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( 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?
This table is a WIP, send your improvement ideas to quantum@HarrisburgU.edu
Quantum Recorded-Channel of the Week:
Harrisburg Quantum
Professionals:
Oct. 12-16, (Online, w/Fee)

(note: The past events (since May 18, 2020) are placed at the far bottom of this page)

Wed, Sep 23
Quantum Week of Fun 21-25 Sep., 2020
Mon., Sep. 21, 2020, 7:00am-Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 2:50pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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********* NOTE THERE ARE FIVE SEPERATE SCHEDULES FOR THIS EVENT(S); dig into the details for what day you are interested in and try to navigate the times and the different links DO THIS WELL BEFORE YOU WANT TO JOIN ****************** SUGGEST USING THE INFORMATION LINK AND THE LIVESTEAM LINK AS YOUR GOTO ******************** From the 21st to 25th of September, Cambridge Quantum Computing will be hosting the Quantum Week of Fun. This week-long virtual event will provide a forum for scientists, academics, industry professionals, and quantum enthusiasts to share the latest quantum discoveries and discuss all things quantum. There will be 4 workshops taking part throughout the week: Monday 21 September : 2nd International Conference on Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP) Tuesday 22 September : The Day of Quantum Algorithms (QuAlg) Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 September : The 4th International Workshop on Quantum Compilation (IWQC20) Thursday 24 and Friday 25 September : The 1st Workshop on Quantum Computing for Quantum Chemistry (QCxQC) It will be fun. ***********MANY PAGES OF DESCRIPTIONS ARE ON THEIR PAGE LINKS *******************

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Produced by Cambridge Quantum Computing
Date Updated: 202009201146
4th International Workshop on Quantum Compilation 23-24 September 2020
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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About the workshop https://quantumweek2020.cambridgequantum.com/qalgs.html Part of the Quantum Week of Fun Submit your papers via Easychair About the workshop The workshop aims to bring together researchers from quantum computing, electronic design automation, and compiler construction. Open questions that we anticipate this group to tackle include new methods for circuit synthesis and optimization, optimizations and rewriting, techniques for verifying the correctness of quantum programs, and new techniques for compiling efficient circuits and protocols regarding fault-tolerant and architecture constraints. The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to, current hot topics in quantum circuit design such as space-optimizing compilers for reversible circuits design-space exploration for automatic code generation from classical HDL specification quantum programming languages reversible logic synthesis technology-aware mapping error correction optimized libraries (e.g., for arithmetic and Hamiltonian simulation) benchmarking of circuits for small and medium scale quantum computers quantum and reversible circuit peep-holing and (re)synthesis software and tools for all above mentioned topics quantum outreach: coding contests, tutorials, education Invited Speakers Eleanor Rieffel, Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (QuAIL) NASA Ames Research Center Margaret Martonosi, Quantum computer architecture and programming languages research group (QArch), Princeton University Important dates 14 August 2020 (anywhere-on-earth) Submission of abstract 31 August 2020 Notification of decisions 23 and 24 September 2020 Workshop Instructions for authors The main purpose of the workshop is to exchange recent ideas and reserch in the area of quantum compilation. The workshop has no formal proceedings. Authors are invited to submit an abstract or a paper, with no restrictions on the format. Submission of tool and case-study papers are highly encouraged. In case of a positive evaluation, submissions are accepted either as oral or poster presentation to be part of the workshop program. All abstracts and papers are distributed only among the participants. Please submit your papers through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iwqc20 Registration Registration will be handled through via Quantum Week of Fun. Sponsorship Please contact Catie Isham if you would like to sponsor the Quantum Week of Fun. Organisers Programme Committee Ross Duncan, Cambridge Quantum Computing and University of Strathclyde, ross.duncan@cambridgequantum.com Thomas Häner, Microsoft, thomas.haner@microsoft.com Aleks Kissinger, University of Oxford, Aleks.kissinger@cs.ox.ac.uk Neil J. Ross, Dalhousie University, neil.jr.ross@gmail.com Mathias Soeken, Microsoft and EPFL, mathias.soeken@epfl.ch The local organisers are listed here. Previous Editions 2019 3rd International Workshop on Quantum Compilation Westminster, CO, USA 2018 2nd International Workshop on Quantum Compilation San Diego, CA, USA 2017 First Workshop on Design Automation for Quantum Computing Irvine, CA, USA

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Produced by Cambridge Quantum Computing
https://ibm.biz/BdqpAd the session will be delivered in Hebrew About Speaker: Avi Vizel, IBM Developer Advocate, has started his journey at IBM in 1994 and served in various positions such as Project Manager, and Development Team Leader. As IBM Cloud Evangelist Avi is closely involved with the global developer ecosystem, helps develop technical sessions for the IBM Alpha Zone accelerator program and works closely with the startups ecosystem. -->
Quantum computing fundamentals
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 4:00am-5:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Quantum computing could spur the development of new breakthroughs in data science, medicine, materials, and finance, but what exactly is quantum computing, and what does it take to achieve these quantum breakthroughs? In this workshop, you will learn quantum fundamentals and access to IBM's Quantum Servers. You will also get a hands-on experience on QISKIT framework, the open-source, full-stack quantum software framework, using Jupyter notebooks on IBM Cloud. Prior to the event, open your free IBM Cloud account here --> https://ibm.biz/BdqpAd the session will be delivered in Hebrew About Speaker: Avi Vizel, IBM Developer Advocate, has started his journey at IBM in 1994 and served in various positions such as Project Manager, and Development Team Leader. As IBM Cloud Evangelist Avi is closely involved with the global developer ecosystem, helps develop technical sessions for the IBM Alpha Zone accelerator program and works closely with the startups ecosystem.

Speaker: Avi Vizel, IBM Developer Advocate
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Produced by Startup & Developer - IBM Israel
Date Updated: 202009221140
blueqat online summit india 2020
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 5:30am-9:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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let's learn quantum computing with a lot of tutorials and explains.

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Qiskit Coder Meetup UK
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
An open virtual meetup for for developers, coders, and computer scientists located in the UK who are interested in learning Qiskit. About this Event The Qiskit Coder meetup is an open virtual gathering for developers, coders, and computer scientists located in the UK interested in learning about quantum computing's potential and ways to get involved with the Qiskit open-source software. This one-hour networking and learning opportunity will begin with an introduction to quantum computation, plus events and career development opportunities that coders can get involved in. A Qiskit tutorial will follow, with a demonstration of programming on a real quantum computer with a focus on superposition and entanglement. And of course, you'll have the chance to meet other coders interested in this new field. We're excited to share our passion for the potential of Qiskit and quantum science with you, and to support the UK's position as a global leader in this field. The Qiskit Community team strives to foster a worldwide community of students, researchers and industry professionals in science and technology, and advance the quantum computing field forward worldwide. Come along with us on this journey!

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Produced by IBM Quantum
Date Updated: 202009161608
OneQuantum Africa Chapter meeting
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 8:50am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Produced by One Quantum Africa
Date Updated: 202009121545
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Limitations of Hartree-Fock with quantum resources, w/ James D. Whitfield (Dartmouth College)
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 500 (For Quantum Professional)
Speaker: James D. Whitfield (Dartmouth College) Time: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 11:00am Location: Virtual Via Zoom: To be announced The title and abstract of this talk and Zoom information are forthcoming. Speaker: James D. Whitfield (Dartmouth College) Title: Limitations of Hartree-Fock with quantum resources Time: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 11:00am Virtual Via Zoom: https://umd.zoom.us/j/94142859812?pwd=VFBXN2ZHa3lESkozYTJ2T0xKaTdEUT09 The Hartree-Fock problem provides the conceptual and mathematical underpinning of a large portion of quantum chemistry. As efforts in quantum technology aim to enhance computational chemistry algorithms, the fundamental Hartree-Fock problem is a natural target. While quantum computers and quantum simulation offer many prospects for the future of modern chemistry, the Hartree-Fock problem is not a likely candidate. We highlight this fact from a number of perspectives including computational complexity, practical examples, and the full characterization of the energy landscapes for simple systems. Join Zoom Meeting https://umd.zoom.us/j/94142859812?pwd=VFBXN2ZHa3lESkozYTJ2T0xKaTdEUT09 Meeting ID: 941 4285 9812 Passcode: st@rt

Speaker: James D. Whitfield, Dartmouth College
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Produced by QuICS Seminar
Date Updated: 202009221556
Rethinc. Labs - Dynamic Portfolio Optimization with Real Datasets Using Quantum Processors and Quantum-Inspired Tensor Networks
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 11:30am-1:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Presented by Roman Orus Ikerbasque Professor at Donostia International Physics Center and Cofounder and CSO Multiverse Computing For more information, contact: Chelsea Donahue, Rethinc. Labs Assistant Director

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Circuit Sessions
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Join us, as we explore the value and use of quantum circuits in our new livestream public lecture series, Circuit Sessions, every Wednesday at 12:00 pm EDT. This series will feature lectures by IBMers, academics, and industry researchers. Together we will go through the fundamentals and practical uses of quantum circuits. We will explore how circuits are being used to run algorithms to learn how to progress toward future quantum advantage.

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Produced by IBM Circuit Sessions
Date Updated: 202009110148
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111846
Microwave Sensing with Rydberg Atoms
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Rydberg atoms, atoms with one highly-excited electron, are highly sensitive to microwave electric fields. Using a quantum interference process, electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT), Rydberg atoms become detectors for microwave fields in the regime from GHz to THz with an extremely high sensitivity in a modest setup. Due to atoms' self-calibrating nature and stable atomic properties, this method has the potential to become a new microwave standard for electric field measurement and calibration. In addition, high sensitivity and simplicity open the avenue for low-intensity communication applications. ColdQuanta physicist Haoquan Fan will discuss the concepts, techniques, applications, and challenges of microwave electrometry with Rydberg atoms.

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Produced by ColdQuanta
Date Updated: 202009032137
Keysight World 2020 (--quantum-- Advanced Measurements Track)
Wed., Sep. 23, 2020, 1:00pm-5:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Take a sneak peek into a variety of exciting new design and test techniques used in Quantum Computing, mmWave, or Space Technology. Learn how to accurately model and predict real-world behavior to improve performance and safeguard your designs. SEPTEMBER 23, 2020 (all times are Pacific Time Zone) 10:00 a.m. - Keynote: Keysight Leadership on the Frontiers of Advanced Measurement Science As a key enabler for the next wave of advanced RF measurements, Keysight is at the forefront of Quantum computing, 5G, and Space. As these industries continue to see growth and overlapping test and measurement needs, Keysight's advanced measurements rise to the challenge. 10:15 a.m. - Overview of Superconducting Qubits This paper will review superconducting qubits which are the leading candidate to build the first functional quantum computers. 11:00 a.m. - The Impact of Quantum Technologies in the Aerospace and Defense Industry Quantum physics offers enhanced encryption and sensitivity technologies. Learn more about the applications and their performance evaluation. 11:30 a.m. - Demo Break 11:45 a.m. - Maintaining Accuracy for High Frequency, Broadband Measurements As more advanced applications move to higher frequencies and broadband signals, it is important to know how to maintain measurement accuracy. 12:15 p.m. - Analysis and Measurements of Pulsed Radar Signals Leverage powerful DSP libraries for analysis of pulsed radar signals focused on modulation analysis, pulse compression, scoring, and pattern search. 12:45 p.m. - Demo Break 1:00 p.m. - Design Considerations For Ultra-Wideband Digital Signal Converters Wideband hardware may appear to solve many problems, but it's not as easy as that. Learn what's available and how to best make use of it. 1:30 p.m. - Bringing 5G to Space: Wideband Modulated Test for SatCom Converter Exploring the need for New-Space and 5G to accurately characterize converters frequency, phase, and delay response, in addition to EVM and ACPR. PRESENTERS Joe Rickert Vice President Keysight Technologies Dr. William D Oliver Massachussets Institute of Technology Gabe Lenetsky Industry Applications Specialist Keysight Technologies Scott Leithem Scientist/Engineer Keysight Technologies Raj Sodhi VSA Program Manager Keysight Technologies Dan Pleseant Solution Architect Keysight Technologies Joel Dunsmore Research Fellow Keysight Technologies Shamree Howard High-Frequency Measurements Market Industry Manager Keysight Technologies

