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Title: Quantum Cryptography, Mutually Unbiased Basis and what is wrong with Classical Cryptography
Speaker: Professor Asha Rao, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
Date: 28 September 2007
Time: 4.00 p.m.
Venue: Lecture Hall - I, Dept. of Mathematics

Starting with a brief description of classical cryptography and the need for quantum cryptography, I will elaborate on some of the mathematical questions within quantum cryptography, ending with the details on a a particular problem - the construction of mutually unbiased basis.


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