PUPSS (Prairie Universities Physics Speaker Series) Presents Dr. Andrew Frey

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PUPSS (Prairie Universities Physics Speaker Series) Presents:

Dr. Andrew Frey

Associate Professor

Physics Department at the University of Winnipeg 

Thursday January 21st, 2021

9:00am -10:15am

Zoom please use the following link below.


Zoom ID: 990 6979 5964

Quantum Information In Quantum Gravity For Undergraduates

How do physicists define information, and what does that mean in quantum mechanics? What are the big problems of quantum gravity? Are those two questions really related to each other? I will talk about what undergraduate students can learn about information and how information theory appears in physics, including quantum gravity. As examples, I’ll explain two projects in gravitational quantum information that students are working on at the University of Winnipeg.

This is a free event and all are welcome.

Please contact Catherine Drenth for any additional information at catherine.drenth@uleth.ca


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