Quantum Information Laboratory
Pursuing quantum physics and applying it to information theory
Do you think the moon exists when you aren’t looking at it? The question may seem quite philosophical, but it has emerged as an extremely difficult problem in modern physics. Our laboratory is researching this question from perspectives including quantum mechanics, which are the theories about the microscopic world, and the new field of quantum information science.
|College of Systems Engineering and Science
||Machinery and Control Systems|
|Faculty Name||KIMURA, Gen|
The Physical Society of Japan
|Keyword||Mathematical science,Physics,Probability theory|
- Information science
- Applied physics
For SocietyBy taking advantage of the wonders of quantum mechanics, we could achieve teleportation, unbreakable codes and ultra-supercomputers that are superior to modern ones. Perhaps we should brace ourselves for a world like the ones depicted in science fiction stories.
- Basic quantum mechanics
- Quantum information theory
- General probability theory