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Endless list of FREE online learning opportunities for the
Quantum Computing community!
( upcoming events listed below.)

Workforce Skills-Readiness Classifications (Quantum Computing):
(This is a work-in-progress, draft; comments welcome!)
LevelNameType of question(s) an individual is presently asking
000Quantum CuriousWhat is Quantum Computing?
100Quantum ExplorerWhat is a Ket?
200Quantum ClimberHow to do a Controlled-Z 90-degree Rotation?
300Quantum EnabledWhy does Shor's Algorithm utilize Modular Arithmetic?
400Quantum ReadyHow to make my Algorithm Robust to all that Error?
500Quantum ProfessionalHow can I Monetize my Skills?
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(note: The past events (since May 18, 2020) are placed at the far bottom of this page)

Sun, Dec 06
20th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference
Sun., Dec. 06, 2020, 5:00pm-Wed., Dec. 09, 2020, 4:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
Registration is now open for the first-ever AQIS virtual conference AQIS '20 will focus on quantum information processing, communication and cryptography, an interdisciplinary field bridging quantum physics, computer science, mathematics, and information technologies. AQIS'20 will be a natural successor of EQIS'01-EQIS'05 and AQIS'06-AQIS'19. AQIS'20 will consist of invited talks, and selected oral and poster presentations. Contributions are solicited in (but not limited to) the following areas: Quantum computation and simulation, algorithms and complexity Quantum information theory Concepts, methods and tools against decoherence Quantum cryptography Quantum communications experiments and theory Quantum metrology Quantum technologies (optics, NMR, solid state, etc.) Quantum processor and computer design Quantum programming languages and semantics Register online: https://events.humanitix.com/aqis-2020

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Produced by UTS Centre for Quantum Software and Information
Date Updated: 202011230538
Accelerating the Quantum Ecosystem
Sun., Dec. 06, 2020, 11:00pm-Mon., Dec. 07, 2020, 12:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The Sydney Quantum Academy is bringing together some of Sydney and Australia's leaders in the transformative field of quantum. About this Event According to CSIRO, by 2040 Australia's quantum technology industry could generate over $4 billion in revenue and 16,000 new jobs. Sydney and NSW will be at the centre of much of this growth, but how do we fare on the world stage? At this online event introducing the newly established Sydney Quantum Academy, we will explore what makes the Sydney quantum scene so unique and globally significant. Agenda Event opening - The Hon. Stuart Ayres MP, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Introducing the Sydney Quantum Academy - Prof Peter Turner, CEO, Sydney Quantum Academy Panel session: Hosted by Prof Glenn Wightwick Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Technology, Sydney and including panellists: Prof Michael Biercuk - Founding CEO of Q-CTRL and Director of the Quantum Control Laboratory, University of Sydney Prof Gavin Brennen, Director of the Macquarie Centre for Quantum Engineering, Macquarie University Dr Cathy Foley - Chief Scientist, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Prof David Reilly - Director of Microsoft Quantum-Sydney and Professor of Physics, University of Sydney If you are unable to tune in for the live-stream, we will also be recording the event. Please be sure to register so we can send you the link to the recording post-event. About the Sydney Quantum Academy The Sydney Quantum Academy (SQA) supports and promotes a growing quantum technology ecosystem. Working with academia, industry and government, the SQA delivers education and outreach programs designed to create the future workforce of quantum technology leaders, specialists, researchers and entrepreneurs. The SQA is a unique partnership between Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, The University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney - generously supported by the New South Wales Government.

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Produced by Sydney Quantum Academy
Date Updated: 202012011021
Mon, Dec 07
Are quantum neural networks actually relevant?
Mon., Dec. 07, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Presented by Amira Abbas, University of KwaZulu-Natal (note special time) Classical neural networks have proven to be extremely powerful models that learn from data. Proposing a quantum variation of these already-so-successful models requires good reason. As such, researchers have been investigating whether quantum computation can, in any way, aid classical neural networks through higher expressivity or faster trainability. In this talk, we will discuss how to quantify these properties and demonstrate that quantum neural networks can show potential on these fronts, but many open questions remain.

