## Description

Back to topQuantum information science has made significant progress in recent decades. The performance of quantum hardware still remains a major bottleneck that prevents us from benefiting from the full quantum power. As we gain better control over the quantum hardware, it is crucial to use appropriate mathematical models, systematically calibrate higher order perturbative effectives, develop robust quantum control and reservoir engineering schemes, and improve numerical methods to reliably simulate complicated quantum systems. A major goal of the workshop will be to identify the underlying challenges and develop novel mathematical tools to solve these open questions.

## Organizers

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Back to top**Speaker: **Anja Metelmann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

**Speaker: **Josh Combes (University of Colorado Boulder)

**Speaker: **Luke Govia (IBM Research)

**Speaker: **Hugo Ribeiro (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

**Speaker: **Kyungjoo Noh (Amazon)

**Speaker: **Mark Dykman (Michigan State University)

**Speaker: **Lorenza Viola (Dartmouth University)

**Speaker: **Alexandru Petrescu (INRIA)

**Speaker: **Jérémie Guillaud (Alice&Bob)

**Speaker: **Shruti Puri (Yale University)

**Speaker: **Jens Koch (Northwestern University)

**Speaker: **Archana Kamal (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

## Videos

Back to topHarnessing Pertubation Theory to Engineer Fast High-Fidelity Quantum Operations

Hugo Ribeiro

July 12, 2022

Noise-Tailored Quantum Error Correction for Next-Generation Qubit Technologies

Shruti Puri

July 14, 2022

Computer-aided quantization and numerical modeling of superconducting circuits with “scqubits”

Jens Koch

July 15, 2022