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Quantum Engineering Graduate Seminar

Alderson Hall 1613 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

Quantum Networking, Frank Ling, Amazon Web Services Abstract: The quantum technology landscape is evolving fast. Quantum networking as one of the three main thrusts in quantum technology has broad use cases. I’ll discuss a few specific technologies in quantum networking, include quantum key distribution, repeater-based quantum networks, and highlight AWS’s work on memory-enhanced quantum repeaters. […]

Quantum Engineering Graduate Seminar

Alderson Hall 1613 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

MADS BAHRAMI Wolfram Academic Innovation Support (AI, Quantum and more)

Quantum Engineering Graduate Seminar

Alderson Hall 1613 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

ROBIN KOTHARI Google Quantum AI How simulating balls and springs captures the power of quantum computing Abstract: I'll describe a classical problem related to simulating the classical time dynamics of 2^n balls and springs that can be solved by quantum computers in poly(n) time (the problem is in BQP) and which also captures the power […]

Quantum Information Seminar

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

DR. TASSHI DENNIS NIST and CU-Boulder Optical Networking of Superconducting Quantum Computers with Transduction Devices

Quantum Information Seminar

Online (Zoom) CO, United States

DR. ABHINAV ANAND Duke University Hamiltonians, Groups, States and Circuits Abstract: Efficiently calculating the low-lying eigenvalues of Hamiltonians is a fundamental challenge in quantum computing. While various methods have been proposed to reduce the complexity of quantum circuits for this task, there remains room for further improvement. In this talk, I will introduce a framework […]

Quantum Information Seminar

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

JIAQI (JIMMY) LENG University of Maryland, College Park Quantum Approach to Classical Optimization: Why Bother and What To Do? Abstract: Continuous optimization problems arise in virtually all disciplines of quantitative research, including applied mathematics, computer science, and operations research. While convex optimization has been well studied in the past decades, nonconvex optimization generally remains intractable […]

Quantum Information Seminar

Arthur Lakes Library 1410 Illinois St., Golden, CO, United States

04/30 @10am, Library 121; Zoom ILAN TZITRIN Xanadu Linear-Optical Quantum Computing with High-Probability State Generation and Arbitrary Connectivity Abstract: We present Xanadu’s proposal for a scalable and fault-tolerant photonic quantum computer along with relevant new results. Gottesman-Kitaev-Preskill bosonic qubits for this architecture are generated all-optically with high probability; a shallow network of static beamsplitters then […]