This is a special issue of Âé¶ą´«Ă˝Ół» BITS featuring articles that examine how information theorists are helping the â€śsecond quantum revolutionâ€ť and what potential opportunities in quantum computation lie ahead.
This is the second regular issue of Âé¶ą´«Ă˝Ół» BITS featuring articles spanning from Katalin Martonâ€™s main contributions, to data structure compression, to communications and sensing and to the role of deep learning in wireless communications.
Quantum information was once a niche domain focused on foundational questions. It has grown into a broad research area with industrial, academic, and national research efforts around the world, but many foundational questions remain. The special issue papers consider cryptography and error correction from the viewpoint of quantum information and computation.