Title: Quantum Computation for Quantum Field Theories and Nuclear Physics
Speaker: Martin Savage (University of Washington and InQubator for Quantum Simulation)
Date: Wednesday 1 December 2021
Time (taking into account the change to Winter time in Europe): 17h00 Brussels = 16h00 Lisbon = 12h00 New York = etc.
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New session of the QuantHEP Seminar – Quantum Computation and High-Energy Physics Seminar:
Article on "Quantum algorithm for the classification of supersymmetric top quark events" published in Physical Review D
The article Quantum algorithm for the classification of supersymmetric top quark events, by P. Bargassa, T. Cabos, A. C. O. Choi, T. Hessel, S. Cavinato, has been published in: Physical Review D 104, 096004 (2021). Get PDF.
Yasser Omar will give an outreach talk for the general public, in Portuguese, at the Museum of Natural History and Science, in the Mathematics Fair.
"Será que um gato pode tornar um computador mais rápido?"
Yasser Omar (Instituto Superior Técnico & PQI – Portuguese Quantum Institute)
Saturday 30 October 2021
at 15:30 Lisbon time
in the Museum of Natural History and Science, Lisbon
Stefano Gherardini has joined the Group as a Researcher. Welcome Stefano!
New article: "A QUBO Formulation for Minimum Loss Spanning Tree Reconfiguration Problems in Electric Power Networks"
The article A QUBO Formulation for Minimum Loss Spanning Tree Reconfiguration Problems in Electric Power Networks, by F. Silva, P. Carvalho, L. Ferreira, Y. Omar, is available at: arXiv:2109.09659 (2021). Get PDF
Lorenzo Buffoni won a microgrant from Unitary Fund devoted to the development of SQWalk, a python package focused to the simulation of quantum walks. The package is built upon the popular QuTiP and Qiskit frameworks and provides students and researchers tools to simulate quantum walkers with a minimal setup effort. The project is completely open-source and available via GitHub, where one can find both the source code and some tutorial notebooks introducing its core functionalities, the package is also available via PyPi.