LEARN QUANTUM ENHANCED TECHNOLOGY AND QUANTUM PROGRAMMING
JACOB BIAMONTE
QUANTUM COMPUTER SCIENTIST, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AT THE SKOLKOVO INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AND LEAD OF SCOLTECH'S DEEP QUANTUM LABS
ОСТРОВ 10-21. ВЛАДИВОСТОК, ОСТРОВ РУССКИЙ
ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНЫЙ ИНТЕНСИВ ДЛЯ ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ЛИДЕРОВ
Traditional computer technology has been driven to its theoretical limit in terms of clock rates, transistor densities, connectivity and heat generation. However, the precision required for the technology to reach these limiting scales is now being retooled to enable control of quantum mechanical effects. These effects, as present in existing quantum simulators promise a new epoch in what problems are possible to solve with computers. Introductory or lead.
Computing giants such as Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and Fujitsu have recently established large dedicated quantum (and stochastic) simulation efforts creating significant interest in innovative solutions to physics enhanced software development. A new generation of devices — called simulators — utilize physical processes to replace and to augment traditional computer programs. These devices are accelerated by quantum effects but function in their absence. These simulators are spawning a new era in computer technologies. With the advent and availability of new mid-sized simulators and quantum processors, there is now vast interest in programming these devices.
Unique characteristics of the technology
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Replaces core components of computer programs with a physics process that naturally performs the same task
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Quantum simulators work in the absence of quantum effects; they are however accelerated with the addition of quantum effects
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The technology fundamentally utilizes features of quantum mechanics
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Quantum simulators exist and are in use today. These simulators are paving a path towards a future general purpose quantum computer
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Russia’s leading lab on quantum enhanced technology is located in Skoltech (Deep Quantum Labs)
SUMMARY
Putting quantum simulators and other quantum enhanced technologies to practical application requires knowledge in programming these devices. In this series of courses, we will construct modules for the purpose of training quantum programmers as well as training those skilled in the fuller spectrum of quantum enhanced technologies, including quantum enhanced simulation and the highly futuristic area of quantum communications. The modules will cover:
Foundations of quantum physics for non-specialists
Quantum enhanced technology overview
Quantum annealers for optimization
Gate model based quantum computers for optimization
Quantum enhanced simulation and quantum enhanced machine learning
Special topics include:
Classical computer algorithms to simulate quantum systems
Tensor networks and graphical reasoning systems
ADDITIONAL LINKS
#deepquantumlab #quantumprogramming #tensornetworks #quantumcomputing
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