## Description

Back to topWe are currently in a critical period for the field of quantum computation known as the Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) era, which has been marked by the first claims of experimentally implemented quantum advantage. Despite this we do not fully understand the computational power of near-term quantum systems which are limited by uncorrected noise and relatively modest quantum resources such as number of qubits and circuit depth.

Many important questions remain: can we prove that current quantum experiments can outperform efficient classical algorithms at solving certain specific tasks? Can classical algorithms take advantage of uncorrected noise to quickly simulate near-term quantum experiments? And perhaps most pressingly, how can we mitigate the noise in quantum experiments to achieve a robust quantum computational advantage without incurring the formidable overhead of quantum error-correction? This workshop will bring together researchers from a variety of perspectives — including computer scientists, physicists, and mathematicians, with the goal of answering these questions to rigorously characterize the power of near-term quantum computation.

## Organizer

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**Speaker: **Michael Foss-Feig (Quantinuum)

**Speaker: **Sasha Geim (Harvard University)

**Speaker: **Changhun Oh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & TechnologKorea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology)

**Speaker: **Alexey Gorshkov (University of Maryland and NIST)

**Speaker: **Javier Martinez-Cifuentes and Nicolas Quesada (Polytechnique Montreal)

**Speaker: **Shaun Datta (Stanford University)

**Speaker: **Soumik Ghosh (University of Chicago)

**Speaker: **Yihui Quek (Harvard University)

**Speaker: **James Watson (University of Maryland)

**Speaker: **Marcin Kalinowski (Harvard University)

**Speaker: **Adam Shaw (Caltech)

**Speaker: **Abhinav Deshpande (IBM)

**Speaker: **Kunal Marwaha (University of Chicago)

**Speaker: **David Gosset (University of Waterloo)

**Speaker: **Daniel Grier (University of California, San Diego)

**Speaker: **Yunchao Liu (University of California, Berkeley)

**Speaker: **Benjamin Villalonga (Google)

**Speaker: **Jonas Helsen (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI))