This weeks focus is on quantum optics and we are pleased to be joined by our featured speaker, Dan Stamper-Kurn from UC Berkeley, and PQI member contributing speakers, Andrew Daley from the University of Strathclyde and Tom Purdy from Pitt.
Andrew Daley (UStrathclyde), “Reaching practical quantum advantage in quantum simulation”
Dan Stamper-Kurn (UC Berkeley) “Using Light to Measure and Control Quantum Systems"
Tom Purdy (Pitt), "The Quantum Optical Level”
This week's focus is on quantum materials and we are pleased to be joined by our featured speaker, Xiaodong Xu from the University of Washington, and PQI member contributing speakers, Jimmy Zhu from CMU and Nathan Youngblood from Pitt.
Jimmy Zhu (CMU), “Field Free Spin Hall Switching of Perpendicular MTJs”
Xiadong Xu (University of Washington) “2D Magnets and Heterostructures"
Nathan Youngblood (Pitt), "Highly parallel in-memory computing with phase-change photonics”
This week's focus is on quantum computing and we are pleased to be joined by our featured speaker, Shiwei Zhang from the Flatiron Institute and William & Mary, and PQI member contributing speaker, Yang Wang from the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
Yang Wang (PSC), “Ab initio electronic structure calculation at the dawn of exascale computing”
Shiwei Zhang (Flatiron + William&Mary) “Towards the solution of the many-electron problem: ground-state properties of the hydrogen chain from ab initio computation"
This week's focus is on quantum chemistry and we are pleased to be joined by our featured speaker, Heather Kulik from MIT, and PQI member contributing speakers, Olexandr Isayev from CMU and Peng Liu from University of Pittsburgh.
Olexandr Isayev (CMU) “Supercharging quantum mechanics with artificial intelligence (AI)”
Heather Kulik (MIT) “Molecular design blueprints: new simulation and machine learning tools for inorganic discovery”
Peng Liu (Pitt) "Using Energy Decomposition Analysis to Guide Rational Catalyst Design"
This weeks focus is on quantum computing and we are pleased to be joined by invited speaker Fred Chong from the University of Chicago.
Sridhar Tayur (CMU) “Quantum Integer Programming (QuIP)”
Fred Chong (University of Chicago) “Closing the Gap between Quantum Algorithms and Machines with Hardware-Software Co-Design”
Ryan O’Donnell (CMU) “Quantum Learning for Quantum Data”