Mini-Symposium on Quantum Computing
College Station, Texas
May 4 - May 6, 2001

The meeting is entirely devoted to Quantum Computing, an interdisciplinary area entangling Computer Science and Mathematics with Physics. The meeting will be held in College Station, Texas, home of Texas A&M University. The Mini-Symposium was made possible by kind support of the Santa Fe Institute.

The meeting will be held at the Hilton hotel in College Station, TX. Rooms have been booked for the invited participants at the Hilton from May 4 checking out on May 6. You should arrive at Easterwood airport in College Station. Take a cab from the airport to the Hilton - it is a 5 minute drive and the costs are about US$10 or less.

Program and Participants


All you need to know about College Station

In a first - and very good - approximation, the city of College Station consists of three streets. You are either on University Drive, on Texas Avenue, on George Bush Drive, or you are lost. All these streets surround the campus of Texas A&M university. The Hilton is on University Drive, east of Texas Avenue.


The meeting has a limited number of seats for interested undergraduate or graduate students. Please contact Andreas Klappenecker if you are interested to participate. Dr. Klappenecker will sponsor a number of undergraduate and graduate students, who are interested in Quantum Computing and want to attend the full meeting from May 4-May 6.