Speaker: Dr. William D Oliver, Massachussets Institute of Technology
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Thu, Sep 24
Quantum Computing - Quantum Chemistry 24-25 September 2020
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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About the workshop https://quantumweek2020.cambridgequantum.com/qalgs.html Submit your papers via Easychair About the workshop The workshop aims to bring together researchers from the computational chemistry and condensed matter physics fields interested in the simulation of molecules and materials on quantum computers. Topics to be discussed include quantum algorithms for simulations on NISQ machines and fault-tolerant quantum computers, challenges in the use of this technology for simulations in the quantum chemistry and materials science spaces, applications beyond the calculation of ground state energies... The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to Quantum chemistry algorithms for fault-tolerant quantum computers Hybrid quantum-classical algorithms for chemistry simulations Quantum simulation algorithms for NISQ hardware Ansatz design for variational quantum algorithms Calculation of excited states Fermion to qubit encoding schemes Noise mitigation methods for quantum chemistry simulations Calculation of properties from correlated wavefunctions on quantum computers Quantum algorithms for the simulation of condensed matter systems Invited Speakers Nicholas Rubin, Google Research Mario Motta, IBM Research Almaden Important dates 1 August 2020 (anywhere-on-earth) Submission of abstract 10 August 2020 Notification of decisions 24 - 25 September 2020 Workshop Instructions for authors The main purpose of the workshop is to exchange recent ideas and reserch in the area of quantum chemistry and condensed matter simulations on quantum computers. The workshop has no formal proceedings. Authors are invited to submit an abstract or a paper, with no restrictions on the format. In case of a positive evaluation, submissions will be accepted to be part of the workshop program as oral or poster presentations. All abstracts and papers are distributed only among the participants. Please submit your papers through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=qcxqc2020 Registration Registration will be handled through via Quantum Week of Fun. Sponsorship Please contact Catie Isham if you would like to sponsor this workshop or any of the other events in the Quantum Week of Fun. Organisers Programme Committee David Muñoz Ramo, Cambridge Quantum Computing Dieter Jaksch, University of Oxford Ryan Babbush, Google Bert de Jong, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Alex Thom, University of Cambridge The local organisers are listed here. Previous Editions This is the first edition of this workshop.

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Quantum Computing Industry Applications in Pharma & Banking
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 8:15am-10:15am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Session 1 - Financial Services Use Case: Dynamic Portfolio Optimization with Real Datasets Using Quantum Processors and Quantum-Inspired Tensor Networks 2:15pm CET / 1:15pm BST / 8:15am EST Through a proof of concept, BBVA and Spanish start-up Multiverse have tried out and benchmarked different quantum technology platforms to solve a classic problem of finance: the optimization of investment portfolios with real market data. As published in a scientific paper, the authors have elucidated new formulas that could help speed up this type of calculation, maximizing profitability and minimizing risk. Join the team from Multiverse and BBVA as they delve into the details of their methodology and approach to solving this problem Session 2 - Quantum Computing Applications & Use Cases in Finance 3:00pm CET / 2:00pm BST / 9:00am EST Join Jean-Francois Bobier, Partner at Boston Consulting Group as he explores applications of Quantum computing within the Financial Services Sector Session 3 - Applications & Use Cases of Quantum Computing Within The Pharmaceutical Industry 3:30pm CET / 2:30pm BST / 9:30am EST This case study will explore Quantum Computing applications within Pharma with Ulf Hengstmann from Bayer. Quantum.Tech Digital is a 'first of its kind' virtual event bringing together industry, research institutions, government agencies, and investors whose primary goal is to drive forward the commercialisation of Quantum technologies. Quantum Computing Industry Applications in Pharma & Banking The Financial Services industry and the Pharma industry share characteristics of complexity and data-intensity. That is why both are considered as prime candidates to benefit from practical Quantum advantage once Quantum computers have the capability to address complex problems better and faster than classical machines. Join us on September 24th as we explore some early use cases, and the approach taken to solve some complex problems.

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Produced by QuantumTech
Date Updated: 202009161414
Quantum communication and cybersecurity Workshop
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 8:30am-11:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
The aim of this workshop is to bring the quantum community together to discuss quantum information and cybersecurity and to brainstorm ideas to develop technologies in the market. The first part of this workshop includes small talks from different stakeholders (quantum and cybersecurity companies, end users and academics) . Following this, there will be some round table discussion. Finally, the workshop will end on some relaxed networking where you can meet others in the community. Agenda 1:30pm - 2:30pm : Short talks by different companies (schedule to be announced soon) 2:30pm - 3:30pm : Specific round table discussions 3:30pm - 4:30pm : 1-1 Speed networking Register now to secure your place, more information is coming soon! Tickets Free ticket Free Hosted by QURECA QURECA offers professional services, business development, and the first online platform for training and recruitment.

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Produced by QURECA
Date Updated: 202009151236
Quantum Computing Industry Applications Pharma and Banking
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 10:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Pharma & Banking The Pharmaceutical & Financial Services sectors are usually first movers when it comes to new technology adoption and innovation. They are big investors in technology 'know how', and the competitive advantage that can be accrued from a technology-enabled breakthrough can be significant. Hear how these companies are adopting and experimenting with Quantum computing.

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Programmable quantum systems based on Rydberg atom arrays
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
quantum science seminar #19 LUKIN GROUP mikhail lukin Harvard University Cambridge - Massachusetts - U.S.A. Programmable quantum systems based on Rydberg atom arrays We will discuss the recent advances involving programmable, coherent manipulation of quantum many-body systems using atom arrays excited into Rydberg states. Specifically, we will describe our recent technical upgrades that now allow the control over 200 atoms in two-dimensional arrays. Recent progress involving the realization of exotic states of matter, exploration of their non-equilibrium dynamics as well as realization and testing quantum optimization algorithms using such systems will be discussed. references Hannes Bernien, Sylvain Schwartz, Alexander Keesling, Harry Levine, Ahmed Omran, Hannes Pichler, Soonwon Choi, Alexander S. Zibrov, Manuel Endres, Markus Greiner, Vladan Vuleti?, and Mikhail D. Lukin Probing many-body dynamics on a 51-atom quantum simulator Nature 551 579 2017 Alexander Keesling, Ahmed Omran, Harry Levine, Hannes Bernien, Hannes Pichler, Soonwon Choi, Rhine Samajdar, Sylvain Schwartz, Pietro Silvi, Subir Sachdev, Peter Zoller, Manuel Endres, Markus Greiner, Vladan Vuleti?, and Mikhail D. Lukin Quantum Kibble-Zurek mechanism and critical dynamics on a programmable Rydberg simulator Nature 568 207 2019 A. Omran, H. Levine, A. Keesling, G. Semeghini, T. T. Wang, S. Ebadi, H. Bernien, A. S. Zibrov, H. Pichler, S. Choi, J. Cui, M. Rossignolo, P. Rembold, S. Montangero, T. Calarco, M. Endres, M. Greiner, V. Vuleti?, and M. D. Lukin Generation and manipulation of Schr?dinger cat states in Rydberg atom arrays Science 365 570 2019 Harry Levine, Alexander Keesling, Giulia Semeghini, Ahmed Omran, Tout T. Wang, Sepehr Ebadi, Hannes Bernien, Markus Greiner, Vladan Vuleti?, Hannes Pichler, and Mikhail D. Lukin Parallel implementation of high-fidelity multiqubit gates with neutral atoms Physical Review Letters 123 170503 2019

Speaker: mikhail lukin, Harvard University
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Produced by Quantum Science Seminar
Date Updated: 202009021646
Post-Quantum Cryptography - Walk-through the basic approaches
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Content level: 200 -- Event is for the "Quantum Explorer" Title: Post-Quantum Cryptography - Walk-through the basic approaches Speaker: Mahima Mary Mathews, Research Scholar, Asst. Professor ABSTRACT: Quantum Computing is quickly emerging and discussed around the world. These advancements question the security of almost all standard crypto systems currently in use. Post-Quantum Cryptography focuses on development of cryptographic approaches that can be implemented using classical systems but will be resistant to attacks from Quantum Systems. It uses advanced mathematical concepts Through this session we are trying to explain the approaches used in different Post-Quantum Cryptosystems . The different Post-Quantum Cryptosystems that we will discuss are: 1. Lattice-Based Crypto Systems 2. Code-Based Crypto Systems 3. Hash-Based Crypto Systems 4. Multivariate Crypto Systems 5. Others Systems that include; Isogeny-Based Crypto Systems, Non-Commutative Cryptosystems and Hybrid Cryptosystems. Also, we will have a short introduction to different Post-Quantum Cryptography Projects including NIST PQC Standardization and current research directions in this area. These "Meetup-Lite" events are **Free** and are online-only {connect & password information will be emailed to registered participants ~60 minutes prior to meeting} Event artifacts, e.g. slides & recording (when available): http://quantum.harrisburg.tech/meetups/20200924/ For a current listing of quantum-related live online events--globally--visit http://live.quantumapalooza.com/ Sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: quantum@HarrisburgU.edu

Speaker: Mahima Mary Mathews, Research Scholar, Asst. Professor
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Basic Physics Concepts in Quantum Computation
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 12:00pm-1:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Our guest Liviu Zarbo will talk to us about probabilities, state vectors, pure/mixed states and some experiments that paved the way for the quantum description of mater. He'll discuss interference, entanglement and decoherence as well as measurement in quantum mechanics. We'll touch on the no-cloning theorem and with some examples like teleportation. Then we'll finish off with quantum computing gates and measurement from the hardware perspective. Liviu is a lead researcher at The National Institute For Research and Development of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He got hid PhD at The University of Delaware and worked as a postdoc at Texas A&M and at The Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. His research is focused on spintronics - encoding information in electron spin. His group is aiding the development solid state qubits like of superconducting and topological qubits.

Speaker: Liviu Zarbo, lead researcher at The National Institute For Research and Development of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Produced by Cluj-Napoca Quantum Computing Meetup Group
Date Updated: 202009082057
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Sep. 24, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111846
Fri, Sep 25
Quantum Computing - Quantum Chemistry 24-25 September 2020
Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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About the workshop https://quantumweek2020.cambridgequantum.com/qalgs.html Submit your papers via Easychair About the workshop The workshop aims to bring together researchers from the computational chemistry and condensed matter physics fields interested in the simulation of molecules and materials on quantum computers. Topics to be discussed include quantum algorithms for simulations on NISQ machines and fault-tolerant quantum computers, challenges in the use of this technology for simulations in the quantum chemistry and materials science spaces, applications beyond the calculation of ground state energies... The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to Quantum chemistry algorithms for fault-tolerant quantum computers Hybrid quantum-classical algorithms for chemistry simulations Quantum simulation algorithms for NISQ hardware Ansatz design for variational quantum algorithms Calculation of excited states Fermion to qubit encoding schemes Noise mitigation methods for quantum chemistry simulations Calculation of properties from correlated wavefunctions on quantum computers Quantum algorithms for the simulation of condensed matter systems Invited Speakers Nicholas Rubin, Google Research Mario Motta, IBM Research Almaden Important dates 1 August 2020 (anywhere-on-earth) Submission of abstract 10 August 2020 Notification of decisions 24 - 25 September 2020 Workshop Instructions for authors The main purpose of the workshop is to exchange recent ideas and reserch in the area of quantum chemistry and condensed matter simulations on quantum computers. The workshop has no formal proceedings. Authors are invited to submit an abstract or a paper, with no restrictions on the format. In case of a positive evaluation, submissions will be accepted to be part of the workshop program as oral or poster presentations. All abstracts and papers are distributed only among the participants. Please submit your papers through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=qcxqc2020 Registration Registration will be handled through via Quantum Week of Fun. Sponsorship Please contact Catie Isham if you would like to sponsor this workshop or any of the other events in the Quantum Week of Fun. Organisers Programme Committee David Muñoz Ramo, Cambridge Quantum Computing Dieter Jaksch, University of Oxford Ryan Babbush, Google Bert de Jong, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Alex Thom, University of Cambridge The local organisers are listed here. Previous Editions This is the first edition of this workshop.