Speaker: Amira Abbas, University of KwaZulu-Natal
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Produced by Portland Quantum Computing Meetup Group
Date Updated: 202012041702
Firing Up the Quantum Future
Mon., Dec. 07, 2020, 10:00pm-Mon., Dec. 07, 2020, 11:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
At this quantum tech event, we have Prof Michael J Biercuk, CEO & Founder of Q-CTRL and one of the world's leading authorities on quantum physics and technology, present a keynote on 'Starting Up the Quantum Future'. Quantum technology, harnessing quantum physics as a resource, promises to be as transformational in the 21st century as harnessing electricity was in the 19th century. In this presentation, Michael will introduce the emerging field of quantum tech and describe how he and colleagues around the world are working to build a greenfield industry. Beginning with an intuitive picture of how quantum technology expands on the technological state-of-the-art, this presentation will inform about the potential and promise of exploiting quantum physics in computing and sensing. Michael will also introduce Q-CTRL, a global quantum tech startup headquartered in Australia, focused on making quantum technologies useful through quantum control engineering. This presentation will conclude with lessons for the deep tech founder seeking to transition from fundamental research to entrepreneurship. Following his presentation, Michael will join a panel discussion on an overview of the global quantum economy and the future of quantum software, as well as why the focus on quantum software when quantum computers are not yet ready. Date: 8 December 2020, Tuesday Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm (Singapore Time, UTC+8) Programme Details: 11:00am - 11:05am: Opening Remarks 11:05am - 11:25am: Keynote Presentation on 'Starting Up the Quantum Future' by Prof Michael J Biercuk, CEO & Founder, Q-CTRL 11:25am - 12:00pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A with: Prof Michael J Biercuk, CEO & Founder, Q-CTRL Dr Joe Fitzsimons, CEO & Founder, Horizon Quantum Computing Dr Ng Hui Khoon, Associate Professor, Yale-NUS College and the Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore Speakers' Profiles: Prof Michael J Biercuk, CEO & Founder, Q-CTRL image Prof Michael J Biercuk is a Professor of Quantum Physics and Quantum Technology at The University of Sydney. He leads a team working to develop advanced technology powered by quantum physics. He is also Chief Investigator of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems. Out of his academic research, Michael saw a gap in the market for a company which made his team's specialist knowledge and capabilities available outside of the lab; he founded Q-CTRL in 2017 with venture capital backing from some of the world's leading investors. Michael completed his Master's and PhD at Harvard University and his undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania. After university, he held a research fellowship in the Ion Storage Group at NIST Boulder under the supervision of 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physics Dr David Wineland. He has also worked as a consultant to the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), helping steer government investments in quantum information and next-generation computer architectures. As one of the world's leading authorities on quantum physics and technology, Michael is a regular contributor to both the technical literature and the popular press. He is a TEDx and South by Southwest (SXSW) speaking alumnus and winner of the 2015 Eureka Prize for Outstanding Early Career Researcher. Dr Ng Hui Khoon, Associate Professor (Physics), Head of Studies, Physical Sciences, Yale-NUS College and the Centre for Quantum Technologies Dr Ng Hui Khoon did her undergraduate in Cornell University, and then completed her PhD (2009) in the group of John Preskill at the California Institute of Technology, on the subject of theoretical quantum information and computation. Upon graduation, she returned to Singapore as a postdoctoral researcher at the DSO National Laboratories of Singapore, spending part of her time at the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) at the National University of Singapore (NUS), within the group of Berge Englert. In 2013, she joined, as an Assistant Professor, the newly founded Yale-NUS College in Singapore, a joint liberal arts and sciences college set up by Yale University and NUS. She has maintained a joint position in CQT, becoming a CQT Fellow in 2019. Her research focuses on theoretical aspects of quantum computation, particularly on noise control, quantum error correction, and fault tolerance. Another productive area of research is in quantum tomography, and lately, noise tomography, drawing on both areas of her expertise. She is currently leading the quantum information and computation efforts within MajuLab, a French CNRS lab situated in Singapore, and maintains collaborations with well-known researchers around the world. Dr Joe Fitzsimons, Chief Executive Officer, Horizon Quantum Computing image Driven by the vision of quantum computing as a revolution in computing technology, Joe quit his tenured faculty position to found Horizon Quantum Computing in 2018. Drawing on over 15 years' experience in quantum computing and computational complexity theory, today he fully dedicates his time to Horizon with the goal of making quantum computing a general purpose computing technology capable of addressing some of the world's most challenging computational problems. Joe received a BSc in Theoretical Physics from University College Dublin and a Doctorate in Philosophy from Oxford, where he went on to become a fellow of Merton College. Prior to founding Horizon, he led the Quantum Information and Theory group at Singapore University of Technology and Design, where he was a tenured associate professor and was a principal investigator at the Centre for Quantum Technologies. He has published at the highest levels in both theoretical computer science (FOCS,STOC, CCC, ITCS) and physics (Science, Nature Physics, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review X), and has been named as a National Research Foundation Fellow and to the MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 Asia list. Topics: Quantum Technologies

Speaker: Michael J Biercuk, CEO & Founder, Q-CTRL
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Produced by SGInnovate
Date Updated: 202011120049
Tue, Dec 08
Quantum Enhanced Imaging research and development is testing the limits of imaging as we currently understand it!
Tue., Dec. 08, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
QLM is a start-up out of the University of Bristol using quantum technology to develop highly accurate, long range, and low-cost infrared LiDAR cameras that can see and measure greenhouse gases. We are working with established leaders in the oil and gas industry to industrialize our designs as continuous and fully automatic leak detection and quantification systems that will help them control their emissions. Presenters: Dr Murray Reed, CEO QLM Technology Ltd Professor Steve Beaumont OBE CEng MIET FRSE FREng, Director of QuantIC - the UK Quantum Technology Hub for Quantum Imaging DATE & TIME Tuesday 8 December 2020 2:00pm GMT END DATE & TIME Tuesday 8 December 2020 3:00pm GMT PRICE Free to register EVENT LINK https://www.theiet.org/impact-society/technical-webinars/ REGISTRATION AT: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=reg20.jsp&referrer=&eventid=2756054&sessionid=1&key=6489245DE0522F7ADD6CC859B30A526A

