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EL kvantarvutite projekti OpenSuperQ pikendatakse: nüüd hõlmab see Tartu Ülikooli

OpenSuperQPlus ühendab 28 Euroopa teaduspartnerit 10 riigist, kelle eesmärk on arendada välja 1000 kvantbitine kvantarvuti

Käivitub projekt OpenSuperQPlus,  mis on osa Euroopa kvanttehnoloogia juhtprojektist. See jätkab ja täiustab projekti OpenSuperQ ning koondab suurema osa meeskonnast uute partneritega – sealhulgas Hollandi, Prantsusmaa, Soome,

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No-cloning and quantum neural networks

Our paper on Input Redundancy for Parameterized Quantum Circuits was just published by Frontiers in Physics. A good excuse to talk about the no-cloning theorem and its consequence for quantum neural networks.

The No-Cloning theorem states that quantum information cannot be duplicated: There is no mechanism which takes the quantum state of,

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Either the beach, or…

Summer Activities

Over the summer, the following two courses will take place every week (unless there’s a holiday). They are targeted at students of math, physics, computer science who specialize in quantum computing. If you want to come, get in touch! (To be on the mailing list for the the room #s.)

Advanced Quantum Algorithms Study Group

  • Mondays,

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The Anyons Are Here

Quantum computing technology is progressing rapidly, but we are not quite there yet. There are several paths through which physicists hope to realize fully-fledged quantum computers. One of them is topological quantum computing which relies on exotic quasi-particles which live in 2 dimensions, so-called anyons

All fundamental particles are either fermions (example: electrons) or bosons (example: photons).

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Thesis defense: Noisy quantum computing

On June 2 Michael Nitsenko defended his master’s thesis in Quantum Circuit Fusion in the Presence of Quantum Noise on NISQ Devices. In his thesis research, Michael studied a concept called “circuit fusion” which proposes to reduce stochastic noise in estimating expectation values of measurements at the end of quantum computations. But near-term quantum computing devices are also subject to quantum noise (such as decoherence etc),

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