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Dynamics of Confined Domain Walls in a Quantum Simulator
Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 500 (For Quantum Professional)
Confinement is a ubiquitous mechanism in nature, whereby particles feel an attractive force that increases without bound as they separate. A prominent example is color confinement in particle physics, in which baryons and mesons are produced by quark confinement. Analogously, confinement can also occur in low-energy quantum many-body systems when elementary excitations are confined into bound quasiparticles. We report the observation of magnetic domain wall confinement in an interacting spin chain with a trapped-ion quantum simulator. By measuring how correlations spread, we show that confinement can dramatically suppress information propagation and thermalization in such many-body systems. We are able to quantitatively determine the excitation energy of domain wall bound states from non-equilibrium quench dynamics. Furthermore, we study the number of domain wall excitations created for different quench parameters, in a regime that is difficult to model with classical computers. Seminar will be held via Zoom: https://umd.zoom.us/s/97099328991 and Meeting ID : 970 9932 8991

Speaker: Patrick Becker, JQI
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Date Updated: 202009221550
Seminar Series with Urbasi Sinha
Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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IBM Quantum Computing Seminar Series The weekly Quantum Computing Seminar Series is a deep dive into various academic and research topics within the quantum community. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOFEBzvs-Vvr0uEoGFo08n4-WrM_8fft2

Speaker: Urbasi Sinha
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Produced by IBM
Date Updated: 202009110130
Lecture 2: Group Theory 101
Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 1:00pm-2:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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We'll be covering the basic concepts of groups that we need before lecture 3 about rings and fields.

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Produced by Zaiku Group
Date Updated: 202009191329
Quantum In The Wild
Fri., Sep. 25, 2020, 3:30pm-4:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Abstract: Quantum computing is a rapidly evolving field that's changing the world around us. In this talk, we'll explore quantum technology from an industry perspective and dive into the details of several of Booz Allen's advanced research projects. As a large technical consulting firm, Booz Allen plays a unique role helping large organizations with cutting-edge tech like quantum and AI. We'll discuss our perspective of how quantum is advancing 'out in the wild' and what it means for the future. Dulny will discuss what it's like to be a scientist outside of academia and potential career paths in 'life after school.' Hope to see you there! Bio: JD Dulny is a PhD physicist in the Strategic Innovation Group with a passion for finding ways to leverage data science and advanced technology to solve crucial client problems. He supports Booz Allen's clients with design and implementation of advanced analytics and state-of-the-art research to suit their mission needs. His focus is on injecting innovation into Defense and Intelligence spaces, with a special emphasis on Cyber. JD leads Booz Allen's quantum computing research team. This group studies and applies cutting-edge quantum computing systems to solve problems in optimization, machine learning, and beyond. The team is actively supporting clients and have published and presented internationally on their work. JD holds a PhD in computational physics from Penn State University, where he focused on experimental and large-scale Monte Carlo studies of complex surface phenomena. He completed his undergraduate studies at UMBC, also majoring in physics. He joined Booz Allen in 2014.

Speaker: JD Dulny , PhD Physicist, Strategic Innovation Group, Booz Allen Hamilton
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Date Updated: 202009211611
Sat, Sep 26
Beginner Session - Introduction to Complex Numbers
Sat., Sep. 26, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Amit Kumar Gupta, Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221156
Sun, Sep 27
Peer Learning (Quantum Cryptography, QML , Hardware)
Sun., Sep. 27, 2020, 6:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Hello all, As a part our learning series we conduct weekly peer learning session (Sundays 4-6 PM) by the respective teams and it's a great space to look stupid(?!) and ask dumb (?!) questions as we are all trying to figure this new technology together. Today's Agenda 1) 4 - 5:00 PM : Q means algorithm by Rajasekhar [Quantum Machine Learning Team] 2) 5 - 5:30 PM : Post Quantum Cryptography - Mahima Mary [Quantum Cryptography Team] 3) 5:30 - 6 PM : Introduction to Qubits & Implementation - Nilay, Parth & Kedhar [Quantum Hardware Team] You can check out our last week's peer learning videos here: Quantum Machine Learning: https://youtu.be/oRiqjW8vaA4Quantum Hardware: https://youtu.be/oTWpBxoZhYwQuantum Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG2_HCSEYaI Zoom link for today's session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6251993376 Meeting ID: 625 199 3376 See you all at 4 PM today! Thank you!

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Introducing open source Q# community project qTRIL
Sun., Sep. 27, 2020, 2:30pm-3:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Weekly comics and classes on Quantum Computing Kitty Yeung is a physicist, artist, maker, fashion designer and musician based in Germany. She works at Microsoft Quantum Systems as a Senior Program Manager on quantum computing education. Prior to that, Kitty worked as a research scientist, hardware engineer and user experience designer at Intel, and Manager of the Microsoft Garage program in Silicon Valley, California. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University (thesis: Engineering Plasmonic Circuits in 2-Dimensional Electron Systems) and a M.Sci., B.A. and M.A. in Natural Sciences from University of Cambridge. Kitty's career has been focusing on physics while pursuing artistic endeavors through painting, music and graphic novel creations. She is passionate about integrating technology, science, design and art. Kitty has been using comics to communicate quantum computing concepts and has a fashion brand for sustainable and STEAM fashion. Kitty frequently gives technical and career talks reflecting her passion and experience in quantum computing, wearables industry, digital transformation, and internal startups.

Speaker: Rolf Huisman
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Produced by Kitty Y. M. Yeung
Date Updated: 202009201519
Mon, Sep 28
A Quantum Future of Computation
Mon., Sep. 28, 2020, 10:00am-11:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Abstract: In less than a decade the field of quantum computing has been transformed from an area with mostly academic activities to own with major investments by most major tech companies. This was triggered both by advances in qubit technology and in quantum algorithms. In this talk I will discuss the challenges involved in identifying and developing applications for quantum computers, and guidelines that help us identify the most promising ones. I will present what I see as the most likely short term and mid term applications of quantum computing. I will end by showing that quantum computing already generates value today, through quantum inspired approaches. These are quantum algorithms implemented on classical HPC hardware that outperform the state of the art of classical methods known before - with applications to health care, logistics, chemistry and other areas. Bio: Matthias Troyer is a Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft and affiliate faculty at the University of Washington . He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, Vice President of the Aspen Center for Physics, a recipient of the Rahman Prize for Computational Physics of the American Physical Society for 'for pioneering numerical work in many seemingly intractable areas of quantum many body physics and for providing efficient sophisticated computer codes to the community' and recipient of the Hamburg Prize for Theoretical Physics. He has received his PhD in 1994 from ETH Zurich in Switzerland, spent three years as postdoc at the University of Tokyo, and has later been professor of Computational Physics at ETH Zurich until joining Microsoft's quantum computing program at the beginning of 2017. At Microsoft he works on quantum architecture and leads the development of applications for quantum computers. His broader research interests span from high performance computing and quantum computing to the simulations of quantum devices and island ecosystems Register in advance for this webinar: https://ukzn.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XHytfSEXQr-yA5cw2_-VrA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Speaker: Prof Matthias Troyer, Microsoft
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Date Updated: 202009221255
TBD: Sarah Kaiser
Mon., Sep. 28, 2020, 7:00pm-9:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Speaker: Sarah Kaiser
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Tue, Sep 29
Basic programming for quantum machine learning with Qiskit and PennyLane
Tue., Sep. 29, 2020, 8:00am-9:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
NITheP Mini-School: Amira Abbas, Basic programming for quantum machine learning with Qiskit and PennyLane Description NITheP Mini-School: Basic programming for quantum machine learning with Qiskit and PennyLane Amira Abbas (UKZN) Contents: In this series of lectures, we will build a simple quantum machine learning model and learn about each of its components through hands-on tutorials. (Basic Python programming and intermediate level concepts in quantum computing is required. In other words, one should be familiar with gate operations, measurements and circuit notation.) Lecture 1: Setting up a model: basic qubit rotation Lecture 2: Data encoding techniques: understanding state preparation Lecture 3: Training a variational model: optimization with gradient-based techniques Lecture 4: Encountering barren plateaus: the problem of vanishing gradients Time Sep 8, 2020 09:00 AM Sep 15, 2020 08:00 AM Sep 22, 2020 08:00 AM Sep 29, 2020 08:00 AM Time shows in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Speaker: Amira Abbas, UKZN
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Date Updated: 202009071455
The Evolution of Encryption: Getting Ready for the Quantum Watershed
Tue., Sep. 29, 2020, 10:00am-11:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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How data protection went from mysterious to mainstream The relentless move towards the digital transformation seems unstoppable. Organizations must secure their trust and reputation in the face of increasing attacks, advances in technology, increased regulation and compliance, and the continued shift to the cloud and cloud services. Unfortunately, not a single week goes by without another large-scale data breach or leak reported by the media - it seems that a company of any size or industry can fall victim to insufficient or ineffective data protection controls. Encryption nowadays is (at least in theory) the most effective and undoubtedly the most ubiquitous method of protecting sensitive data from unauthorized access, at rest, in transit, and in use. So, what prevents companies from taking advantage of the recent advancements in applied cryptography? Why do so many people still consider encryption a kind of devilishly complicated magic? While encryption needs to become easier in order to maintain control over its central elements, the emergence of quantum computing is worrying as it puts virtually all the technologies at risk which we use to communicate, exchange and protect information. But there is light on the horizon with developments in crypto-agility and quantum-resistant algorithms. This webinar takes you through that shift from peripheral to popular and discusses what technologies are coming to the market today to help you take control of the protection of your data both locally and in the cloud. In this webinar, you will learn about: The impact of encryption becoming mainstream and pervasive in the last 15 years The emergence of the cloud forcing organizations to abandon older, infrastructure-focused security controls and to concentrate on data-centric security Advanced applications of encryption beyond just protecting data against theft The emerging challenges of post-quantum cryptography Best practices for organizations to consider today to protect themselves in the future Alexei Balaganski, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole, will take you through the past, present, and future of cryptography and will talk about demystifying encryption and putting it to use for your business. He will be joined by Chris Harris, Technical Director for Data Security solutions at Thales, who will present the best practices for adopting modern encryption solutions across hybrid IT environments and help you prepare for the post-quantum future. Speakers Alexei Balaganski Alexei Balaganski Lead Analyst KuppingerCole Alexei is an analyst with specific focus on cybersecurity. His deep technical understanding allows him to support customers even with complex architectural and security challenges. Previously he has served as KuppingerCole's CTO. After graduating with an MSc degree in Mathematics and Computer science he has worked in the IT industry for over 15 years. His experience includes software development, network administration and information security. Before joining KuppingerCole in 2007, he has taken part in and managed multiple IT projects including e-commerce, high-load and cloud applications. Chris Harris Chris Harris Director of Pre-Sales - EMEA, Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing Chris Harris has over twenty-five years' experience in IT Security with a strong track record providing expert consultancy, pre-sales support and technical assistance to customers across EMEA, in addition to developing and leading a large pan-EMEA team of Pre-Sales Consultants and Sales Engineers. With a strong technical focus on data and information protection solutions, Chris can talk very knowledgably on a vast range of Cybersecurity, Identity Management, Cloud Encryption & Security as well as Cloud Security and Security-as-a-Service offerings. He plays a key role in managing customer and partner relationships across the region, as well as scaling the team, ensuring it has the structure and skills in place to solve problems for customers and respond to market needs. Having joined Thales through its recent acquisition of Gemalto, Chris previously managed the cyber-security pre-sales organisation across EMEA. He has over 15 years' experience in the group through various company acquisitions that has seen his EMEA Pre-Sales role evolve as the product portfolio grew significantly. With a passion for technology, he keeps acquainting himself with the technical detail, often feeding back the field experience to product management to help advance offerings. He has been pivotal in developing a strong pre-sales technical team across EMEA all equally as passionate for customer excellence. He brings with him a wealth of experience spanning: Hardware Security Modules (HSM), PKI & Digital Certificates, Smart Cards, Tokens, Network Encryption, Database Encryption, Storage Security/Encryption, Cryptographic Hardware and Software. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Herfordshire.

