Speaker: Claudio Chamon (BU) When: Oct 12th 12:30 pm Where: PAB421 Abstract: We explore a link between complexity and physics for circuits […]
How can we learn inherently quantum phenomena? Not only is this question important for verification of quantum computation, but it is arguably one of the most basic learning theoretic questions about the physical world. In this talk, we will describe a line of work on understanding the complexity of learning with limited amounts of quantum memory, and more generally, learning on NISQ devices.
Prof. Serena Eley is co-hosting this workshop at the University of the District of Columbia on July 12-13, 2023. Sessions include industry opportunities in QISE,
educational resources (including experimental toolkits) to assist with starting new courses, new educational QISE programs, and QISE funding opportunities for MSIs and PUIs.
UW ECE Assistant Professor Sara Mouradian says she enjoys learning new things and looking at problems from different points of view. That’s probably a good thing, because as a researcher and educator who specializes in quantum information science and technology, or QIST, she is often presented with new and multifaceted challenges.