## NQN Seminar: Hybrid Classical-Quantum Algorithms

September 15, 2021: MIT’s Aram Harrow will be joining us to give his talk on hybrid computing.

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## NQN Seminar: Hybrid Classical-Quantum Algorithms

## NQN Seminar: Correlating Materials Analysis with Qubit Measurements to Systematically Eliminate Sources of Noise

## NQN Seminar: Quantum Engineering of Superconducting Qubits

## NQN Seminar Series: Algorithms for near-term quantum computers

## A New Measure: the Revolutionary Quantum Reform of the Metric System

## NQN Seminar Series: Circuit Model Quantum Computing with Neutral Atom Qubit Arrays

## NQN Seminar Series: Closing the Gap between Quantum Algorithms and Hardware using Compilation and Architecture

## NQN Seminar Series: Efficient Quantum Algorithm for Dissipative Nonlinear Differential Equations

## UW Physics Colloquium: Exploring New Scientific Frontiers with Programmable Quantum Systems

## NQN Seminar Series: Hartree-Fock and Quantum Technology

September 15, 2021: MIT’s Aram Harrow will be joining us to give his talk on hybrid computing.

August 18, 2021: Princeton’s Nathalie de Leon presents “Correlating Materials Analysis with Qubit Measurements to Systematically Eliminate Sources of Noise.”

July 21, 2021: Join us for the next NQN seminar: “Quantum Engineering of Superconducting Qubits” by William D. Oliver.

June 9, 2021: In this talk, Alán Aspuru-Guzik will discuss an overview of some example applications for near-term

quantum computers.

May 18, 2021: As part of the Frontiers of Physics Lecture Series, Nobel Laureate Dr. William D. Phillips from the National Institute of Standards & Technology and the University of Maryland will discuss the quantum reform of the International System of Units (the SI, or Metric system).

April 21, 2021: In this talk Mark Saffman will provide a snapshot of neutral atom quantum computing anno 2021 and present work in progress involving running VQE and QAOA on multi-qubit circuits.

May 7, 2021: In this talk, Margaret Martonosi and Prakash Murali present two cross-cutting optimizations that narrow the applications-to-hardware resource gap.

March 24, 2021: At this virtual NQN seminar, University of Maryland professor of computer science Andrew Childs will discuss a quantum algorithm developed for nonlinear differential equations.

February 22, 2021: In this UW Physics Colloquium, Harvard University physics professor Misha Lukin will discuss recent developments at a new scientific interface between quantum optics, quantum many-body physics, information science and engineering.

January 20, 2021: At this NQN online seminar, Dartmouth College professor of physics James D. Whitfield will discuss efforts to apply quantum computing to the Hartree-Fock method.