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OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit II (29-Sep thru 1-Oct
Tue., Sep. 29, 2020, 10:00am-1:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
The OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit will bring together the leading Women in Quantum from around the world as they talk about their quantum journey in academia, government, investing and entrepreneurship Keynotes | Panels | Networking | Cocktail Hour

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Date Updated: 202009111338
D-Wave Qubits Worldwide Users Conference (28-29 September)
Tue., Sep. 29, 2020, 10:30am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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D-Wave will be hosting a virtual Qubits Worldwide Users Conference on Sept 28 and Sept 29, designed to enable users in Japan, Europe, and North America to attend. Qubits conferences feature speakers presenting their latest work on quantum applications in logistics, materials science, healthcare, machine learning, financial modeling, and more. Speakers from D-Wave will discuss our next generation quantum systems and software. Qubits is an excellent opportunity to connect with other innovators involved in quantum computing. If you haven't attended a Qubits conference before, take a look at the presentations from Past Qubits.

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Standard Chartered and Universities Space Research Association Partner on Quantum Computing
Tue., Sep. 29, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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**** EVENT MOVED TO October 28 ***** Standard Chartered Bank and Universities Space Research Association (USRA) have signed a Collaborative Research Agreement to partner on quantum computing research and developing quantum computing applications.

Speaker: Alexei Kondratyev, Managing Director, Global Head of Data Science & Analytics, CCIB, Standard Chartered Bank
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Date Updated: 202009031212
Wed, Sep 30
The 3 most important Quantum Theory Experiments explained
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 5:00am-7:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
The three main experiments are: The Double Slit The Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Wigner's Friend Over the past two experiments I have outlined the DS and the DCQE experiments this event covers the third event Wigner's Friend. Students should have a basic knowledge of the Double Slit experiment. Wigner's Friend started out as a Gedanken or thought experiment however, an experiment in 2019 at the University of Edinburgh made some amazing discoveries!

Speaker: Eamonn Darcy
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Produced by Quantum Computing Australia
Date Updated: 202009201054
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit II (29-Sep thru 1-Oct
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 10:00am-1:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
The OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit will bring together the leading Women in Quantum from around the world as they talk about their quantum journey in academia, government, investing and entrepreneurship Keynotes | Panels | Networking | Cocktail Hour

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Date Updated: 202009111338
Circuit Sessions
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 12:00pm-1:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Join us, as we explore the value and use of quantum circuits in our new livestream public lecture series, Circuit Sessions, every Wednesday at 12:00 pm EDT. This series will feature lectures by IBMers, academics, and industry researchers. Together we will go through the fundamentals and practical uses of quantum circuits. We will explore how circuits are being used to run algorithms to learn how to progress toward future quantum advantage.

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Produced by IBM Circuit Sessions
Date Updated: 202009110148
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111847
Global Communications, Transportation, and Navigation Webinar
Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 1:00pm-3:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Global Communications, Transportation, and Navigation Webinar Date: September 30, 2020 Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. EDT Event participants will have the opportunity to submit questions before and during the meeting. I would like to register The final webinar in a special series prelude to the Quantum InnovationXLab will focus on potential transformations that quantum technologies can bring to global communications and the transportation sector, including drones, automotive, space, air, and marine sectors. Global communications and transportation today increasingly rely on wireless communication, sensing, and in situ data processing. photo of Mark Menezes Mark W. Menezes Deputy Secretary of Energy U.S. Department of Energy This webinar, featuring opening remarks from Deputy Secretary of Energy Mark W. Menezes, will include an expert panel and explore how quantum technologies, such as secure wireless quantum communication, quantum sensing networks, and quantum edge computing, could be transformational as we progress in these sectors. Audience members are highly encouraged to submit questions about the current state of quantum technologies and their potential applications and challenges impacting the communications and transportation sectors. Mark W. Menezes serves as DOE's Deputy Secretary of Energy, a principal advisor on energy policy and existing and emerging energy technologies. He guides transformative energy progress and technology solutions through planning, management, and innovation. Previously, Menezes served as the DOE Under Secretary of Energy. He is frequent guest speaker and lecturer, where he often addresses the nation's energy and environmental policies, utility restructuring, telecommunications, ethics, merger and acquisition practices, and regulatory and legislative processes. Menezes graduated from Louisiana State University, where he earned his undergraduate and juris doctor degrees. Department of Energy Panelists: Gabriella Carini, Deputy Director, Instrumentation Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Indermohan (Inder) S. Monga, Division Director, Scientific Networking Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Executive Director, Energy Sciences Network. Industry Panelists: William Clark, Technical Director Quantum R&D, General Dynamics Mission Systems. La Vida Cooper, Goddard-SCaN Technology Manager, Chief, Technology Enterprise and Mission Pathfinder Office (TEMPO), Code 450.2, Exploration and Space Communications Projects Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Vijaya Gallagher, Advisor, Sky Quantum. Loucas Tsakalakos, Business Program Manager, Strategic Partnerships/Horizontal Leader, Quantum/Photonics, GE Research. Moderated By: Barbara Helland, Associate Director, Advanced Scientific Computing Research Program, Department of Energy, Office of Science. We look forward to your active participation as part of this exciting virtual event!

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Produced by Quantum InnovationXLab Virtual Series / Brookhaven National Laboratory
Date Updated: 202009111916
Thu, Oct 01
OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit II (29-Sep thru 1-Oct
Thu., Oct. 01, 2020, 10:00am-1:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
The OneQuantum Women in Quantum Summit will bring together the leading Women in Quantum from around the world as they talk about their quantum journey in academia, government, investing and entrepreneurship Keynotes | Panels | Networking | Cocktail Hour

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Date Updated: 202009111339
Programmable Quantum Simulators with Atoms and Ions
Thu., Oct. 01, 2020, 11:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
quantum science seminar #20: quantum simulation ZOLLER GROUP peter zoller Center for Quantum Physics, University of Innsbruck, and IQOQI, Austrian Academy of Sciences Innsbruck - Austria Programmable Quantum Simulators with Atoms and Ions Quantum optical systems with cold atoms and ions provides one of the best ways to build controllable quantum many-body systems as quantum computers and quantum simulators. Here we report on recent developments in building, and in particular programming quantum simulators based on trapped ions as intermediate scale quantum devices. Our discussion will focus on hybrid classical-quantum scenarios: here the quantum part is the generation of highly entangled states on the quantum device in quench dynamics, which is combined with a classical post processing of measurement data, possibly run in a feedback loop with the quantum device. Examples highlighting these developments include the implementation of self-verifying variational quantum simulations, illustrated here by computing the ground state and quantum phase transition of a Schwinger Model as 1D QED. In addition, we develop and demonstrate a 'randomized measurement toolbox', allowing to access in experiments quantities like Renyi entanglement entropies and - as ongoing research - measure the entanglement spectrum, i.e. 'seeing the Schmidt decomposition live' in quench dynamics from an initial product state towards thermodynamic equilibrium.

Speaker: peter zoller, Center for Quantum Physics, University of Innsbruck, and IQOQI, Austrian Academy of Sciences Innsbruck - Austria
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Date Updated: 202009021649
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 01
Thu., Oct. 01, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
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Program #1: Univ. of Waterloo Program #2: Technical University of Munich (TUM) Program #3: Duke University This series of information sessions about Quantum Technology Master Degrees each feature up to three university programs each session. These sessions are primarily geared to those who are exploring master degree programs in the quantum technologies, but all interested in this subject are invited to attend. These information sessions are **Free** and are online-only {connect & password information will be emailed to registered participants ~60 minutes prior to meeting} For a current listing of Master Degree programs in Quantum Technologies and more details on each program see: http://masterdegrees.tryquantum.org/ Events are coordinated by our sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: quantum@HarrisburgU.edu

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Date Updated: 202009112348
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Oct. 01, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111848
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 01
Thu., Oct. 01, 2020, 7:00pm-8:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)

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Fri, Oct 02
Quantum Week Satellite Event (India)
Fri., Oct. 02, 2020, 11:30pm-Sat., Oct. 03, 2020, 5:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)

Produced by IEEE Quantum SIG and the IEEE India Council
Date Updated: 202009211509
Sat, Oct 03
Advanced Session- No Cloning Theorem
Sat., Oct. 03, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Pallavi Prashanth, Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221154
Sun, Oct 04
Peer Learning (Quantum Cryptography, QML , Hardware)
Sun., Oct. 04, 2020, 6:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Hello all, As a part our learning series we conduct weekly peer learning session (Sundays 4-6 PM) by the respective teams and it's a great space to look stupid(?!) and ask dumb (?!) questions as we are all trying to figure this new technology together. Today's Agenda 1) 4 - 5:00 PM : Q means algorithm by Rajasekhar [Quantum Machine Learning Team] 2) 5 - 5:30 PM : Post Quantum Cryptography - Mahima Mary [Quantum Cryptography Team] 3) 5:30 - 6 PM : Introduction to Qubits & Implementation - Nilay, Parth & Kedhar [Quantum Hardware Team] You can check out our last week's peer learning videos here: Quantum Machine Learning: https://youtu.be/oRiqjW8vaA4Quantum Hardware: https://youtu.be/oTWpBxoZhYwQuantum Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG2_HCSEYaI Zoom link for today's session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6251993376 Meeting ID: 625 199 3376 See you all at 4 PM today! Thank you!

