This event is part of Statistical Methods and Mathematical Analysis for Quantum Information Science View Details

Quantum Hardware

Description

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

Organizers

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J K
Jens Koch Northwestern University
I M
Ian Mondragon-Shem Northwestern University

Speakers

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D A
David Awschalom University of Chicago
H B
Hannes Bernien University of Chicago
I D
Ivan Deutsch University of New Mexico
I D
Ivana Dimitrova Harvard University
M G
Michael Goerz U.S. Army Research Lab
P G
Peter Groszkowski Oak Ridge National Laboratory
A K
Angela Kou University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
D L
Daniel Lidar University of Southern California
C L
Cristóbal Lledó University de Sherbrooke
A M
Anja Metelmann Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
M M
Mazyar Mirrahimi Inria
O O
Oluwadara Ogunkoya Fermilab
A P
Adrian Parra-Rodriguez IFF-CSIC (Fundamental Physics Institute)
M S
Mark Saffman University of Wisconsin
A S
Aziza Suleymanzade Harvard University
S S
Sara Sussman Fermilab
L V
Lorenza Viola Dartmouth College

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