Episode Two of Quantum London’s “Quantum Computing in Finance” series has Esperanza Cuenca-Gomez (Senior leader for a global financial institution and passionate about quantum technologies) in a conversation with Sergio Gago (self-confessed Quantum Explorer). They discuss the rapidly changing face… Read More »Quantum in Finance – Fireside chat with Esperanza Cuenca Gomez and Sergio Gago
One of the big problems of quantum computing is cooling, and current cooling technology is based on helium-3, which is costly, rare, hard to use, and not scalable. Kiutra developed a new generation of cryogenic refrigeration that helps address those… Read More »A game changer for cooling quantum computers
Here’s a great article on simulating quantum circuits on AWS’ Braket service. To understand the convergence and scaling behavior of these algorithms, researchers want to push their experiments to larger and larger qubit numbers. This has two implications. On the… Read More »Simulating Quantum Circuits with Amazon Braket
Hear the story of Shor’s Algorithm, straight from the source, Peter Shor. Though Shor’s Algorithm is widely known, the story of how it was discovered isn’t. Speaking from MIT at the 40th Anniversary of the Physics of Computation Conference, Peter… Read More »The Story of Shor’s Algorithm, Straight From Peter Shor
The Science Forum, Hindu College presents a webinar on Quantum Computing by Prof. David Jamieson, Professor of Physics at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He completed his PhD in Physics at the University of Melbourne in 1985 and then spent… Read More »Webinar on Quantum Computing by Prof. David Jamieson, University of Melbourne
Quantum computing is in a weird stage right now – it’s not quite mature and it’s outside of its infancy. You can say that the field is in its adolescent phase. Anastasia Marchenkova explains: There’s super basic applications, theoretical applications,… Read More »Do You Believe these Five Quantum Computing Myths?