You Down With QIP?

So simultaneous with QEC07, the conference I'm attending, is the QIP 2008. Anyone at QIP see any interesting talks that they'd be willing to comment on? Come on, don't be shy (or post anonymously :) )

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HA! QIP is in New Delhi this year. There are so many beautiful Mughal buildings that one can go and see. The Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun's Tomb, etc. I was just there this summer. Winter's the best time to be in New Delhi. After that...well, let's just say that hell probably has a cooler temperature. :)

Since there was no Internet access at QIP this year, people listened to the talks instead of reading blogs.

By Anonymous (not verified) on 22 Dec 2007 #permalink

And we can ascertain that there was some actual computer science discussed...because the last commentor commented anonymously.