The second workshop of project QuantHEP – Quantum Computing Solutions for High-Energy Physics will take place on 18-19 May 2020, online.
The Physics of Information and Quantum Technologies Group is involved in the launching and organization of the new Mathematics, Physics, and Machine Learning Seminar (MPML), aiming at exploring the connections between these fields, namely discussing Mathematics- and Physics-inspired techniques for Machine Learning, as well as, reciprocally, applying Machine Learning to problems in Mathematics and Physics.
To receive the announcements of the MPML Seminar (including the link for each session), register here.
The first session will take place on 14 May 2020. The programme of the MPML Seminar is available here.
For more information regarding quantum computation and quantum machine learning in particular, contact: Yasser Omar.
Article on "Covering Problems and Core Percolations on Hypergraphs" to appear in Physical Review Letters on the arXiv
The article on Covering Problems and Core Percolations on Hypergraphs, by B. C. Coutinho, A. Wu, H.-J. Zhou, and Y.-Y. Liu, has been accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters.
The article on Structural Vulnerability of Quantum Networks, by A.-K. Wu, L. Tian, B. C. Coutinho, Y. Omar, and Y.-Y. Liu, has been accepted for publication in Physical Review A.
A recent report of the United States Department of Energy “Quantum for Fusion, Fusion for Quantum” has highlighted several opportunities for scientific discovery and technology advances at the interface of quantum computing and quantum technologies with fusion and plasma physics.
With the goal of fostering and promoting the dialogue across these two areas and to promote the interdisciplinary interaction between the researchers working in these fields, the Group of Lasers and Plasmas at IPFN, and the Physics of Information and Quantum Technologies Group at IT will host a series of monthly discussion sessions on Quantum for Plasmas & Plasmas for Quantum (QPPQ).
Everyone is welcome to attend. Each session will include a summary or review talk of 30 minutes followed by a discussion of 30 minutes. The discussion sessions will run once per month, and will be hosted by Yasser Omar and Luis O. Silva.
27 March 2020, 14:00
Nuno Loureiro, MIT
The DOE Report: a personal vision
Zoom videoconference: link distributed on 27 March 2020 to e-mails registered here
30 April 2020
Yasser Omar, DM/IST & IT
A brief introduction to Quantum Computation and Quantum Simulation
28 May 2020
Ricardo Fonseca, ISCTE-IUL & GoLP/IPFN/IST
26 June 2020
Duarte Magano, IST & IT
Introduction to Quantum Algorithms
Due to the corona virus pandemic, the International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing (QCMC) has been moved to 5-9 July 2021. Learn more about QCMC 2021 at: www.qcmc2021.org
The nominations for the International Quantum Award for outstanding achievements in quantum science research are open until Friday 10 April 2020. For more information, see: www.qcmc2021.org/awards.html