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Produced by IET
Date Updated: 202011241213
Wed, Dec 09
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 09, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111858
Bernstein-Vazirani Algorithm
Wed., Dec. 09, 2020, 5:00pm-6:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
In our last meetup we went through phase kickback and spent a lot of time working through circuit calculations. Our next meetup will have a similar format as we tackle the Bernstein-Vazirani algorithm. Once again we'll use the Qiskit textbook as our guide. Feel free to read before we meet: https://qiskit.org/textbook/ch-algorithms/bernstein-vazirani.html

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Produced by Quantum Computing Meetup Group
Date Updated: 202012042138
Thu, Dec 10
The CHSH Game - an insight into Bell's Inequality
Thu., Dec. 10, 2020, 3:00am-4:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
The CHSH Game In 1935, when Einstein authored his EPR Paradox paper in conjunction with Podolsky and Rosen (hence the appellation EPR) he was essentially stating that Quantum Entanglement -Spooky action at a distance which he was later to call it- did not exist. Einstein postulated that there was nothing 'spooky' going on and that it was just like saying if you separated a pair of boots and revealed that the boot in front of you was left, then you immediately knew that the distant one was a right boot! Essentially, Einstein said that there was a 'Hidden Variable' within every particle that science had just not discovered at that time. The science community happily accepted Einstein's explanation as it was nowhere near understanding this perplexing phenomenon. But Einstein was wrong! It took 30 years and a Northern Irish professor -John Bell- to, mathematically, prove Einstein wrong. His proof has come to be known as 'Bell's Inequality' and the CHSH Game is an intuitive way to understand the inequality. The CHSH game looks like a magic trick for which there is no explanation yet it works every time! In this presentation, Eamonn Darcy the Founder/Operator of QUECWA -The Quantum Education Centre of Western Australia provides a description of the CHSH game -a hypothetical Bell test experiment. The players of this game can use either classical strategies (corresponding to local hidden variable theories) or quantum strategies, which involve measurements of a shared entangled bit. No matter what strategy you come up with, classically, the chances of you winning the game can never be greater than 75% whereas exploiting the enigmatic, spooky force of quantum entanglement you will regularly win 85% of the time. Come and play the CHSH game - 7:00pm Thursday 10th December 2020 Quantum Computing Australia -Meet Up Group and/or Quantumapalooza.com

Speaker: Eamonn Darcy, Founder/Operator of QUECWA -The Quantum Education Centre of Western Australia
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Produced by Quantum Computing Australia
Date Updated: 202011301523
The UK Quantum Landscape - Learnings and opportunities from the UK Quantum Landscape.
Thu., Dec. 10, 2020, 9:00am-11:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The Quantum Technology Innovation Network recently completed mapping the UK quantum landscape in the form of a free, open, interactive and searchable directory. This outstanding tool provides a list of businesses; public funding; research and capabilities; and national research and training centres. Since its launch at the UK National Quantum Technology Showcase, the map has attracted more than 300 active users and several hundreds of views. This webinar will present highlights from the map and provide some tips to navigate it. We also invite you to join a panel discussion with key figures of the UK National Quantum Technology Programme to reflect on the current status of quantum in the UK and its future opportunities. The webinar is intended for the quantum community as well as a general audience with an interest in quantum technologies. Agenda 14:00-14:15 - Welcome & Introduction to the Landscape Map | Dr. Najwa Sidqi, KTN 14:15-14:30 - Open Q&A session 14:30-15:30 - Panel discussion | Panel TBC 15:30-15:50 - Panel Q&A 15:50-16:00 - Closing remarks & End About the Quantum Technologies Innovation Network The Quantum Technologies Innovation Network will help to maximise the return from the UK Government's 350m investment over 5 years to commercialise quantum technology. The group is a delivery partner in the Quantum Programme and supports and connects researchers, technology developers and users to link markets and suppliers to create a self-sustaining and profitable world-class UK quantum technology sector. Sign up here to join this community for exclusive news and events.

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Produced by KTN
Date Updated: 202011271300
Quantum Technology's impact on V2X security
Thu., Dec. 10, 2020, 10:00am-10:40am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Quantum-Safe / December 10 2020 Date & time: December 10, 2020 4:00 PM - 4:40 PM CET Automobiles have increased the number of in-vehicle systems that use or require over-the-air (OTA) communication to provide the best services to the consumer. And the automotive industry is looking to generate new revenues from OTA services, making V2X security a top priority. Quantum technology enhanced security provides differentiated products with the highest level of trust for V2X. ID Quantique's Quantis QRNG chip IDQ6MC1 has been specifically developed for applications where resistance to external environmental perturbations are critical. It has obtained AEC-Q100 certification, demonstrating it can reliably be embedded in any security system of a connected car to ensure trusted and secured in-vehicle and V2X communications. Sign up for this webinar to learn more about how to use QRNG to make vehicles safe in the quantum age.

