AUG 2ND – AUG 13TH
The school will provide an in-depth introduction to the seminal models of quantum computing:
Students will have a chance to work through challenges utilizing quantum computing processors and explore concepts within these main topics. In addition, students will gain awareness of the major technologies used in quantum computing, such as superconducting, photonic, and trapped-ion qubits. Major quantum computing applications such as quantum chemistry, nuclear physics, and quantum-assisted machine learning will be briefly summarized.
The school will take place from August 2nd to 13th, with several lecture hours, tutorials and office hours each day. Students will be presented with challenge problems, and are expected to spend about 2-3 hours on them each day. Graduate and undergraduate students will be eligible for full and free enrollment. Non-students are encouraged to audit the lectures. The school is designed for students in quantitative disciplines. Physics background is not required – however participants should be familiar with complex linear algebra and python programming.
Please bring this opportunity to the attention of graduate students, as well as senior undergraduates and post-doctoral researchers interested in this area.
For further information and to register for this FREE event, please visit: http://tsi.triumf.ca/2021/