- Sun, 07 MayJerusalem07 May, 16:00 – 17:00Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Jerusalem, Israel
The Hebrew University's Quantum Information Science Center invites you to explore the breadth and depth of quantum science, through a series of lectures by world leaders in the fields of quantum computational complexity, physical realizations of quantum processors, verifiability of quantum dynamics, and more. This series aims at bringing together the broad community of quantum researchers in Israel, spanning physics, computer science, math, chemistry and engineering. The talks will be held approximately once a month.
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May 04, 2023
ICFO (Institute of Photonic Sciences), Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain
Contemporary quantum technologies face major difficulties in fault tolerant quantum computing with error correction, and focus instead on various shades of quantum simulation (Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum, NISQ) devices, analogue and digital quantum simulators and quantum annealers. There is a clear need and quest for such systems that, without necessarily simulating quantum dynamics of some physical systems, can generate massive, controllable, robust, entangled, and superposition states. This will, in particular, allow the control of decoherence, enabling the use of these states for quantum communications (e.g., to achieve efficient transfer of information in a safer and quicker way), quantum metrology, sensing and diagnostics (e.g., to precisely measure phase shifts of light fields, or to diagnose quantum materials). In this Lecture I will present a vision of the golden future of quantum simulators in the decades to come.
Auditorium 1 – Feldman Building
Food & Beverages
Reception, networking, snacks and beverages
(Outside the Auditorium – Feldman Building )