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Produced by IDQ
Date Updated: 202011281405
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 10, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111858
Fri, Dec 11
A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond (6/7) Quantum variational algorithms and quantum machine learning
Fri., Dec. 11, 2020, 4:30am-6:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
https://home.cern/news/announcement/computing/online-introductory-lectures-quantum-computing-6-november General description of the course Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multi-qubit systems (Deutsch-Jozsa, Grover, Shor..). We will also cover some of the most recent applications of quantum computing in the fields of optimization and simulation (with special emphasis on the use of quantum annealing, the quantum approximate optimization algorithm and the variational quantum eigensolver) and quantum machine learning (for instance, through the use of quantum support vector machines and quantum variational classifiers). We will also give examples of how these techniques can be used in chemistry simulations and high energy physics problems. The focus of the course will be on the practical aspects of quantum computing and on the implementation of algorithms in quantum simulators and actual quantum computers (as the ones available on the IBM Quantum Experience and D-Wave Leap). No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required and, from the mathematical point of view, only a good command of basic linear algebra is assumed. Some familiarity with the python programming language would be helpful, but is not required either. ==== Lecture 6: Quantum variational algorithms and quantum machine learning Variational Quantum Eigensolver. Introduction to Quantum Machine Learning (QSVM, QGAN, Quantum Classifiers...) === Biography of the speaker El?as F. Combarro holds degrees from the University of Oviedo (Spain) in both Mathematics (1997, award for second highest grades in the country) and Computer Science (2002, award for highest grades in the country). After some research stays at the Novosibirsk State University (Russia), he obtained a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Oviedo, 2001) with a dissertation on the properties of some computable predicates under the supervision of Prof. Andrey Morozov. Since 2009, El?as F. Combarro has been an associate professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo. He has published more than 50 research papers in international journals on topics such as Computability Theory, Machine Learning, Fuzzy Measures and Computational Algebra. His current research focuses on the application Quantum Computing to algebraic, optimization and machine learning problems. From July 2020 he has been a Cooperation Associate at CERN openlab. A series of weekly lectures on the basics of quantum computing will be broadcast via webcast starting 6 November 2020 at 10.30 a.m. CET. New lectures will be broadcast each Friday of the next seven weeks. The talks will focus on the practical aspects of quantum computing and are organised by CERN openlab and the CERN Quantum Technology Initiative. They will be given by Elias Fernandez-Combarro Alvarez, an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Oviedo in Spain since 2009 and a cooperation associate at CERN since earlier this year. Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. This course introduces basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding, etc.), as well as those that require multi-qubit systems (Deutsch-Jozsa, Grover, Shor, etc.). Some of the most recent applications of quantum computing in the fields of optimisation and simulation will be addressed (with special emphasis on the use of quantum annealing, the quantum approximate optimisation algorithm and the variational quantum eigensolver) along with quantum machine learning (for instance, through the use of quantum support vector machines and quantum variational classifiers). Examples of how these techniques can be used in chemistry simulations and high-energy physics problems will also be provided. Beyond the practical aspects of quantum computing, the course will cover the implementation of algorithms in quantum simulators and actual quantum computers (such as the ones available through the IBM Quantum Experience and D-Wave Leap). No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required and only a good command of basic linear algebra is necessary. Some familiarity with the Python programming language would be helpful, but is also not required. Individual links to each lecture are provided below. Lecture 1/7, Friday 6 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970903/ Lecture 2/7, Friday 13 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970904/ Lecture 3/7, Friday 20 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970905/ Lecture 4/7, Friday 27 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970906/ Lecture 5/7, Friday 4 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970907/ Lecture 6/7, Friday 11 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970908/ Lecture 7/7, Friday 18 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970909/

Speaker: El?as F. Combarro, University of Oviedo
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Produced by CERN Quantum Technology Initiative
Date Updated: 202011071430
QuiX 12-Mode Quantum Photonic Processor
Fri., Dec. 11, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
QuiX is proud to present its latest product: a 12-mode quantum photonic processor. This device allows arbitrary optical transformations between up to 12 optical modes for both quantum and classical information processing applications. This processor will be unveiled at webinar on 11 December at 15:00 CET. I think that this webinar would be of interest to you, based on you visit to Inside Quantum Technology last October. Follow this link to register or use the QR code below. https://zoom.us/j/94133241230?pwd=L3F5QzFHejFmTzhaUFlHMVpQdDVJUT09 If you are interested in occasional news from QuiX, please register for our newsletter here. QuiX photonic processors offer large-scale, low-loss, universal optical interference for quantum information processing for quantum and classical information processing applications. Our processors are based on the TriPleX waveguide platform. Our processors are plug and play, low-loss and fully reconfigurable.

