Introduction to Quantum Computing & Hybrid HPC-QC Systems
June 8 @ 09:00 - June 9 @ 16:00 CEST
Recent developments in quantum technology are bringing the world closer to a new technological revolution – the advent of usable quantum computers able to provide enormous acceleration to important computational tasks. In coming years, quantum computing is expected to have a huge impact on practically all areas of research that can utilise computational modelling.
Starting operations in April this year, the NordΙQuEst project brings together a consortium of seven partners from five Nordic and Baltic countries to connect world-leading traditional HPC resources and quantum computers across national borders with the aim to establish a quantum computing platform customised to the needs of the region.
ENCCS is now joining forces with NordIQuEst to deliver a two-day training workshop covering the fundamentals of quantum computing (QC), including:
- Introduction to key concepts: quantum states, qubits, quantum algorithms
- QC programming in high-level languages for use cases in optimisation, finance and quantum chemistry followed by testing quantum programs to esure their correctness
- Overview of the main QC hardware approaches
- Integration of QC with classical computing: hybrid classical/quantum algorithms and HPC-QC systems.
Morning lectures are combined with afternoon hands-on sessions where participants learn to use high-level QC programming languages using simulators.
For the hands-on training sessions, basic familiarity with Python and some experience working in a Unix environment are desirable. No previous experience with quantum computers expected.
Wednesday, 8 June 2022
Thursday, 9 June 2022
Registrations are now closed for this event.
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This training is intended for users established in the European Union or a country associated with Horizon 2020. You can read more about the countries associated with Horizon2020 here https://ec.europa.eu/info/research-and-innovation/statistics/framework-programme-facts-and-figures/horizon-2020-country-profiles_en