCS+ inaugural seminar
The first TCS+ seminar of the semester just took place today, and I’m happy to report that the delivery went well! The baby has all its fingers and can be seen here. The parents are still recovering from their emotions … Continue reading