Quantum information processing and communication - Strategic report on current status, visions and goals for research in Europe

P Zoller, T Beth, D Binosi, R Blatt, H Briegel, D Bruss, T Calarco, JI Cirac, D Deutsch, J Eisert, A Ekert, C Fabre, N Gisin, P Grangiere, M Grassl, S Haroche, A Imamoglu, A Karlson, J Kempe, L KouwenhovenS Kroll, G Leuchs, M Lewenstein, D Loss, N Lutkenhaus, S Massar, JE Mooij, MB Plenio, E Polzik, S Popescu, G Rempe, A Sergienko, D Suter, J Twamley, G Wendin, R Werner, AJ Winter, J Wrachtrup, A Zeilinger

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Abstract

We present an excerpt of the document "Quantum Information Processing and Communication: Strategic report on current status, visions and goals for research in Europe", which has been recently published in electronic form at the website of FET (the Future and Emerging Technologies Unit of the Directorate General Information Society of the European Commission, http://www.cordis.lu/ist/fet/qipc-sr.htm). This document has been elaborated, following a former suggestion by FET, by a committee of QIPC scientists to provide input towards the European Commission for the preparation of the Seventh Framework Program. Besides being a document addressed to policy makers and funding agencies (both at the European and national level), the document contains a detailed scientific assessment of the state-of-the-art, main research goals, challenges, strengths, weaknesses, visions and perspectives of all the most relevant QIPC sub-fields, that we report here.
Translated title of the contributionQuantum information processing and communication - Strategic report on current status, visions and goals for research in Europe
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)203 - 228
JournalEuropean Physical Journal D
Volume36 (2)
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2005

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Publisher: Springer
Other identifier: IDS Number 973OC

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