The Unit for Quantum Digital Humanities


The Unit for Quantum Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities equiped with Quantum Computer ( new effective and fastest computer based on new physics ) is  what we can define as Quantum Digital Humanities.

Website: http://Quantum DH
Location: Oxford
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Nov 29, 2014

Quantum Digital Humanities. Refinements.

Full-scale quantum computer [ QC ] is not existing now, however, mathematical software  for quantum computer is well-developing area of modern quantum computing. Some applications of QC -software could be used in humanities and social sciences , for example, quantum game theory inspired by quantum software can demonstrate advanced results  in the arts, anthropology, politics, economics, historical reconstructions and simulations of randomness.  Another area of Quantum DH is quantum cryptography. Generally speaking , quantum digital humanities can perform a new way of cooperation between "two cultures" and, may be, to achieve real approximation to Ancient Dream of the Classical  Greeks - Super Unification of Humanities, Social and Natural sciences, in general.

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Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on October 7, 2011 at 1:50pm

Plato's Enigma and Experimental Digital Humanities

Popov, Michael A.

Quelle: Mathematical Intelligencer 2011, 5 S. [Aufsatz]

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ISSN 1866-7414
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New Digital Reception of Classics in 2000s can suggest a possibility of solution of the most enigmatic problems of Classics as well as development of the new kind of Second – Generation Experimental Digital Humanities.
Klassifikation sonstige Geisteswissenschaften (39900)
DDC Philosophie (100)
Schlagwörter aus dem Thesaurus Sozialwissenschaften Geisteswissenschaft; Digitalisierung; Computer
Schlagwörter / Keywords Digital Humanities; Plato; perfect numbers; supercomputer
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Neuaufnahmedatum 30.06.2011 16:12
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Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on November 1, 2011 at 1:24pm

List of related publications:

Quantum Games

Popov M.A. P vs NP problem in the field anthropology - ArXiv 0904.3074v1 (csOH 2009) .

Quantum Cryptography.

Popov M.A. Cubic Groups - Preprints Archive Cryptology 653/2010

Popov M.A.Quantum Immune One -Way Function - paper presented at CRYPT2011 ( First Annual Conference on Quantum Cryptography ) Zurich ETH

12-16 Sept 2011.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on January 21, 2012 at 1:50pm

Jan 2012

Unfortunately, some futuristic ideas on quantum computer revolution exist merely in mathematical language. However, it is not impossible to find a new educational tools to represent such ideas for non-scientists. Could you imagine that one day you can use the power of all today's supercomputers in humanities and social sciences... Our today's crazy-like attempts to think about it have sufficient foundation. 

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on March 8, 2012 at 3:57pm

Febr 2012

Governments and New Media - new topic for DH inspired by Russian, USA and Swiss ( 2007 ) elections. Corrupted regimes can use new digital supercomputer technologies to provide own existence. USA elections discovered new strategy - targeted personalized communications. Swiss's quantum elections ( quan computer technology ) in  2007. Treat of hi tech "guided democracy" in future ?...

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on April 14, 2012 at 5:33pm

from Talk at Oxford Digital Social Sciences Forum/ March 2012

e-Social Sciences could be defined as an attempt of  digital  ( classical )  approxi- mation to real ultimately complex socio-political processes usually studied by Social sciences and Humanities. However, because some unsolved problems produce “Big Data”, in other words, because some classical computations and communications are faced with computational limits (NP hard problems, or TSP like problems in political sciences), new non-classical (quantum) approximations to overcome insolvability are needed....

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on April 21, 2012 at 5:26pm

 Poster on quantum internet for  "Internet, Politics, Policy 2012" ( an academic conference that will explore the new research frontiers opened up by Big Data as well as its limitations) is accepted.

Organised by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII, University of Oxford) on behalf of the OII-edited academic journal Policy and Internet, the conference will take place over two days (20-21 September 2012) at St Anne's College in central Oxford, UK.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on July 16, 2012 at 12:56pm


NSMNSS network - nonclassical reality group Research methods community  Twitter #NSMNSS or

Oxford's IRC Conference Persons and their Brains 2012, etc - collection of video

http:// ianramsey centre/conf1012/grayling/onDemand,html  

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on July 23, 2012 at 7:07pm

Digital Humanities Congress 2012

University of Sheffield, 6 - 8 September 2012

The University of Sheffield's Humanities Research Institute with the support of the Network of Expert Centres and Centernet

"At Sheffield we understand the digital humanities to mean the use of technology within arts, heritage and humanities research as both a method of inquiry and a means of dissemination. We’re therefore excited to have a varied programme with speakers from disciplines across the arts, humanities and heritage domains " .


Our keynote speakers are:

  • Professor Andrew Prescott (Head of Department, Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London)
  • Professor Lorna Hughes (University of Wales Chair in Digital Collections at the National Library of Wales)
  • Professor Philip Ethington (Professor of History and Political Science, University of Southern California and Co-Director of the USC Center for Transformative Scholarship)

Download our full programme

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on July 23, 2012 at 7:12pm


September 10th – 14th, 2012, Singapore

Quantum cryptography aims to achieve security from fundamental physical principles, such as the quantum mechanical phenomena of entanglement and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. In the last few years significant progress has been made in the theoretical understanding of quantum cryptography and its technological feasibility has been demonstrated experimentally. Quantum cryptography is therefore regarded as one of the most promising candidates for a future quantum technology.

QCRYPT is a new conference series on Quantum Cryptography. The first event took place at ETH Zurich September 2011, and was a resounding success with nearly 140 participants both from theoretical and experimental research groups, making it the largest conference in this area. The second event will take place at the National University of Singapore.

Comment by Michael Alexeevich Popov on August 11, 2012 at 2:39pm


My contribution -


Thought mathematical experiments, quantum protocols and algorithms are used to aware of future quantum reality as well as to be part of the most advanced scientific adventure of the 21st century.

Book 2.0 Project with CRASSH


Book 2.0 is a new, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal which aims to publish articles and reviews on developments in book creation and design - including the latest in technology and software affecting illustration, design and book production. Book 2.0 will also explore innovations in distribution, marketing and sales, and book consumption, and in the research, analysis and conservation of book-related professional practices. Book 2.0 aims to provide a forum for promoting and sharing the most original and progressive practice in the teaching of writing, illustration, book design and production, and publishing across all educational sectors.


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