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Produced by QuiX
Date Updated: 202011121504
Mon, Dec 14
WIQ Summit 14-16 December
Mon., Dec. 14, 2020, 9:00am-Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 5:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
We announce our 3rd WIQ summit on December 14th - 16th sponsored by IonQ. We are still finalizing the speakers but as always it will be awesome and free, so please spread the news and reserve your spot here

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Produced by Women in Quantum
Date Updated: 202011021651
How to get most of NISQ computers with Qiskit
Mon., Dec. 14, 2020, 12:00pm-1:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Episode XXIII of Warsaw Quantum Computing Group, this time on 14.12.2020, at 18:00 CET. We will continue education on Qiskit and our lecturer will be Tomasz Stopa from IBM, he will give a talk "How to get most of NISQ computers with Qiskit". If you are interested, please register by 13.12 EOD using the form: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/4/d/e/1FAIpQLScIsEK_HO6x9hfzV-0MJzBAv7nPRIx4ZJbc_TB1zUjimmWdQw/viewform. This online-only meeting is organized by the Quantum AI Foundation. More information: https://www.qaif.org.pl/events/warsaw-quantum-computing-group/next-meeting.

Speaker: Tomasz Stopa, IBM
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Produced by Quantum AI Foundation
Date Updated: 202012051912
Tue, Dec 15
Quantum Computing and High Performance Computing 3rd edition
Tue., Dec. 15, 2020, 3:00am-12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
Description The aim of the workshop is to bring together active and interested people in Quantum Computation as a near future perspective for High Performance Computing. Participants are expected to come from different Italian Universities and Research Institutes in different fields (Physics, Information Theory, Mathematics, Engineering, Data Science, ...) as well as from Companies (Quantum Technology, Information Technology, Consulting, Energy, ...). Skills This is an update of the state of the art of Quantum Computing science. Target audience: Everyone interested in Quantum Computing and its application to science. Pre-requisites: A minimum knowledge about Quantum Computing. A scientific degree is reccomended. Additional info The workshop will be held in English through the platform Microsoft Stream.. The workshop is free of charge but reservation is mandatory through this website. Are you a scientist and want to share the results of your work with us? Send an email by 11/20/2020 to d.ottaviani@cineca.it with the title and abstract of your speech. If you will be selected you will receive news from us starting from 01/12/2020, where we will notify you the duration and allocation for your intervention. Organizers: Daniele Ottaviani (CINECA) , Enrico Prati (CNR) AGENDA: TBA Area: HPC - Languages Other Science Techniques

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Produced by Cineca Academy, Italy
Date Updated: 202011160912
Photonics for...Quantum Applications
Tue., Dec. 15, 2020, 5:00am-7:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Photonics is an underpinning technology with application in a wide range of end-use sectors. Photonics is a key enabler across industrial challenges from the digital economy to autonomous transport, provides innovative healthcare technologies for rapid disease detection, and is essential for Industry 4.0. The 'Photonics for ' webinar series, in partnership with Hamamatsu Photonics and the Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics, will look at photonics technologies in a variety of sectors and applications. Speakers from industry and academia will highlight the latest developments and KTN will provide an overview of the landscape and funding opportunities for each area. The series is aimed at companies and researchers developing photonics technology, and at end-users looking to solve challenges and to produce innovative products and services. Its main aim is to bring together photonics specialists with end-users, therefore there will be bookable one-to-one online meetings running across the whole series to support collaboration. You can register below for one or more of our upcoming events: 1st September - Photonics for Environmental Monitoring 29th September - Photonics for Manufacture 27th October - Photonics for Security and Defence 24th November - Photonics for Agri-Food 15th December - Photonics for Quantum Applications 26th January - Photonics for Water Industry Challenges

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Produced by KTN
Date Updated: 202011271304
The (UK) National Quantum Computing Centre: Quantum algorithms, applications and advantage
Tue., Dec. 15, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The National Quantum Computing Centre: Quantum algorithms, applications and advantage Live Webinar In this webinar building on the prior series webinar from the Quantum Computing and Simulation Hub, the National Quantum Computing Centre will be introduced with an overview of its strategy and purpose. The Centre design and technical roadmap will be described in brief with the main focus of the talk around emerging applications and use case development given market deployment of quantum computing in the UK. In anticipation of application impact the uptake and challenges of creating a 'Quantum Ready' economy will be described. Case studies in mechanical engineering, materials science and financial services will be reviewed. Dr Michael Cuthbert Dr Michael Cuthbert Dr Cuthbert joined the National Quantum Computing Centre as its Interim Director in June 2020. He has a background in cryogenics, superconducting materials and solid state physics research before joining Oxford Instruments in 1998. He has held a number of technical and commercial leadership roles with Oxford Instruments over the past 22 years in Japan, the US and the UK, most recently as Head of Quantum Technologies across the Oxford Instruments Group. He is a member of the Institute of Physics and sits on several advisory panels including the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme Strategic Advisory Board.