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Tue, Oct 06
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 02
Tue., Oct. 06, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Wed, Oct 07
Quantum Computing in the Data Center
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 4:00am-5:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Portfolio optimization, fraud detection, traffic simulations - Many computational problems have a high degree of computational complexity and are slow to converge to a solution on classical computers. New ways of computing are required and can be found in Quantum technology, which is capable of solving such complex challenges - already today. Applications range from analysing different types of risk in financial markets, to optimization methods of financial portfolios which are used in banks, insurance companies, hedge funds and trading companies. - What is the potential of Quantum technology for businesses? - Where are we right now in Quantum technology? - How can Quantum technology be applied and used? The NTT Technology Experience Lab have brought together several highly experienced experts from different fields to give you valuable insights and answer your questions about this topic. PLEASE REGISTER ON THE LINK BELOW TO ATTEND THE WEBINAR: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15381/434888?disrupt Presenter: - Dominik Friedel, Business Development Manager, NTT Ltd. - Christopher Zachow, System Engineer Quantum Computing, SVA - David Vettese, Sales Director, Alpine Quantum Technologies - Niklas Hegemann, Co-Founder & Managing Director, JoS QUANTUM

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Produced by Disrupt Meetup | Data Science and AI Berlin
Date Updated: 202009131152
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Virtual Workshop on Considerations in Migrating to Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 11:00am-2:45pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Workshop Objectives The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will host a virtual workshop on Wednesday, October 7, 2020. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss the challenges and investigate the practical and implementable approaches to ease the migration from the current set of public key cryptographic algorithms to replacement algorithms that are resistant to quantum computer based attacks. This effort complements the NIST post-quantum cryptography (PQC) standardization activities (https://csrc.nist.gov/projects/post-quantum-cryptography). Background The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is initiating the development of practices in the form of white papers, playbooks, and demonstrable implementations for organizations to ease the migration from the current set of public key cryptographic algorithms to replacement algorithms that are resistant to quantum computer based attacks. From time to time, the discovery of a cryptographic weakness or advances in the technologies leads to the need to replace a legacy cryptographic algorithm. The advent of quantum computing technology will compromise many of the current cryptographic algorithms in particular public-key cryptography used widely to protect digital information. Algorithm replacement can be extremely disruptive and often takes decades to accomplish. The replacement of algorithms generally requires: identifying the presence of the legacy algorithms, understanding the data formats and application programing interfaces of cryptographic libraries to support necessary changes and replacements, developing implementation validation tools, discovering the hardware that implements or accelerates algorithm performance, determining operating system and applications code that use the algorithm, identifying all communications protocols with quantum-vulnerable crypto algorithms, and updating the processes and procedures of developers, implementers, and users. The new algorithms will likely not be drop-in replacement and they may not have the same performance or reliability characteristics as the legacy algorithms due to the differences in characteristics such as key size, signature size, error handling properties, number of execution steps required to perform the algorithm, and key establishment process complexity. Once the replacement algorithms are selected, other operational considerations to accelerate the adoption and implementation across the organization include: developing a risk-based approach, taking into consideration security requirements, business operations, and mission impact; establishing a communication plan to be used within the organization and for external customers and partners; identifying a migration timeline and the necessary resources; updating or replacing security standards, procedures, and recommended practice documentation; providing installation, configuration, and administration documentation, and testing and validating the new processes and procedures. See the NIST Cybersecurity White Paper Getting Ready for Post-Quantum Cryptography: Explore Challenges Associated with Adoption and Use of Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms for additional background. The NCCoE will publish a summary of these contributions (without attribution) before the workshop to maximize the exchange of ideas. Registration for the workshop will close on October 2. The workshop will be limited to 1000 participants. The workshop will be recorded and the content will be made available after the event. Please join the community of interest by sending an email to applied-crypto-pqc@nist.gov to get the latest updates on the activities related to Migrating to Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms. Agenda 11:00 - 11:10 EDT NIST and NCCoE Overview 11:10 - 11:25 EDT Workshop Overview & Background 11:25 - 11:45 EDT Status of NIST PQC Activity 11:45 - 11:55 EDT Moderated Q&A 11:55 - 12:00 EDT Break 12:00 - 13:00 EDT Challenges Session Standard Developing Organizations (SDOs) Hardware/Software Development and Production Integration Challenges Customer Challenges 13:00 - 13:10 EDT Moderated Q & A 13:10 - 13:15 EDT Break 13:15 - 14:15 EDT Five Minute Participant Lightning Talk Session 14:15 - 14:30 EDT Moderated Q & A 14:30 - 14:45 EDT Next Steps/Wrap-up (NCCoE) Questions? Please send an email to applied-crypto-pqc@nist.gov

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Produced by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Date Updated: 202009182045
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111849
Quantum Information Science & Technology Summit (InnovationXLab QIST Summit) 7-8 October
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 1:00pm-4:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Quantum Information Science & Technology Summit Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) is rapidly evolving and is already demonstrating the potential to transform computing and communications. To ensure U.S. leadership in the new quantum economy, the Department of Energy (DOE), along with several other federal agencies, has made significant investments in QIST research. These efforts are augmenting those within the private sector, where multinational corporations and numerous startups are driving innovation in a sector projected to achieve revenue near $13 billion by 2023. The QIST Summit, organized by Brookhaven National Laboratory, is the sixth in DOE's InnovationXLab series: a showcase of the remarkable assets and capabilities of the Department's National Laboratories. These summits facilitate a two-way exchange of information and ideas between industry, universities, investors, and end-use customers with Lab innovators and experts. The InnovationXLab QIST Summit will connect leaders in the finance and banking, technology, communications, energy, transportation, life sciences, and materials sciences sectors to discuss how to accelerate QIST advancements that impact the nation and world. The Quantum InnovationXLab Summit will be held as an interactive virtual event.

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Produced by Brookhaven National Laboratory / InnovationXLab
Evaluation of Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm
Wed., Oct. 07, 2020, 7:00pm-9:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
Title: Evaluation of Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm based on the approximation ratio of single samples https://arxiv.org/abs/2006.04831 Speaker: Dr. Jason Larkin, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Abstract: The Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (QAOA) is a hybrid quantum-classical algorithm to solve binary-variable optimization problems. Due to its expected robustness to systematic errors and the short circuit depth, it is one of the promising candidates likely to run on near-term quantum devices. We project the performance of QAOA applied to the Max-Cut problem and compare it with some of the best classical alternatives, both for exact or approximate solution. When comparing approximate solvers, their performance is characterized by the computational time taken to achieve a given quality of solution. Since QAOA is based on sampling, we introduce performance metrics based on the probability of observing a sample above a certain quality. In addition, we show that the QAOA performance varies significantly with the graph type. By selecting a suitable optimizer for the variational parameters and reducing the number of function evaluations, QAOA performance improves by up to 2 orders of magnitude compared to previous estimates. Especially for 3-regular random graphs, this setting decreases the performance gap with classical alternatives. Some additional content online about quantum computing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEYMU2bAg8Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKPJ4InfY1Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSLgOBizPR4

Speaker: Dr. Jason Larkin, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
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Produced by Washington Quantum Computing Meetup
Thu, Oct 08
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 03
Thu., Oct. 08, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Oct. 08, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111850
Quantum Information Science & Technology Summit (InnovationXLab QIST Summit) 7-8 October
Thu., Oct. 08, 2020, 1:00pm-4:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Quantum Information Science & Technology Summit Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) is rapidly evolving and is already demonstrating the potential to transform computing and communications. To ensure U.S. leadership in the new quantum economy, the Department of Energy (DOE), along with several other federal agencies, has made significant investments in QIST research. These efforts are augmenting those within the private sector, where multinational corporations and numerous startups are driving innovation in a sector projected to achieve revenue near $13 billion by 2023. The QIST Summit, organized by Brookhaven National Laboratory, is the sixth in DOE's InnovationXLab series: a showcase of the remarkable assets and capabilities of the Department's National Laboratories. These summits facilitate a two-way exchange of information and ideas between industry, universities, investors, and end-use customers with Lab innovators and experts. The InnovationXLab QIST Summit will connect leaders in the finance and banking, technology, communications, energy, transportation, life sciences, and materials sciences sectors to discuss how to accelerate QIST advancements that impact the nation and world. The Quantum InnovationXLab Summit will be held as an interactive virtual event.

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Produced by Brookhaven National Laboratory / InnovationXLab
Sat, Oct 10
Beginner Session - Introduction to Linear Algebra Part -1
Sat., Oct. 10, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Devika Mehra, Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221201
Sun, Oct 11
Peer Learning (Quantum Cryptography, QML , Hardware)
Sun., Oct. 11, 2020, 6:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Hello all, As a part our learning series we conduct weekly peer learning session (Sundays 4-6 PM) by the respective teams and it's a great space to look stupid(?!) and ask dumb (?!) questions as we are all trying to figure this new technology together. Today's Agenda 1) 4 - 5:00 PM : Q means algorithm by Rajasekhar [Quantum Machine Learning Team] 2) 5 - 5:30 PM : Post Quantum Cryptography - Mahima Mary [Quantum Cryptography Team] 3) 5:30 - 6 PM : Introduction to Qubits & Implementation - Nilay, Parth & Kedhar [Quantum Hardware Team] You can check out our last week's peer learning videos here: Quantum Machine Learning: https://youtu.be/oRiqjW8vaA4Quantum Hardware: https://youtu.be/oTWpBxoZhYwQuantum Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG2_HCSEYaI Zoom link for today's session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6251993376 Meeting ID: 625 199 3376 See you all at 4 PM today! Thank you!

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Produced by Quantum Computing India
Quantum Machine Learning
Sun., Oct. 11, 2020, 2:30pm-3:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Weekly comics and classes on Quantum Computing Kitty Yeung is a physicist, artist, maker, fashion designer and musician based in Germany. She works at Microsoft Quantum Systems as a Senior Program Manager on quantum computing education. Prior to that, Kitty worked as a research scientist, hardware engineer and user experience designer at Intel, and Manager of the Microsoft Garage program in Silicon Valley, California. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University (thesis: Engineering Plasmonic Circuits in 2-Dimensional Electron Systems) and a M.Sci., B.A. and M.A. in Natural Sciences from University of Cambridge. Kitty's career has been focusing on physics while pursuing artistic endeavors through painting, music and graphic novel creations. She is passionate about integrating technology, science, design and art. Kitty has been using comics to communicate quantum computing concepts and has a fashion brand for sustainable and STEAM fashion. Kitty frequently gives technical and career talks reflecting her passion and experience in quantum computing, wearables industry, digital transformation, and internal startups.

Speaker: Maria Schuld, Xandu
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Produced by Kitty Y. M. Yeung
Date Updated: 202009201520
Mon, Oct 12
https://ibm.biz/BdqpAd the session will be delivered in Hebrew About Speaker: Avi Vizel, IBM Developer Advocate, has started his journey at IBM in 1994 and served in various positions such as Project Manager, and Development Team Leader. As IBM Cloud Evangelist Avi is closely involved with the global developer ecosystem, helps develop technical sessions for the IBM Alpha Zone accelerator program and works closely with the startups ecosystem. -->
Virtual Hands-On Workshop: Quantum computing fundamentals
Mon., Oct. 12, 2020, 4:00am-5:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Details Quantum computing could spur the development of new breakthroughs in data science, medicine, materials, and finance, but what exactly is quantum computing, and what does it take to achieve these quantum breakthroughs? In this workshop, you will learn quantum fundamentals and access to IBM's Quantum Servers. You will also get a hands-on experience on QISKIT framework, the open-source, full-stack quantum software framework, using Jupyter notebooks on IBM Cloud. (!) Prior to the event, open your free IBM Cloud account here --> https://ibm.biz/BdqpAd the session will be delivered in Hebrew About Speaker: Avi Vizel, IBM Developer Advocate, has started his journey at IBM in 1994 and served in various positions such as Project Manager, and Development Team Leader. As IBM Cloud Evangelist Avi is closely involved with the global developer ecosystem, helps develop technical sessions for the IBM Alpha Zone accelerator program and works closely with the startups ecosystem.

