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Seminars

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  • Title:Quantum Computation: selected discussions on the frameworks, algorithms and characterization
  • Start Date/Time:2019-07-11 / 11:00
  • End Date/Time :2019-07-11 / 13:00
    • Speaker:Prof. Tzu-Chieh Wei ( C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stony Brook University)
    • Place:Lecture Room P512 of NCTS, 5F, 3rd General Building, Nat'l Tsing Hua Univ.
    • Host:Prof. Ray-Kuang Lee (National Tsing Hua University)
    • Abstract:Quantum computation (QC) is a novel way of information processing that allows, for certain classes of problems, exponential speedup over classical computation. Various frameworks of quantum computation exist, such as the circuit, adiabatic, and measurement-based models, but operate very differently and may suit different physical realizations. I will discuss some of these frameworks and a few selected results, such as universal resource using AKLT states in measurement-based QC (and the gap issue of 2D AKLT Hamiltonians) and algorithms for spectral projection that allow simulations of quantum annealing. I will also discuss tomographic tools in characterizing states, process and measurement, focusing on the so-called detector tomography, and present some results obtained from runs on IBM Q Experience. Characterization of detection allows us to mitigation imperfection detection. 
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