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Produced by IET
Date Updated: 202010091336
INTRODUCTION TO ROBUST CONTROL
Tue., Dec. 15, 2020, 4:00pm-5:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Register to join us for a webinar introducing robust control, from the team at Q-CTRL. The webinar will dive into the topic of robust quantum control, providing an introduction to the practical hardware challenges facing quantum computing today and a discussion of how robust control can help address them. The webinar will include a coding tutorial with BOULDER OPAL demonstrating how to improve the performance of a cloud quantum computer. SESSION INFORMATION 15 December 2020, 4pm EDT New York 1pm PDT Los Angeles, 9pm BST London

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Date Updated: 202011201216
Fireside Chat
Tue., Dec. 15, 2020, 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Speaker: Chris Ferrie, Associate Professor | University of Technology Sydney
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Produced by University of Waterloo
Date Updated: 202011101255
Wed, Dec 16
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111859
Quantum Computing insight from Michele Mosca
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Details A great chance to hear from a leading quantum thinker. More details here: https://medium.com/quantum-london/quantum-computing-insight-from-michele-mosca-783e04c33a80?sk=9b461fcc4631e54f725309200ad236ba Demio login details will be added here

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Produced by Quantum London - defining the business value of Quantum
Date Updated: 202011301825
MIDDLEWARE: THE QUANTUM COMPUTING DIFFERENTIATOR
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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As COVID-19 rages on throughout the world, more people are seeing the value quantum computing can provide once the technology matures. An integral piece of quantum computing's success is the middleware bridging existing code and algorithms to the new logical circuitry being established that sits on top of the quantum circuits. This integration and abstraction will allow the technology to process complex algorithms to provide the outcomes the hardware enables. Middleware is more readily available because it is less of an investment, and many middleware startups exist in the quantum computing space. As a result, alliance and acquisition activity should heat up first in the middleware space as hardware and services vendors scoop up software assets to differentiate. Join Stephanie Long and Geoff Woollacott for a discussion about the current middleware ecosystem for quantum computing and their predictions on how the space will evolve over the next five years. Don't miss: How COVID-19 has accelerated interest in quantum computing What the quantum computing landscape will look like in 2025 Key middleware vendors and what types of moves make sense for M&A and alliance activity TBR webinars are held typically on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET and include a 15-minute Q&A session following the main presentation. Previous webinars can be viewed anytime on TBR's Webinar Portal. For additional information or to arrange a briefing with our analysts, please contact TBR at webinars@tbri.com.

Speaker: Geoff Woollacott, Principal Analyst and Senior Strategy Consultant
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Produced by Technology Business Research, Inc
Date Updated: 202011030117
Quantum Machines Seminar by Dalziel Wilson on Optomechanical sensors as probes for new physics
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 7:00pm-8:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Quantum Machines Unit - Zoom Seminar open to OIST Optomechanical sensors as probes for new physics Mechanical systems with increasingly large size are reaching the quantum limit, dovetailing advances in dissipation engineering and cryogenic cavity optomechanics. As we enter the age of quantum technology, an important question is to what extent such macroscopic quantum systems can play a role. I'll discuss one perspective that envisions quantum-limited optomechanical sensors as probes for new physics, highlighting as an example a set of recent proposals for optomechanical dark matter detection. In this context, our lab is developing a new generation of ultra-sensitive optomechanical accelerometers based on centimeter-scale silicon nitride membranes. References: [1] Manley et. al., "Searching for scalar dark matter with compact mechanical resonators," PRL124.15 (2020): 151301. [2] Manley et. al., "Searching for vector dark matter with an optomechanical accelerometer,", arXiv:2007.04899 (2020) [3] Carney et. al., "Mechanical quantum sensing in the search for dark matter," arXiv:2008.06074 Biography Dalziel Wilson is an assistant professor of physics and optical sciences at the University of Arizona. His work in cavity optomechanics, spanning a decade, includes seminal demonstrations of radiation pressure feedback cooling, quantum-limited position measurement, optomechanical light squeezing, membrane-based cavity optomechanics, and ultra-high-Q nanomechanics. Previously, he was a scientist at IBM Research-Zurich, a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at EPFL, and a Ph.D. student at Caltech. Registration Attendees must register here to attend the zoom meeting. Note this meeting will not be recorded. This seminar is hosted by Prof Jason Twamley.

Speaker: Dalziel Wilson
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Produced by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Quantum Machines Seminar
Date Updated: 202011120102
Thu, Dec 17
Qusoft Lustrum Business & Society day
Thu., Dec. 17, 2020, 5:00am-9:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Researchers in the Netherlands are working on Quantum technologies. But what about companies? Discover what's happening in the Quantum ecosystem of the Netherlands, how government and industry can work together, and about the importance of legal preparations. Learn why it's important to start your Quantum journey and who can help you. Ask the experts in the field of Quantum and get connected. December 17th 2020, during Qusoft's Lustrum month, the Quantum business and society day will present you the following. 11:00 - 11:05 Opening 11:05 - 11:20 The Quantum Delta NL by Freeke Heijman 11:20 - 11:35 Quantum.Amsterdam by Christian Schaffner 11:35 - 12:00 Panel about Quantum.Amsterdam & Quantum Delta NL 12:00 - 12:30 Discussion room about Ethical Legal & Social Aspects 13:30 - 13:45 Quantum and Finance by Adil Acun (ING) 13:34 - 14:00 Quantum and Security by Maran van Heesch (TNO) 14:00 - 14:15 Quantum for Business and Society by Frederik Kerling (Atos) 14:15 - 14:30 Panel about Finance, Security and Business Registration via the Qusoft website https://www.qusoft.org/lustrum