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Produced by Startup & Developer - IBM Israel
Date Updated: 202009161838
TBD: Northwest Quantum Nexus
Mon., Oct. 12, 2020, 7:00pm-9:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]

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Produced by Portland Quantum Computing Meetup Group
Tue, Oct 13
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 04 [AUSTRALIA]
Tue., Oct. 13, 2020, 5:00am-6:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three AUSTRALIAN university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Wed, Oct 14
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Oct. 14, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Oct. 14, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111850
Thu, Oct 15
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 05
Thu., Oct. 15, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Oct. 15, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111851
Amazon AWS Braket Quantum Computing: Exploring IonQ w/Alex Khan
Thu., Oct. 15, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Content level: 200 -- Event is for the "Quantum Climber" Title: Amazon AWS Braket Quantum Computing: Exploring IonQ Speaker: Alex Khan, Chicago Quantum These "Meetup-Lite" events are **Free** and are online-only {connect & password information will be emailed to registered participants ~60 minutes prior to meeting} Event artifacts, e.g. slides & recording (when available): http://quantum.harrisburg.tech/meetups/20201015/ For a current listing of quantum-related live online events--globally--visit http://live.quantumapalooza.com/ Sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: quantum@HarrisburgU.edu

Speaker: Alex Khan, Chicago Quantum
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Sat, Oct 17
Beginner Session - Introduction to Linear Algebra Part -2
Sat., Oct. 17, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Devika Mehra, Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221203
Sun, Oct 18
Peer Learning (Quantum Cryptography, QML , Hardware)
Sun., Oct. 18, 2020, 6:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Hello all, As a part our learning series we conduct weekly peer learning session (Sundays 4-6 PM) by the respective teams and it's a great space to look stupid(?!) and ask dumb (?!) questions as we are all trying to figure this new technology together. Today's Agenda 1) 4 - 5:00 PM : Q means algorithm by Rajasekhar [Quantum Machine Learning Team] 2) 5 - 5:30 PM : Post Quantum Cryptography - Mahima Mary [Quantum Cryptography Team] 3) 5:30 - 6 PM : Introduction to Qubits & Implementation - Nilay, Parth & Kedhar [Quantum Hardware Team] You can check out our last week's peer learning videos here: Quantum Machine Learning: https://youtu.be/oRiqjW8vaA4Quantum Hardware: https://youtu.be/oTWpBxoZhYwQuantum Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG2_HCSEYaI Zoom link for today's session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6251993376 Meeting ID: 625 199 3376 See you all at 4 PM today! Thank you!

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Produced by Quantum Computing India
Quantum Error Correction
Sun., Oct. 18, 2020, 2:30pm-3:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Weekly comics and classes on Quantum Computing Kitty Yeung is a physicist, artist, maker, fashion designer and musician based in Germany. She works at Microsoft Quantum Systems as a Senior Program Manager on quantum computing education. Prior to that, Kitty worked as a research scientist, hardware engineer and user experience designer at Intel, and Manager of the Microsoft Garage program in Silicon Valley, California. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University (thesis: Engineering Plasmonic Circuits in 2-Dimensional Electron Systems) and a M.Sci., B.A. and M.A. in Natural Sciences from University of Cambridge. Kitty's career has been focusing on physics while pursuing artistic endeavors through painting, music and graphic novel creations. She is passionate about integrating technology, science, design and art. Kitty has been using comics to communicate quantum computing concepts and has a fashion brand for sustainable and STEAM fashion. Kitty frequently gives technical and career talks reflecting her passion and experience in quantum computing, wearables industry, digital transformation, and internal startups.

Speaker: Michael Beverland
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Produced by Kitty Y. M. Yeung
Date Updated: 202009201520
Mon, Oct 19
Quantum 2020 Conference [free] 19-22 October
Mon., Oct. 19, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing, in partnership with the Chinese Physical Society (CPS) and the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) are proud to bring together the international quantum science community online for this inaugural conference. Early career and leading researchers from universities, industry and government worldwide will come together to share, learn and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas of high interest across quantum science and technology. The broad themes covered by Quantum 2020 will include: Quantum communication; Quantum computing and quantum simulation; Quantum sensing, metrology and imaging; Quantum information theory, software and algorithms; Quantum foundations; Quantum technology in industry. The four-day event will feature talks from world-renowned scientists, interactive poster sessions and two exciting panel discussions on the themes of Quantum Technology in Industry and Quantum Technology Programmes Around the World. Through the generous support of our sponsors, there will be no registration fees for attendees of Quantum 2020.

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Tue, Oct 20
Quantum 2020 Conference [free] 19-22 October
Tue., Oct. 20, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing, in partnership with the Chinese Physical Society (CPS) and the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) are proud to bring together the international quantum science community online for this inaugural conference. Early career and leading researchers from universities, industry and government worldwide will come together to share, learn and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas of high interest across quantum science and technology. The broad themes covered by Quantum 2020 will include: Quantum communication; Quantum computing and quantum simulation; Quantum sensing, metrology and imaging; Quantum information theory, software and algorithms; Quantum foundations; Quantum technology in industry. The four-day event will feature talks from world-renowned scientists, interactive poster sessions and two exciting panel discussions on the themes of Quantum Technology in Industry and Quantum Technology Programmes Around the World. Through the generous support of our sponsors, there will be no registration fees for attendees of Quantum 2020.

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Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 06
Tue., Oct. 20, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Wed, Oct 21
Quantum 2020 Conference [free] 19-22 October
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing, in partnership with the Chinese Physical Society (CPS) and the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) are proud to bring together the international quantum science community online for this inaugural conference. Early career and leading researchers from universities, industry and government worldwide will come together to share, learn and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas of high interest across quantum science and technology. The broad themes covered by Quantum 2020 will include: Quantum communication; Quantum computing and quantum simulation; Quantum sensing, metrology and imaging; Quantum information theory, software and algorithms; Quantum foundations; Quantum technology in industry. The four-day event will feature talks from world-renowned scientists, interactive poster sessions and two exciting panel discussions on the themes of Quantum Technology in Industry and Quantum Technology Programmes Around the World. Through the generous support of our sponsors, there will be no registration fees for attendees of Quantum 2020.

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LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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To be announced: Urmila Mahadev (Caltech)
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Speaker: Urmila Mahadev (Caltech) Time: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 - 11:00am Location: Virtual Via Zoom: To be announced The title and abstract of this talk and Zoom information are forthcoming.

Speaker: Urmila Mahadev, Caltech
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Date Updated: 202009071506
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 07
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Date Updated: 202009181633
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111851
Energy Cloud City?: A Star Trek Inspired MIT Quantum Computing Path to Fusion
Wed., Oct. 21, 2020, 7:00pm-9:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Title: Energy Cloud City?: A Star Trek Inspired MIT Quantum Computing Path to Fusion. Speaker: Dave D'Silva, BMath, IMSG founder (www.davedsilva.ca) Abstract: This presentation covers: 1. The quantum mechanics project roots with national security and the Defence Department. 2. Quantum computer MIT support to stabilize fusion (quantum fusion) with Microsoft Q# and the future of the IBM-Q. 3. How quantum fusion is expected to power the $1B nextgen smart city Energy Cloud City? Markham, Canada development site #1. 4. How multiple sites form a Planetary Microgrid? climate defence (geo-engineering) system, that arose from York University and involves Harvard University Centre for the Environment. 5. To benefit people, planet and profit: a) through the PMI-Toronto Emerging Technology Group UN17SDG PMO Think Tank; b) IMSG Ethical AI? 100X Social ROI track-record; c) Phase III circularity value chain. 6. How this involves an Avro Arrow Canadian Defence Department inspired Star Trek business model. BIO Speaker Dave D'Silva, BMath, IMSG founder (www.davedsilva.ca) - York University Quantum Computing for Social Impact Lead Tech and Science Investigator; - Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) contractor; - Defence Department / Lockheed Martin contractor.

Speaker: Dave D'Silva, BMath, IMSG founder (www.davedsilva.ca)
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Thu, Oct 22
Quantum 2020 Conference [free] 19-22 October
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 12:00am-11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing, in partnership with the Chinese Physical Society (CPS) and the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) are proud to bring together the international quantum science community online for this inaugural conference. Early career and leading researchers from universities, industry and government worldwide will come together to share, learn and collaborate on the latest research and emerging areas of high interest across quantum science and technology. The broad themes covered by Quantum 2020 will include: Quantum communication; Quantum computing and quantum simulation; Quantum sensing, metrology and imaging; Quantum information theory, software and algorithms; Quantum foundations; Quantum technology in industry. The four-day event will feature talks from world-renowned scientists, interactive poster sessions and two exciting panel discussions on the themes of Quantum Technology in Industry and Quantum Technology Programmes Around the World. Through the generous support of our sponsors, there will be no registration fees for attendees of Quantum 2020.

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Open Innovation: Electric car batteries and quantum sensors
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 10:00am-11:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Webinar series designed for small and medium businesses to gain ground-breaking knowledge from leading academics. About this Event This webinar series is designed for small and medium businesses to gain ground-breaking knowledge from leading academics in areas that are beneficial to help them grow by accessing research and innovation expertise. These webinars will help SMEs exchange information, understand how to integrate new technology to develop products and services and/or how to turn ideas into new products and services. This second webinar in the series will focus on electric car batteries and quantum sensors and will be led by Research Professor of Experimental Physics from the University of Sussex, Peter Kruger. Peter studied Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Philosophy in Berlin (FU), Innsbruck and Heidelberg and graduated with a PhD from Heidelberg. He joined the University of Sussex in 2016 where he now heads the Quantum Systems and Devices group and is founding director of the Sussex Programme for Quantum Research. His field of specialisation is atomic physics and ultracold quantum gases with his current projects including: quantum magnetometry applications in brain imaging (magnetoencephalography), electric vehicle batteries and microscopic imaging of novel micro- and nanostructured materials and electronic devices. This project has received funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the managing authority for the ERDF. Established by the European Union, the ERDF helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation and businesses, create jobs and regenerate local communities. Read further information here.

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Produced by Sussex Innovation Centre
Date Updated: 202009191148
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 08
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Date Updated: 202009181633
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111852
QuantumLabs Series (#1): Oak Ridge National Labs, w/Travis Humble
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 2:00pm-3:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Content-level: 000 Quantum Curious Title: QuantumLabs Series (#1): Oak Ridge National Labs, w/Travis Humble Speaker: Travis S Humble, Director, Quantum Computing Institute, Oak Ridge National Labs Lab info: https://www.ornl.gov/group/qis Bio: Dr. Travis Humble is a Distinguished Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Director of the lab's Quantum Computing Institute. As director of the QCI, Dr. Humble oversees research and development of quantum computing technologies. At the intersection of computing, physics, and information, his research focuses on the design, development, and benchmarking of new quantum computing platforms. These revolutionary new approaches to familiar computational problems include reducing algorithmic complexity, reducing the computational resource requirements like power and communication, and increasing the problem sizes to be tackled by state of the art scientific applications. Dr. Humble received his doctorate in theoretical chemistry from the University of Oregon before coming to ORNL in 2005. Dr. Humble leads the Quantum Computing Team in the Quantum Information Science Group and he is an associate professor with the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education at the University of Tennessee. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief for ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing, associate editor for the Quantum Information Processing journal, and co-chair for the IEEE Quantum Initiative. Awards: 2016 Department of Energy Office of Science Early Career Research Program 2017 ORNL Significant Event Award, World Record in Quantum Communication 2018 Department of Energy Office of Science Basic Energy Sciences Program Office Materials and Chemical Sciences Research for Quantum Information Science 2018 Department of Energy Office of Science High-energy Physics Program Office QuantISED 2019 Federal Laboratory Consortium Excellence in Technology Transfer Award 2019 Department of Energy Office of Science Advanced Computing Research Program Office Accelerated Research in Quantum Computing Patents: 2015 US Patent Award #9,172,698 System and Method for Key Generation in Security Tokens 2009 US Patent Award #12/424,957: Tampering detection system using quantum-mechanical systems. Event artifacts, e.g. slides & recording (when available): http://quantum.harrisburg.tech/meetups/20201022/ For a current listing of quantum-related live online events--globally--visit http://live.quantumapalooza.com/ Sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: quantum@HarrisburgU.edu

