His other research interests include algorithmic information theory, in which the concepts of information and randomness are developed in terms of the input/output relation of universal computers, and the analogous use of universal computers to define the intrinsic complexity or "logical depth" of a physical state as the time required by a universal computer to simulate the evolution of the state from a random initial state. ... would call a classical view of information. In 1984, Bennett and Gilles Brassard of the Université de Montréal, building on the seminal insights of Stephen Wiesner, developed a practical system of quantum cryptography, allowing secure communication between parties who share no secret information initially, and with the help of their students built a working demonstration of it in 1989. Salman Avestimehr is a Professor and director of the Information Theory and Machine Learning (vITAL) research lab at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of University of Southern California. Home His research interests include information theory, coding theory, and large-scale distributed computing and machine learning. Will accept the Dowry of standard quantum mechanics Will argue that standard QM, especially the “Monogamy of Bennett is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. At Harvard, he also worked for James Watson one year as a teaching assistant about the genetic code. in Chemistry from Brandeis University in 1964 and received his PhD from Harvard in 1970 for molecular-dynamics studies (computer simulation of molecular motion) under David Turnbull and Berni Alder. hashed digests of the ongoing recording, establish a posterior time bracket. Aside from enabling new kinds of computation and communication, entanglement helps explain the origin of randomness, why the future is less certain than the past, and, paradoxically, the macroscopic world's superficially classical appearance, which allowed quantum laws to remain undiscovered until the 20th century. IBM Fellow. IEEE.org  |  IEEE Xplore Digital Library  |  IEEE Standards  |  IEEE Spectrum  |  More Sites. Nondiscrimination Policy 09:00 am – 10:00 am. But only twenty years after Shannon's landmark paper, Wiesner noticed that they could be used to do some intriguingly nonclassical things, such as making impossible-to-counterfeit banknotes or multiplexing two messages into an single optical transmission from which the receiver could receive either one at will but not both. He was awarded the 2008 Harvey Prize by the Technion[4] and the 2006 Rank Prize in opto-electronics. Quantum effects, though long known, were regarded mainly as another noise source to be managed by classical error correction. He received his Ph.D. in 2008 and M.S. Charles H. Bennett was born in 1943, the son of music teachers. Date & Time. Charles H. Bennett and Peter W. Shor, "Quantum Information Theory," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol 44, pp 2724–2742, Oct 1998 Gregg Jaeger's book on Quantum Information(published by Springer, New York, 2007, ISBN 0-387-35725-4); Lectures at the Institut Henri Poincaré (slides and videos) © Copyright 2020 IEEE – All rights reserved. This was not a new discovery but rather a reaffirmation of Smoluchowski’s correct 1914 analysis of the demon, which had been partly forgotten in the interim due to confusion over the different ways quantum mechanics and thermodynamics constrain measurement. degree in 2005 in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, both from the University of California, Berkeley. In collaboration with Gilles Brassard of the Université de Montréal he developed a system of quantum cryptography, known as BB84, which allows secure communication between parties who share no secret information initially, based on the uncertainty principle.