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Produced by Quantum.Amsterdam
Date Updated: 202012051348
How to entangle academia and industry in quantum messiness?
Thu., Dec. 17, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Our second event will be more in the form of a panel because we have 2 guests. Quantum information technologies are seeing an accelerated pace of development in recent years where scientific results in academia are beginning to get translated into viable commercial solutions. As exemplified by the groundbreaking quantum supremacy results by Google in 2019, multiple companies and startups are building a quantum technology ecosystem starting from machine hardware all the way to making these machines available on the cloud. In this panel, we will discuss current progress in the development of quantum hardware in academia, and challenges in scaling up towards practical applications. We will also discuss opportunities in the global quantum technology ecosystem and how Serbian computer scientists, engineers and physicists can contribute to this exciting new tech. Our panelists bio: Marina Radula?ki is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, Davis and the head of the Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory. Her academic training includes a Ph.D. in applied physics and postdoctoral training in electrical engineering at Stanford University, as well as two undergraduate degrees in physics and computer science at the University of Belgrade and Union University in Serbia. Prof. Radulaski's international experience in quantum and solid-state physics research was obtained at Stanford University, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Hewlett-Packard Labs, Oxford University, the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information in Vienna, Helmholtz Center Berlin, the Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Science, and the Institute of Physics Belgrade. She was selected among the Rising Stars in EECS in 2017 and named 30-Under-30 Up and Coming Physicists by the Scientific American in 2012. Ognjen Markovi? is a 6th year Ph.D. student in the Schleier-Smith lab at Stanford University working on a cold-atom quantum simulation platform. He obtained his B.A. and M.Sci. degrees in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, while getting experience at research center DESY in Germany and Weizmann Institute in Israel. He is particularly excited by how we can use the quantum machines we build in the near term to tackle some very hard problems. When he is not troubleshooting devices in the lab, he likes to cycle around the Bay Area and play his bass guitar. All applicants will be able to attend the panel via the zoom application, the link will be available just before the event. We are looking forward to a new online gathering.

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Produced by Quantum Serbia
Date Updated: 202011301537
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 17, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111900
Fri, Dec 18
A practical introduction to quantum computing: from qubits to quantum machine learning and beyond (7/7) The future of quantum computing
Fri., Dec. 18, 2020, 4:30am-6:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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https://home.cern/news/announcement/computing/online-introductory-lectures-quantum-computing-6-november General description of the course Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. In this course, we will introduce from scratch the basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and use them to study some of the most important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding...) as well as those that require multi-qubit systems (Deutsch-Jozsa, Grover, Shor..). We will also cover some of the most recent applications of quantum computing in the fields of optimization and simulation (with special emphasis on the use of quantum annealing, the quantum approximate optimization algorithm and the variational quantum eigensolver) and quantum machine learning (for instance, through the use of quantum support vector machines and quantum variational classifiers). We will also give examples of how these techniques can be used in chemistry simulations and high energy physics problems. The focus of the course will be on the practical aspects of quantum computing and on the implementation of algorithms in quantum simulators and actual quantum computers (as the ones available on the IBM Quantum Experience and D-Wave Leap). No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required and, from the mathematical point of view, only a good command of basic linear algebra is assumed. Some familiarity with the python programming language would be helpful, but is not required either. ==== Lecture 7: The future of quantum computing Quantum error correction. What is Quantum Supremacy? Prospects for quantum computing. === Biography of the speaker El?as F. Combarro holds degrees from the University of Oviedo (Spain) in both Mathematics (1997, award for second highest grades in the country) and Computer Science (2002, award for highest grades in the country). After some research stays at the Novosibirsk State University (Russia), he obtained a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Oviedo, 2001) with a dissertation on the properties of some computable predicates under the supervision of Prof. Andrey Morozov. Since 2009, El?as F. Combarro has been an associate professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo. He has published more than 50 research papers in international journals on topics such as Computability Theory, Machine Learning, Fuzzy Measures and Computational Algebra. His current research focuses on the application Quantum Computing to algebraic, optimization and machine learning problems. From July 2020 he has been a Cooperation Associate at CERN openlab. From the same A series of weekly lectures on the basics of quantum computing will be broadcast via webcast starting 6 November 2020 at 10.30 a.m. CET. New lectures will be broadcast each Friday of the next seven weeks. The talks will focus on the practical aspects of quantum computing and are organised by CERN openlab and the CERN Quantum Technology Initiative. They will be given by Elias Fernandez-Combarro Alvarez, an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Oviedo in Spain since 2009 and a cooperation associate at CERN since earlier this year. Quantum computing is one the most promising new trends in information processing. This course introduces basic concepts of the quantum circuit model (qubits, gates and measures) and important quantum algorithms and protocols, including those that can be implemented with a few qubits (BB84, quantum teleportation, superdense coding, etc.), as well as those that require multi-qubit systems (Deutsch-Jozsa, Grover, Shor, etc.). Some of the most recent applications of quantum computing in the fields of optimisation and simulation will be addressed (with special emphasis on the use of quantum annealing, the quantum approximate optimisation algorithm and the variational quantum eigensolver) along with quantum machine learning (for instance, through the use of quantum support vector machines and quantum variational classifiers). Examples of how these techniques can be used in chemistry simulations and high-energy physics problems will also be provided. Beyond the practical aspects of quantum computing, the course will cover the implementation of algorithms in quantum simulators and actual quantum computers (such as the ones available through the IBM Quantum Experience and D-Wave Leap). No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required and only a good command of basic linear algebra is necessary. Some familiarity with the Python programming language would be helpful, but is also not required. Individual links to each lecture are provided below. Lecture 1/7, Friday 6 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970903/ Lecture 2/7, Friday 13 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970904/ Lecture 3/7, Friday 20 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970905/ Lecture 4/7, Friday 27 November: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970906/ Lecture 5/7, Friday 4 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970907/ Lecture 6/7, Friday 11 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970908/ Lecture 7/7, Friday 18 December: https://indico.cern.ch/event/970909/

