What If Jupiter is a Naturally Formed Quantum Computer?
Speaker: Balaji Ramamurthy, founder of Zen4Maker Facilitator: Dr. Vesselin Gueorguiev
This talk will explore the quantum computation jungle with answering the question, ‘What if Jupiter is a Naturally Formed Quantum Computer?’ Quantum computers aren’t just human inventions. There is a fundamental feature of the universe system. The answer to this simple and profound question is about how the universe works. There is a need of a universal quantum computer. The quantum computing landscape has been transformed by a surge of commercial startups pursuing very different technical paths. However, these companies have been unable to create devices scalable to as many qubits as needed to solve some complex problems. To overcome this problem, a new approach is suggested by mapping some quantum hardware models to the Jupiter’s multilayer structure. This talk will discuss the details of this new model. The speaker will list the key indicators, metrics and milestones that fact-based insight is looking for this new theory. It is a preliminary design and better measures will emerge as the research data grows. All the observed phenomena in the Jupiter are consistent with the quantum computer models, for example quantum annealing, ion traps and etc. This will help creating fundamental changes in quantum execution architectures to enhance the efficiency of quantum processors.
Balaji is a software engineer-MS Computer Science from Golden Gate University , San Francisco . As a software consultant , Balaji implemented innovative solutions for fortune 500 clients, including Microsoft, Intel, Cisco for 15 years. As a founder of Zen4Quantum, he organized many meetup programs on upcoming quantum technologies and research. Balaji is a research associate at Chicago Quantum and founder of a quantum startup Aightwave LLC.
Balaji is a thought leader and passion for quantum computing. He believes in innovation and starts with insane curiosity, passion for lifelong learning and relentless focus on what’s next. Linked:https://www.linkedin.com/in/balaji-ramamurthy-5501a5/