- The UK Quantum Communications Hub
- The Pollard Institute, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
- Quantum Information Team @ TELECOM-ParisTech, Paris, France, QI@TELECOM
- Quantum Information Science @ Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, QIS@SUT
- International Iran Conferences on Quantum Information, IICQI
you find some useful links and references about different issues on (quantum) information theory and quantum optics.
- Quantum Theory Needs no Interpretation, by Christopher A. Fuchs and Asher Peres (Physics Today, 2000): “… it is essential to understand that the validity of the statistical nature of quantum theory is not restricted to situations where there are a large number of similar systems. Statistical predictions do apply to single events. When we are told that the probability of precipitation tomorrow is 35%, there is only one tomorrow. This tells us that it is advisable to carry an umbrella.”
- International Journal of Quantum Foundations
- Information Processing and Thermodynamic Entropy: A useful page to be familiar with the relation between “quantum information” and “thermodynamics” as well as the emerging field of Quantum Thermodynamics.
- Lectures on Quantum Computation by David Deutsch: A “glamorous” series of six video lectures as an introduction to the quantum computation theory by Prof. D. Deutsch (downloadable).
- The Information Philosopher: The page has provided quite a bit about individuals, either scientists or philosophers, who have discussed “information”.
- Kwiat Quantum Information Group: An excellent page to (quickly) get to know about quantum information in the viewpoint of quantum optics.
- How to become a GOOD Theoretical Physicist: “This is a page for ambitious people, who are (like me) determined to use their brains to discover new things about the physical world that we are living in.” –Gerard Hooft.
- Interaction-free Measurement: How to detect the position/state of an object without having interaction with it. You can also see Elitzur-Vaidman thought experiment.