Fall 2019: “Quantum Information and Geometry”

Course description: This course is an introduction to information-theoretic methods in fundamental physics. It is aimed at graduate students and advanced undergraduate students in Physics and Mathematics. I strongly encourage interested Mathematics students with knowledge of operator algebras to participate.


Prerequisites: Quantum Mechanics and/or Operator Algebra, Statistical Mechanics, Classical Mechanics. Knowledge of Quantum Field Theory is not required; however, familiarity with the basics of General Relativity and Riemannian geometry will be assumed.

Topics that we will cover:

  1. General Quantum Systems and Entanglement Theory
  2. Tensor Networks and Geometry
  3. Quantum Fields and Entanglement
  4. Basics of Conformal Field Theory
  5. Towards the Emergence of Spacetime and Holography

If you have suggested/comments regarding the course please do not hesitate to email me.



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