2 October 2018 | 3:59 pm

(Just a few politics-related comments to get off my chest.  Feel free to skip if American politics isn’t your 5-liter bottle of Coke.) FiveThirtyEight currently gives Beto O’Rourke a ~29% chance of winning Ted Cruz’s Senate seat.  I wish it were higher, but I think this will be such a spectacular upset if it happens, and […]

It’s hard to think when someone Hadamards your brain
25 September 2018 | 8:37 am

“Unperformed measurements have no results.” —Asher Peres With two looming paper deadlines, two rambunctious kids, an undergrad class, program committee work, faculty recruiting, and an imminent trip to Capitol Hill to answer congressional staffers’ questions about quantum computing (and for good measure, to give talks at UMD and Johns Hopkins), the only sensible thing to […]

CS and quantum information at UT Austin: come join us!
19 September 2018 | 2:13 pm

Merry Yom Kippur! This is my annual post where I tell you about opportunities available at UT Austin, which has long been a safe space for CS research, and which we hope will rapidly become (or return to its historical role as…) a safe space for quantum computing and information. If you’re interested in faculty […]

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