Speaker: El?as F. Combarro, University of Oviedo
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Produced by CERN Quantum Technology Initiative
Date Updated: 202011071430
Mon, Dec 21
TBD: Joseph Broz, UC Berkeley
Mon., Dec. 21, 2020, 7:00pm-9:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Produced by Portland Quantum Computing Meetup Group
Date Updated: 202010162028
Wed, Dec 23
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 23, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111900
Thu, Dec 24
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 24, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111901
Wed, Dec 30
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 30, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111902
Thu, Dec 31
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 31, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
What? Shor's Algorithm watch party? What does that mean ? We've been learning about Quantum Cryptography the entire month of August and now we are on to CoCreation.(https://quantumcomputingindia.com/cryptography-august) What is CoCreation? Its a process through which a community learns. Hackathon/HackSeries sounds very brittle as a hack is never a sustainable solution. Who can attend? Anyone interested in contributing to #BreakRSA project. We start with understanding the Shor's algorithm then do a comparative study of its implementations across platforms then find ways to optimise the parameters under our control. When? 10-11 PM IST on Zoom - 8 & 9 September - 2020 Agenda: 1) 10-11 PM - 1 hour of the video by Qiskit Qummer School 2) 11-11:15 PM - Note Comparison RSVP here: https://forms.gle/8BqgGqwjsPpprG2R9 Come with popcorn & your fav note taking tool! See you all at 10PM today! Thank You!

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Produced by Quanutm Computing India
Date Updated: 202009111902
Tue, Jan 12
Patent protection for quantum technologies - insights from Venner Shipley
Tue., Jan. 12, 2021, 1:00pm-2:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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A fantastic first event of 2021. Paolo and Em will be talking with James Tumbridge and James Varley of Venner Shipley. James and James will share insight into what can be patented and how and when to do it. They will cover quantum computing related hardware, software and algorithms as well as other quantum technologies. Further details here: https://medium.com/quantum-london/patent-protection-for-quantum-technologies-fb674b7242a8?sk=21a70ee19bee1d91862306ae5bcd908b Webinar link will be added here nearer the event

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Produced by London Quantum Computing Meetup
Date Updated: 202012051340
Fri, Jan 15
YQI Webinar - Shruti Puri
Fri., Jan. 15, 2021, 12:00pm-1:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Speaker: Shruti Puri
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Produced by Yale Quantum Institute
Date Updated: 202012051353
Thu, Jan 21
Introduction of Quantum hardware & software
Thu., Jan. 21, 2021, 10:00am-11:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
https://www.quantum.amsterdam/events/quantum-amsterdam-meetup-introduction-of-quantum-hardware-software/ What does is take to build a Quantum computer? and what does it take to create software for a Quantum computer? Listen to experts in the field of Quantum hardware and software. Confirmed speakers: - Richard Versluis (https://qutech.nl/person/richard-versluis/) System architect of Quantum Inspire, Europe's first public online quantum computing platform. - Stacey Jeffrey (https://www.qusoft.org/dr-stacey-jeffery/) Senior Researcher at CWI in Cryptography in a quantum world and Quantum algorithms.

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Produced by Quanutm.Amsterdam
Date Updated: 202012051346
Thu, Feb 18
Quantum society & workforce roundtable
Thu., Feb. 18, 2021, 9:30am-11:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
2x 45 minute round table discussions. Topics. 1. Quantum society 2. Quantum workforce

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Produced by Quantum.Amsterdam
Date Updated: 202012051351

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