Speaker: Travis S Humble, Director, Quantum Computing Institute, Oak Ridge National Labs
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Innovations in Quantum Information Technologie (Note: This is Sept 23 in Singapore)
Thu., Oct. 22, 2020, 10:30pm-11:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The worldwide effort for the development of Quantum Technology has accelerated. However, there are still many challenges to developing Quantum Information Technology for implementation in a real-world environment and as a solution to real problems. In this two-part instalment, join our expert speakers as they introduce cutting-edge research on the following topics: Architecture of a Quantum Information processing system Quantum Software and Computing algorithms Application of Quantum Information processing Join us at the second instalment here. With the purpose to bridge Japan's and Singapore's Science, Technology and Innovation ecosystems for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities, SGInnovate and the Japan Science & Technology Agency are co-presenting a series of talks by notable startups, researchers and corporate innovators on various Deep Tech topics. Date: 23 September 2020, Wednesday Time: 10:30am - 11:30am (Singapore Time, / UTC+8) Programme: 10:30am - 10:35am: Opening Remarks by SGInnovate and Japan Science and Technology Agency 10:35am - 10:55am: Statistical Methods for Accelerating the Development of a Quantum Computer by Takanori Sugiyama, Project Research Associate, University of Tokyo 10:55am - 11:15am: Direct Estimation of The Energy Gap Between the Ground State And Excited State With Quantum Annealing by Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Senior Researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 11:15am - 11:35am: Speaker to be announced. Speakers' Profiles: Takanori Sugiyama, Project Research Associate, the University of Tokyo Takanori Sugiyama is a Project Research Associate at the University of Tokyo and a PRESTO researcher at Japan Science and Technology Agency. In 2013, he obtained his Doctor of Science from the University of Tokyo in the field of Quantum Information Theory. He also worked in the Institute of Theoretical Physics, ETH Zurich and was part of the Theoretical Statistics group in Osaka University as a postdoctorate student. In 2017, he joined an experimental group in University of Tokyo which focussed on superconducting Quantum Computers and in 2019, he joined the Japan Science and Technology Agency. Since his graduate studies, he has been working on statistical methods for developing a quantum computer. Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Senior Researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Yuichiro Matsuzaki received his PhD at the University of Oxford on his research about the theoretical aspect of measurement-based quantum technology in 2011. Subsequently, he started working at NTT basic research laboratories as part of a superconducting qubit group. From 2019 onwards, he joined the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology to work on quantum computation and quantum annealing.

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Sat, Oct 24
Advanced Session - Super Dense Coding
Sat., Oct. 24, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Pallavi Prashanth, Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221205
Sun, Oct 25
Peer Learning (Quantum Cryptography, QML , Hardware)
Sun., Oct. 25, 2020, 6:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Hello all, As a part our learning series we conduct weekly peer learning session (Sundays 4-6 PM) by the respective teams and it's a great space to look stupid(?!) and ask dumb (?!) questions as we are all trying to figure this new technology together. Today's Agenda 1) 4 - 5:00 PM : Q means algorithm by Rajasekhar [Quantum Machine Learning Team] 2) 5 - 5:30 PM : Post Quantum Cryptography - Mahima Mary [Quantum Cryptography Team] 3) 5:30 - 6 PM : Introduction to Qubits & Implementation - Nilay, Parth & Kedhar [Quantum Hardware Team] You can check out our last week's peer learning videos here: Quantum Machine Learning: https://youtu.be/oRiqjW8vaA4Quantum Hardware: https://youtu.be/oTWpBxoZhYwQuantum Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CG2_HCSEYaI Zoom link for today's session: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6251993376 Meeting ID: 625 199 3376 See you all at 4 PM today! Thank you!

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Quantum Tomography
Sun., Oct. 25, 2020, 5:00pm-6:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Weekly comics and classes on Quantum Computing Kitty Yeung is a physicist, artist, maker, fashion designer and musician based in Germany. She works at Microsoft Quantum Systems as a Senior Program Manager on quantum computing education. Prior to that, Kitty worked as a research scientist, hardware engineer and user experience designer at Intel, and Manager of the Microsoft Garage program in Silicon Valley, California. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Harvard University (thesis: Engineering Plasmonic Circuits in 2-Dimensional Electron Systems) and a M.Sci., B.A. and M.A. in Natural Sciences from University of Cambridge. Kitty's career has been focusing on physics while pursuing artistic endeavors through painting, music and graphic novel creations. She is passionate about integrating technology, science, design and art. Kitty has been using comics to communicate quantum computing concepts and has a fashion brand for sustainable and STEAM fashion. Kitty frequently gives technical and career talks reflecting her passion and experience in quantum computing, wearables industry, digital transformation, and internal startups.

Speaker: Chris Ferrie
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Date Updated: 202009201838
Mon, Oct 26
IQT Europe Pre-conference Activities (Exhibition session today is free)
Mon., Oct. 26, 2020, 7:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Inside Quantum Technology Europe Online The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking, Quantum Sensors, and Quantum Cryptography. October 26-30, 2020 Produced by 3DR Holdings and QuTech Quantum Technology World Week 5 Days (Pre-Conference October 26) 60+ Speakers Virtual Exhibits State of the Art Online Networking Each Day Vertically Focused

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Date Updated: 202009021809
Tue, Oct 27
Quantum Tech - Master Degree Program Information Session Oct 2020 Sess # 09
Tue., Oct. 27, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Three university programs (TBA) will present information about their quantum master program, university, and geographic location.

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Wed, Oct 28
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Oct. 28, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Oct. 28, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111852
Standard Chartered and Universities Space Research Association Partner on Quantum Computing
Wed., Oct. 28, 2020, 1:00pm-2:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Standard Chartered Bank and Universities Space Research Association (USRA) have signed a Collaborative Research Agreement to partner on quantum computing research and developing quantum computing applications. In finance, the most promising use cases with real-world applications include quantum machine learning models (generating synthetic data and data anonymisation) and discriminative models (building strong classifiers and predictors) with multiple potential uses such as credit scoring and generating trading signals. As quantum computing technology matures, clients should benefit from higher quality services such as faster execution, better risk management and the development of new financial products. Kahina Van Dyke, Global Head of Digital Channels and Client Data Analytics at Standard Chartered, said: "Similar to other major technological advancements, quantum computing is set to bring widespread benefits as well as disrupt many existing business processes. This is why it's important for companies to future-proof themselves by adopting this new technology from an early stage. The partnership with USRA gives us access to world-class academic researchers and provides us with a unique opportunity to explore a wide range of models and algorithms with the potential to establish quantum advantage for the real-world use cases." Bernie Seery, Senior VP of Technology at USRA noted that "This partnership with the private sector enables a diversity of research through a competitively selected portfolio of quantum computing research projects involving academic institutions and non-profits, growing an ecosystem for quantum artificial intelligence that has already involved over 150 researchers from more than 40 organizations that produced over 50 peer-reviewed publications over the last seven years." Alex Manson, Global Head of SC Ventures, Standard Chartered's innovation, fintech investment and ventures arm, stated: "The world is currently in the process of identifying commercial use cases where quantum computer capabilities will surpass classical computers. We have a conviction that some of these use cases will transform the way we manage risks in financial services, for example by simulating portfolios and exponentially speeding up the generation of market data. We will work with USRA to identify such use cases in financial services, with a view to implementing them within our bank, as well as potentially offering this service to other market participants over time." Mark Johnson, Vice President, Processor Design, Development and Quantum Products at D-Wave said: "Quantum computing research and development are poised to have a profound impact on the industries responsible for solving today's most complex problems. That's why researchers and businesses alike are looking to quantum computing today to start demonstrating tangible value. We're proud to work with USRA and Standard Chartered Bank as they improve global access to quantum systems and undertake essential research and development." At USRA's Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science, Dr. Davide Venturelli, Associate Director for Quantum Computing, notes that quantum annealing is implementing a powerful approach to computing, featuring unique advantages with respect to other traditional and novel approaches, that should be studied, theoretically and experimentally, to advance the state of art of computing technologies for the benefit of nearly all disciplines. Standard Chartered's team, led by Dr. Alexei Kondratyev, Global Head of Data Science and Innovation, and USRA have collaborated in quantum computing research since 2017. An earlier success in investigating the quantum annealing approach to computational problems in portfolio optimisation use cases led to this strategic partnership, where USRA will continue to support fundamental academic research in quantum physics and artificial intelligence and Standard Chartered will focus on future commercial applications. In 2012, USRA partnered with NASA to found the Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (QuAIL): the space agency's hub to evaluate the near-term impact of quantum technologies. With QuAIL, the USRA team has investigated the physics, the engineering and the performance of multiple generations of quantum annealing processors built by D-Wave Systems. It has also participated in U.S. government research programs that looked into application of quantum annealing for combinatorial optimization, aviation, earth science and machine learning. NASA Ames Research Center is currently hosting a D-Wave 2000Q annealing system, thanks to the support of this partnership. Standard Chartered and USRA intend to develop this initial collaboration beyond quantum annealing to all unconventional computing systems that could provide an advantage to applications of interest, such as gate-model noisy-intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) processors and Coherent Ising machines. See: https://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/standard-chartered-and-universities-space-research-association-join-forces-on-quantum-computing-834401430.html Bio: Alexei Kondratyev Managing Director, Global Head of Data Science & Analytics, CCIB Standard Chartered Bank In his role as Managing Director and Global Head of Data Analytics, Alexei is responsible for providing data analytics services to Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking divisions of Standard Chartered Bank. He joined Standard Chartered Bank in 2010 from Barclays Capital where he managed a model development team within Credit Risk Analytics. Prior to joining Barclays Capital in 2004, he was a senior quantitative analyst at Dresdner Bank in Frankfurt. Alexei holds MSc in Theoretical Nuclear Physics from the University of Kiev and PhD in Mathematical Physics from the Institute for Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He was the recipient of the 2019 Quant of the Year award from Risk magazine. See: https://thequantumdaily.com/2020/07/14/standard-chartered-and-universities-space-research-association-partner-on-quantum-computing/

Speaker: Alexei Kondratyev, Managing Director, Global Head of Data Science & Analytics, CCIB, Standard Chartered Bank
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Thu, Oct 29
Quantum Computing Software Development
Thu., Oct. 29, 2020, 10:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
How can you get your community of software developers engaged with Quantum? It is critical for the broader adoption of Quantum computing to ensure that the software community can access, understand and experiment with Quantum tools.

