Abstract

Quantum computers need to manipulate quantum states, and the only ways we know of doing this are inherently noisy. Thus, if we are ever to be able to do long computations on quantum computers, we need to make them fault tolerant. The way we know how to do this currently is to use quantum error correcting codes. We will introduce error correcting codes and explain how they can be used to provide fault tolerance for quantum computers.
 

Details

Talk Number 21040003
Speaker Profile Peter Shor
Date
Source
Perimeter Institute Recorded Seminar Archive
Subject Physics