Welcome to the web pages of the Quantum Information Science Theory Group at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo led by Professor Kae Nemoto. Here at NII we focus on the theoretical and experimental implementations of quantum information science, the new and exciting field of physics which blends the weird and wonderful world of quantum theory to computer science. This site provides information on our current research team and their interests. Please feel free to contact us with questions comments or if you would like to visit NII.
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VISITORS
20-31 May, 2013Prof. Andrew Greentree (RMIT, Australia)
13 May, 2013Dr. Cecilia Cormick (Ulm University, Germany)
18-22 March, 2013Prof. Ilia Polian(University of Passau)
11 Mar - 14 May, 2013Mr. Alexandru Paler(University of Passau)


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For abstract and further information, please visit our seminars and workshop web site, the Qulink Web Site.

For Information about JST-CNRS "Quantum Computation: Theory and Feasibility" project, please visit the JST-CNRS web site.



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