Category Archives: teaching

Lecture notes on the Mahadev verification protocol

As announced earlier I am currently teaching a course on “interactive proofs with quantum devices” in Paris. The course is proceeding apace, even though the recent lockdown order in France means that we had to abandon our beautiful auditorium at … Continue reading

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UCSD Spring school on Quantum Computation

A couple months from now Dorit Aharonov, David Gosset and myself will be giving a short 3.5-day “Spring School” that is meant to be an introduction to recent topics in quantum computing, directed at young researchers in theoretical computer science at large. The school is … Continue reading

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QCryptoX: post-mortem

Our EdX/Delft/Caltech course on quantum cryptography officially ended on Dec. 20th, and is now archived (all material should remain available in the foreseeable future; we will also prepare a self-contained version of the lecture notes). At Caltech, the “flipped classroom” ended a couple … Continue reading

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Two weeks in

Our course on quantum cryptography will soon enter its third week of instruction (out of ten weeks planned). My parallel “in-class” course at Caltech has already gone through four weeks of lectures. How is it going so far? There are many possible measures … Continue reading

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One week later…

…and 736 words of expectation for the class: Note the top contender: let’s see if we live up to their expectations! It’s been a fun first week. We released “Week 0” of the material a month ahead of the official … Continue reading

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Coming to a theater near you

This Fall together with long-time friend and collaborator Stephanie Wehner I will be teaching a Caltech/TUDelft/EdX course on Quantum Cryptography. As I am writing this I almost feel like saying I have taught an EdX course…indeed, I just finished recording … Continue reading

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Fall teaching

Caltech’s academic year started this week, with Monday being the first day of instruction for the Fall quarter (Caltech’s quarter-based division, as opposed to the more usual division in semesters, explains why we’re starting a month later than many others). … Continue reading

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