Near-Term Quantum Computing

Benasque Science Center Av. de Francia, 17, Benasque, Huesca, España

Quantum computing has experience huge scientific growth recently. What 10 years ago were a few prototypes of qubits in closed university laboratories are now fully fledged quantum computing devices, made of tens or even hundreds of qubits and substantially improved quality, and getting closer to fault-tolerance thresholds. Moreover, the existence and development of several quantum […]

PYSQT SEMINAR – Alonso Hernández Antón

Title: Generation of 2D cluster states of microwave photons using superconducting qubits You can join the meeting via the following Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96511252033?pwd=QUdmaWRsZDRXUHpCVGFGUjdFNjhRZz09 Meeting ID:  965 1125 2033 Access code: pysqt

TalentQ SEMINAR | Zoe Holmes

Title: Does provable absence of barren plateaus imply classical simulability? A large amount of effort has recently been put into understanding the barren plateau phenomenon. In this perspective article, we face the increasingly loud elephant in the room and ask a question that has been hinted at by many but not explicitly addressed: Can the […]

TalentQ Seminar – Quantum error correction with constant time overhead

Speaker: Michael Vasmer Abstract: The promise of quantum computers is currently limited by noise. Quantum error correction has the potential to overcome this problem, at the cost of large space and time overheads. The usual approach to diagnose errors in a quantum error-correcting code is to measure certain parity-check operators. These outcomes are then processed […]

TalentQ Seminar – Javier Robledo, Research Scientist at IBM

Title: Chemistry Beyond Exact Solutions on a Quantum-Centric Supercomputer Abstract: A universal quantum computer can be used as a simulator capable of predicting properties of diverse quantum systems. Electronic structure problems in chemistry offer practical use cases around the hundred-qubit mark. This appears promising since current quantum processors have reached these sizes. However, mapping these […]

TalentQ Seminar – Antonio Rubio, Postdoctoral Researcher at ICFO

TITLE: QUIONE: A quantum simulator based on ultracold strontium atoms ABSTRACT: Neutral atoms have a wide range of applications in quantum science and technology. Strontium atoms, in particular, are popular for their use as atomic clocks in the field of quantum metrology. But recently, their preparation in optical lattices and tweezers has also been exploited for quantum simulation and quantum computing. In this talk I will present QUIONE: an analog quantum simulator able to […]

TalentQ SEMINAR | Henry Semenenko

TITLE: Quantum Error Correction and Scaling with Trapped-Ions ABSTRACT: Quantinuum's quantum processors use the quantum charge-coupled device (QCCD) architecture with trapped-ion qubits to deliver leading performance with high-fidelity gates and all-to-all connectivity. As we look towards performing more complex algorithms that require vast numbers of operations, it will be necessary to develop quantum error correction […]

Quantum Technologies for Young Researchers (QTYR)

CSIC Central Campus Serrano 113, Madrid, Madrid, España

QTYR24, the Quantum Technologies for Young Researchers workshop, is a conference designed specifically for scientists in the early stages of their careers working in various branches of Quantum Science. From July 9th to 12th, 2024, in Madrid, this workshop offers a unique opportunity for postdocs, PhD, and Master's students to share their research in a […]

TalentQ SEMINAR | Esperanza Cuenca

Title: Programming Heterogenous Quantum-Classical Supercomputing Architectures Abstract: Valuable quantum computing will integrate tightly with and depend on classical high-performance computing and AI. Such a hybrid system needs a programming model that enables easy and performant co-programming across quantum and classical resources. NVIDIA CUDA-Q is an open-source platform for integrating and programming QPUs, GPUs, and CPUs […]

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