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[theory-seminar] Theory Lunch 5/19: Mark Zhandry (Princeton)
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Subject: [theory-seminar] Theory Lunch 5/19: Mark Zhandry (Princeton)
This week's theory lunch will take place Thursday at noon in the Engineering Quad<https://www.google.com/maps/place/Science+%26+Engineering+Quad+Courtyardfirstname.lastname@example.org,-122.1765394,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x808fbb8ce58bcc27:0x677c06a883bb7bb7!8m2!3d37.428484!4d-122.1743507>. We'll start with some socializing, followed by a talk at 12:30pm. Mark will tell us about: Verifiable Quantum Advantage without Structure
Abstract: “Structure” has long played a central role in proposals for super-polynomial quantum advantage. This is especially true for problems whose solutions can be efficiently verified, where all prior results require algebraic computational conjectures or oracles with very specific features. In this talk, I will discuss a new approach for verifiable quantum advantage which, for a reasonable complexity-theoretic notion of “structure”, requires no structure at all.
* Joint work with Takashi Yamakawa
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