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Oct. 29, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009181636
Sat, Oct 31
Beginner Session - Superposition & Bloch Sphere
Sat., Oct. 31, 2020, 7:30am-8:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
We would like to welcome everyone who would like to understand Azure Quantum Computing & learn not only the basics of Quantum Computing but also the world around Quantum Computing. SEE: https://garagequantum.eventbuilder.com/Quantum

Speaker: Devika Mehra, Software Engineer, Microsoft
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Produced by Microsoft Garage India
Date Updated: 202009221206
Sun, Nov 01
Quantum Future Academy 2020
Sun., Nov. 01, 2020, 12:00am-12:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
Quantum Future Academy 2020 What is the Quantum Future Academy? In 2018, Germany established the Quantum Future Academy (QFA) with the goal of introducing students in Germany to the future potentials offered by quantum technologies. The Academy was continued in 2019 as a joint effort between Germany and France. In 2020, this amazing opportunity is opening up to students from around Europe! Students selected to attend the 2020 QFA will receive a fully-funded trip to Berlin, where from 1-7 November they will participate in a series of events designed to foster their interest in quantum research, technology, and entrepreneurship as it relates to this exciting field. Participants will attend lectures and presentations given by leading European researchers and entrepreneurs. This, coupled with interactive workshops, tours of companies and research laboratories, and evening social events, will allow participants to learn about the current cutting-edge of quantum R&D and build a fantastic network of European quantum connections. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for students interested in building a career in the burgeoning field of quantum technologies! This sounds awesome! How do I apply? ScienceAtHome is coordinating the Danish and Italian selection processes for the 2020 QFA as a part of our efforts with the EU Quantum Education Coordination and Support Action and our recent ERC Proof of Concept program geared towards training the next generation, quantum-savvy workforce. We have developed a unique application process that is sure to challenge and entertain quantum enthusiasts. Readers of this blog studying in other European countries should apply through their respective country's application process. To apply in Denmark, you are ideally a student finishing a Bachelor's or starting a Master's degree in the natural sciences. You should have some training in quantum mechanics, as this is necessary to get the most out of the Academy. To apply in Italy, follow this link. The initial application is easy. Simply fill out this brief, 5-minute survey by 28 July 2020 in order to indicate your interest. Eligible applicants will then be e-mailed a quantum challenge on 1 August 2020. This quantum challenge will allow applicants to spend a day exploring the wonders of the quantum world with their choice of three cutting-edge simulation tools: the Quantum Composer developed at Aarhus University, the SpinDrops tool developed at TU-Munich, and IBM's Qiskit tool. Applicants can choose to either explore a pre-defined challenge provided by us, or they can explore something relevant to their own research projects! In order to communicate the results of their explorations to us, applicants should produce a short 4-6 minute video and a 2-4 page report detailing what they found during the challenge. These should be submitted to us by 1 September 2020. A selection committee comprised of professors and postdocs at the participating Danish universities will then review the applications and select two winners, who will be notified by 7 September 2020. We look forward to receiving your application!

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Wed, Nov 04
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Nov. 04, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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To be announced: Wolfgang Pfaff (University of Illinois)
Wed., Nov. 04, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Speaker: Speaker: Wolfgang Pfaff (University of Illinois) Time: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 - 11:00am Location: Virtual Via Zoom: To be announced The title and abstract of this talk and Zoom information are forthcoming.

Speaker: Wolfgang Pfaff, University of Illinois
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Produced by QuICS Seminar
Date Updated: 202009071507
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Nov. 04, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111853
Quantum Hydrodynamics and Rayleigh-Taylor Instability
Wed., Nov. 04, 2020, 3:30pm-5:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
This seminar will be conducted remotely. To request the Zoom link, please send an email to: mipse-central@umich.edu Abstract: Matter at extreme pressures, temperatures, and densities characterizes a wide variety of natural and man-made phenomena, including interiors of Jovian size planets, hyper-velocity meteor impacts, the burning core of stars, thermonuclear burning inertial confinement fusion capsules. Matter at these conditions defines the exciting and challenging field of High Energy Density Physics (HEDP). Besides vast experimental resources, there exists a rich set of computational tools that model the micro to macro regimes of HEDP. Recently, there has been a resurgence in interest in using a 'simpler' approach to investigating HEDP based on quantum hydrodynamics. Quantum Hydrodynamics (QHD) has a long and interesting history, dating back to the first developments by Madelung and Bohm. In this talk, we discuss the historical and recent developments in QHD, including pitfalls, as applied to quantum many-body systems relevant to HEDP regimes. We will present three different approaches to deriving the QHD equations-Madelung, Bloch, and Wigner and discuss their pros and cons. Finally, the role that Rayleigh-Taylor hydrodynamic instabilities play is discussed within the QHD formalism. About the Speaker: Frank Graziani received a BS in physics from Santa Clara U., and a PhD in physics from UCLA. He was a postdoctoral fellow at U. Colorado and U. Minnesota working in cosmology and particle physics; and worked with NASA on exoplanet dynamics and star formation. Dr. Graziani joined Lawrence Livermore National Lab. in 1989 where he worked in radiation transport and plasma physics. He has held many leadership positions at LLNL, including group leader, V&V Leader, PI for LDRD-Strategic Initiatives, lead for the National Boost Initiative and Assoc. Division Leader for computational physics. He now directs the High Energy Density Sciences Center. He has won four DOE Defense Program Awards of Excellence, the LLNL Director's S&T Award and is a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff. His research interests include the micro-physics of dense plasmas and HED education. Dr. Graziani is editor of two books on computational methods and a book on warm dense matter physics.

Speaker: Dr. Frank Graziani, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Date Updated: 202009040907
Thu, Nov 05
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Nov. 05, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111854
Fri, Nov 06
UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase
Fri., Nov. 06, 2020, 3:00am-11:00am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase Event details Friday, 6 November 20209:00 am - 17:00 pm KTN is the proud delivery partner for the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2020! Join us in London on Friday 06 November. The UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2020 will build on the success of previous years, demonstrating the progress made by the National Programme, as it enters its second 5-year phase, and the growing commercialisation and industrialisation of quantum technologies in the UK. The UK National Quantum Technologies Programme (UKNQTP) is a UK Government investment in excess of ~ 1b over 10 years, aimed at accelerating the translation of quantum technologies into the marketplace, boosting UK business and making a real difference to our everyday lives. To attend, please express your interest now. We will be running the event in accordance with the UK Government's safety guidelines and more information on this will be released shortly. If you are interested in exhibiting at this year's event, an expression of interest process is underway. There are a range of opportunities to exhibit at this year's event. For more information, click here. This annual event has now become a fixture in the industry calendar. With over 80 exhibits, this event will demonstrate the many advances made in the commercialisation of quantum technologies. As we enter Phase 2 (2019-2024) increasing industry investment will continue to complement the work of the Hubs and their many university and business partners. This Showcase will feature the evolution of quantum technologies into mainstream consumer markets. Delegates will have the opportunity to network with the Quantum Technology hubs and businesses, large and small, to understand how quantum technologies are being developed in industry-led projects. This will provide an easy entry point for companies interested in unlocking the potential of emerging quantum technology markets. The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) will deliver the 2020 event as an additional activity in partnership with EPSRC and UKRI, leveraging the specialist expertise of its Quantum Technologies Special Interest Group (QT SIG). The QT SIG was established to support and connect researchers, technology developers and users to link markets and suppliers, to create a self-sustaining and profitable world-class UK quantum technology sector. Follow the link below to find out more about this event and to register.

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Produced by Knowledge Transfer Network
Date Updated: 202009221221
Tue, Nov 10
Issues in Quantum Computing and Security
Tue., Nov. 10, 2020, 2:00pm-3:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
The AFCEA Intelligence Committee is working to further the advancement of our national security enterprise by hosting a series of virtual gatherings brought together by experts from the intelligence community, industry and academia. Issues in Quantum Computing and Security November 10th at 2pm EST A panel of industry experts will discuss recent developments in quantum computing and the use of quantum effects to improve security. Moderator: Mr. Lewis Shepherd, Senior Director, Research & Emerging Technologies Strategy, VMware **** REGISTRATION PAGE IS FAILING SEPT 12, 2020 ****************

Speaker: Mr. Lewis Shepherd, Senior Director, Research & Emerging Technologies Strategy, VMware
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Produced by The AFCEA Intelligence Committee
Date Updated: 202009122134
Wed, Nov 11
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Nov. 11, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Nov. 11, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111854
Thu, Nov 12
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Nov. 12, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111854
Wed, Nov 18
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Nov. 18, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Nov. 18, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111855
Thu, Nov 19
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Nov. 19, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111855
Mon, Nov 23
Q-TURN 2020: Changing Paradigms in Quantum Science (Nov 23-27)
Mon., Nov. 23, 2020, 12:00am-Fri., Nov. 27, 2020, 11:59pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
*****UPDATE: 7/31/2020: "The Call For Submissions of Q-turn 2020 has been extended. The new deadline is the 7th August! (Anywhere on Earth)" Applying is easy, please visit our workshop website www.q-turn.org. There you can find information on its scope, as well as a list of confirmed invited speakers. Q-turn would like to encourage participation from people all over the world, and so the conference schedule will be split into sessions that accommodate different time-zones in the world. This will allow us to have speakers participate at a reasonable time. In addition, Q-turn 2020 (Nov 23-27) will be a registration-fee-free online event. We're very much looking forward to having a great scientific and inclusive event in November. Stay safe and best wishes, The Q-Turn organizers ****** end 7/31 update**** Q-turn is a unique international quantum information workshop series. Our core mission is to foster an inclusive community and highlight outstanding research that may be under-appreciated in other high-impact venues due to systemic biases. As researchers who value the power of education and collaboration, we aim to facilitate a dialogue in the community over issues that affect us as a society, collectively making progress to resolve them. For this reason, Q-turn holds an awareness program in addition to the focused quantum science program. Q-turn's awareness program promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, intersectionality, responsible research, workers' rights, as well as physical and mental health in quantum science and technology. Q-turn's quantum science program highlights top-quality experimental and theoretical work on quantum information technology and foundations. Researchers in these fields and intersecting ones are welcome to submit their work. The first edition of the workshop, Q-turn 2018, took place in Florian??polis, Brazil, and is going online with an international focus this year owing to the coronavirus pandemic. As organizers, it is our commitment to continue this mission and make Q-turn 2020 an event where every participant feels welcome.

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Wed, Nov 25
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Nov. 25, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Nov. 25, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111856
Thu, Nov 26
The Future of Quantum Algorithms
Thu., Nov. 26, 2020, 10:00am-12:00pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]

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Produced by quantumtech
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Nov. 26, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111856
Wed, Dec 02
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Dec. 02, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
To be announced: Mihir Pant (PsiQuantum)
Wed., Dec. 02, 2020, 11:00am-12:30pm (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Speaker: Speaker: Speaker: Mihir Pant (PsiQuantum) Time: Wednesday, December 2, 2020 - 11:00am Location: Virtual Via Zoom: To be announced The title and abstract of this talk and Zoom information are forthcoming.

Speaker: Mihir Pant, PsiQuantum
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Produced by QuICS Seminar
Date Updated: 202009071508
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 02, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111857
Thu, Dec 03
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 03, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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: 202009111857
Wed, Dec 09
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Dec. 09, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 09, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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
Thu, Dec 10
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 10, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111858
Wed, Dec 16
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 16, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111859
Thu, Dec 17
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 17, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111900
Wed, Dec 23
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Dec. 23, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 23, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111900
Thu, Dec 24
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 24, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111901
Wed, Dec 30
LIVE DEMOS Of The Most Powerful Quantum Computer(s) In The World
Wed., Dec. 30, 2020, 9:00am-10:30am (GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Every Quantum Expert worth anything will tell you two things... (1) The most powerful Quantum Computers are from Google, IBM, Honeywell of ~50 Qubits. (2) Nobody has a production grade Quantum Computer. Everyone has some erroneous tiny toys. So, for the first time we are doing public demo's of our ~million+ Logical Qubit Quantum Computer(s). We have a benchmark of sample problems. And we will showcase Quantum Supremacy using Random Circuit Sampling which Google took 200 secs, and claimed the worlds largest Supercomputers will take 10,000 years. We will demo the same in under 10 secs on the clock. We will explain how we built our Quantum Computers and what are their specs like Connectivity, Decoherence T1 & T2, Fidelity, Accuracy etc. Followed by a free for all Q&A. Ask anything you feel like we will try our best to answer it. If the Event is full you can probably find a Live Stream running at the same schedule on Youtube Live here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx5JXuP_i4rvBT-onJcolFw/featured If you want a private webinar for your large teams. Please contact Teagan Smith on teagan@automatski.com

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Produced by The Millennium Institute, New York / Automatski Solutions
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Wed., Dec. 30, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111902
Thu, Dec 31
Shor's Algorithm Watch Party
Thu., Dec. 31, 2020, 12:30pm-1:45pm (GMT-0400) [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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Date Updated: 202009111902

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