The event was met with a lot of enthusiasm from all 100 participants (physically and online) as they got to interact and ask questions to quantum computing experts and use Helmi, a 5-qubit quantum computer using superconducting qubits that is connected to LUMI, the most powerful supercomputer in Europe.
The school was a collaborative effort, which, once again, paved the way for a successful training event!
Training material and recording
You can watch the recording and the lesson material by following the links below.
If you want to check more of our lesson material, check here.
The Quantum Autumn School covered among other topics:
- Introduction to key concepts: quantum states, qubits, quantum algorithms
- Overview of the main QC hardware approaches.
- Overview of the QC software stack.
- Integration of QC with classical computing: hybrid classical/quantum algorithms and HPC-QC systems.
- QC programming in high-level languages for use cases in optimisation, finance, life science and quantum chemistry
Among others, we would like to thank:
Göran Wendin from Chalmers University of Technology
Nicklas Botö from WACQT
Mikael Johansson from CSC – IT Center for Science
Miroslav Dobsicek from Chalmers University of Technology and WACQT and NordIQuEST
Franz Georg Fuchs from SINTEF
Jake Muff from VTT
Ebba Carbonnier from Karolinska Institutet
Hanna Linn from Quantum Life Science
Björn Löfdahl from SEB
Anton Frisk Kockum from WACQT
Stefan Hill from WACQT
Ruben Pariente Bassa from Sintef
Roberto Di Remigio Eikås from Algorithmiq
Anton Nykänen from Algorithmiq
Walter Talarico from Algorithmiq
Werner Dobrautz from WACQT
Finally, we would also like to thank all participants for the interesting discussions and we hope to see you next year for more quantum computing.