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Quantum Contextuality: from paradox to computational resource

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Our first talk this year is by Prof. Samson Abramsky from the University of Oxford, who will be talking about quantum computing. Read more about his work here:

Entry is FREE to everyone and attendees are welcome to join us at the pub afterwards where CUCaTS will buy your first pint/drink. FREE BEER !

The talk will take place at the Trinity Hall Lecture Theatre (ask at the plodge for directions).

A little about Samson Abramsky: He has played a leading role in the development of game semantics, and its applications to the semantics of programming languages. Other notable contributions include his work on domain theory in logical form, the lazy lambda calculus, strictness analysis, concurrency theory, interaction categories, and geometry of interaction. He has recently been working on high-level methods for quantum computation and information.

Come along to find out more about quantum computation from the pioneer himself!

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Computing and Technology Society (CUCaTS) series.

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