QMat researchers have organised a (virtual) symposium on the topic of quantum simulations and molecular energy transport in collaboration with researchers at IISER Bhopal in India as part of a Franco-Indian collaboration (funded by the Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research, CEFIPRA).
Dates: 30.11.2020 – 01.12.2020 (two days)
Topics: quantum simulators for molecular dynamics, energy transfer, open quantum systems, sensing and spectroscopy. Please see the flyer for more information.
Register before 28.11.2020: https://forms.gle/HiQxdMVhW6tHaeDo8
With great pleasure you are invited to a minisymposium on Quantum approaches to computing.
It will take place in the afternoon of Friday 31 May, starting at 13:30 in the Petit Amphi de Math (PAM) of the UFR de mathématique et d’informatique (Esplanade campus).
The event will be aimed at a general audience, and students are especially encouraged to attend.
13h30 – Opening remarks Pierre Collet / Shannon Whitlock
13h40 – Quantum computing: Concepts and recent developments Stefanie Barz – Institute for Functional Matter and Quantum Technologies, Stuttgart University
In my talk, I will give a basic introduction into quantum computing. I will first introduce the basic concepts, qubits and quantum gates, and will show some fundamental quantum algorithms. I will then give an overview of different experimental systems and show some implementations of quantum computation. I will conclude the talk with a summary of future challenges.
14h30 – Entanglement as an emergent complex system Pierre Collet – CSTB team, ICUBE laboratory, UFR Mathématique et Informatique, University of Strasbourg
15h10 – Coffee Break
15h30 – From quantum simulation to quantum computing, with ultracold atoms Shannon Whitlock – IPCMS, University of Strasbourg & CNRS
16h00 – Variational quantum state engineering and hybrid quantum-classical computing Tobias Wintermantel – IPCMS & University of Heidelberg
16h30 – General Discussion / Brainstorming
Ecole Doctorale de Physique et Chimie Physique
“Clusters and Nanoparticles: the Essentials”
by Prof. Jean-Pierre Bucher, is starting on 24th of Mai 2018 (see summary).
Time: at 16:00
Place: Auditorium of the IPCMS, 23 rue du Loess, 67034 Strasbourg
The scientific courses of the ED are open to everybody, PhD students and researchers.
Latest news on scientific trainings can be found at : http://edpcp.u-strasbg.fr (Formation –> Cours Scientifiques).