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He concentrates on the information processing that occurs at the sensory periphery of the brain and the brain cortex and examines it in terms of information theory, as well as quantum computation.

Professor Elanor Huntington from UNSW Canberra, who directed the Australian experimental contribution, is a colleague of Professor Wiseman in the Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology.

1 Introduction The bit is the fundamental unit of storage in a classical computer; similarly, the basis of quantum computation is a qubit.

1992, Rapid solution of problems by quantum computation, Proc.

Quantum Computation and Quantum Information, Cambridge University Press, 0-521-63503-9, Cambridge Shor, P.

Born theoretically just a quarter century ago, quantum cryptography forms the foundation of a burgeoning research enterprise known as quantum information theory, which involves not just quantum communication but also the ambitious goal of quantum computation.

Born theoretically just a quarter century ago, quantum cryptography forms the foundation of a burgeoning research enterprise known as quantum information theory, which involves not just quantum communication but also the ambitious goal of quantum computation.

The interest of D-Wave for me is mainly one of psychology, business and the margins of science," says professor Andrew Steane of the centre for quantum computation at the University of Oxford.