Quantum Research Seminars Toronto
The 13th series of seminars organized by QRST. Speakers: Juan Miguel Arrazola (Xanadu) and Eliška Greplová(Delft University of Technology)
Quantum Research Seminars Toronto consist of two 30 min talks about some Quantum Computation topic. Seminars are given by high-level quantum computing researchers with the focus on disseminating their research among other researchers from this field. We encourage to attend researchers regardless of their experience as well as graduate and undergraduate students with particular interest in this field. Basic notions on quantum computing are assumed, but no expertise in any particular subject of this field.
In this 13th series of seminars, the speakers will be Juan Miguel Arrazola (Xanadu) and Eliška Greplová(Delft University of Technology). Their talks are titled “Software-driven research” and “Quantum Big Data: Where Condensed Matter meets Quantum Computing”, respectively.
We will send a Zoom link to those who register for this event 2 days, 2 hours and 10 min before the event starts.
The event recording, slides and chat history will be published in our Youtube channel and sent to the registered participants.
Quantum Big Data: Where Condensed Matter meets Quantum Computing