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).
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.
December 10, 2020: Gabriel Perdue will present on quantum decoherence and fundamental, high-energy physics experiments using quantum technology.
December 3, 2020: Dr. Koji Terashi will present early explorations of quantum computing in the field of High-Energy Physics and related scientific disciplines.
November 25, 2020: Gradient descent is a popular algorithm in machine learning and optimization and finds many applications in theory and in practice. Microsoft Quantum Senior Researcher Robin Kothari asks, “Can quantum computers speed up this algorithm?” During this Northwest Quantum Nexus seminar, Kothari will discuss the meaning of the question, formalize the question in the context of prior work in this setting, and answer the question posed in this context.
November 23, 2020: In this UW Physics Colloquium, Professor Tracy Northup from the University of Innsbruck Institute for Experimental Physics will discuss the special role that optical cavities can play as quantum interfaces, or as bridges between quantum light and quantum matter.
November 5, 2020: This talk by Dr. Sofia Vallecorsa highlights the main objectives and current activities of the CERN Quantum Technology Initiative. A special emphasis will be placed on the Quantum Computing aspect and the activities carried out by CERN openlab, outlining the initial investigations that use quantum machine learning in High Energy Physics.
November 9, 2020: At this virtual UW Physics Colloqium, Harvard assistant professor of computational materials science Prineha Narang will present work from her research group on quantitatively linking predictions with 3D atomic-scale imaging, quantum spectroscopy, and macroscopic behavior.