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Endless list of FREE online learning opportunities for the
Quantum Computing community!
( upcoming events listed below.)

Workforce Skills-Readiness Classifications (Quantum Computing):
(This is a work-in-progress, draft; comments welcome!)
LevelNameType of question(s) an individual is presently asking
000Quantum CuriousWhat is Quantum Computing?
100Quantum ExplorerWhat is a Ket?
200Quantum ClimberHow to do a Controlled-Z 90-degree Rotation?
300Quantum EnabledWhy does Shor's Algorithm utilize Modular Arithmetic?
400Quantum ReadyHow to make my Algorithm Robust to all that Error?
500Quantum ProfessionalHow can I Monetize my Skills?
This table is a WIP, send your improvement ideas to quantum@HarrisburgU.edu

(note: The past events (since May 18, 2020) are placed at the far bottom of this page)

Tue, Nov 30
QJam2021
Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 12:00pm-Sun., Dec. 05, 2021, 12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
We welcome you to participate in our global quantum jam 'QJam2021' held online from Friday, Nov 26 to Sunday, Dec 5. We thank Unitary Fund and Faculty of Computing (University of Latvia) for their support. QJam2021 is open to students, quantum enthusiasts, researchers, educators, teachers, artists, writers, designers, animators, software developers, game developers, programmers, and others. To inspire the participants, we will host several QJam Talks from November 22 to 25, and we will make a GitLab repo ready with several project ideas. We use Discord as our base server for communications and Gitlab for project management. We use zoom meetings for online talks. Participating in QJam2021 is free, but registration (see below) is mandatory. Contact: qjam2021 [at] qworld.net Schedule Fri (Nov 26): The opening meeting of QJam2021 is at 17:00 (UTC) Sat-Sun (Nov 27-28): Project idea discussions, team formation, and recruitment Mon-Sat (Nov 29-Dec4): Working on projects | Our mentors will visit each group regularly Sun (Dec 5), 10:00 (UTC): Deadline for project submission & presentation Sun (Dec 5), 15:00 (UTC): Deadline for project evaluation Sun (Dec 5), 16:00 (UTC): Overview of QJam, completed projects, and closing remarks. QJam Talks (To be completed) Marcel Pfaffhauser Reka Deak & Aurel Gabris Eduardo Miranda Xavier Coiteux-Roy Adam Fattal Outcomes, evaluation, and awards We expect each group to create a presentable outcome from their ideas. Outcomes can be in many different forms such as a quantum game, an animation, comics, a short movie, a web application, a smartphone application, a new library, new functionality to jupyter notebooks, a tool for quizzing. In the end, only the projects with presentable outcomes will be eligible for evaluation, and the members of such projects will get certificates. Both the participants (50%) and the jury (50%) will rate the projects. There will be no competition among the projects. Instead, the members of projects with high scores (out of 10) will get special certificates: Certificate of 'Excellence' for the projects with scores nine or higher Certificate of 'Distinction' for the projects with scores between eight and nine Certificate of 'Merit' for the projects with scores between seven and eight Evaluation criteria (tentative): Motivation (15%) Originality (15%) Success of implementation (20%) Outcome (30%) Presentation (20%) We invite the members of each successful project to continue their work under QWorld until the end of Spring 2022. There will be regular (e.g., every two weeks) meetings with project members. Each group will have opportunities to interact with QWorld's members and volunteers. Depending on the availability, we may assign a knowledgeable mentor to your project. We plan to have a spring QCourse on research and implementation projects. We may invite suitable projects to this course. We help each group to prepare a manuscript or technical report to publish. We invite suitable work to be presented at QWorld Quantum Science Days 2022. QWorld may integrate some projects into its program based on mutual agreement. Categories (keywords) There are no strict categories. The list here is for giving some ideas to participants. You may see them as keywords. Naturally, a project can have several (cross) categories. We collect the categories (keywords) under three titles: Education, Software, and Ecosystem. Education Quantum Education QJunior (with a focus on high school students) Quantum Games QArts such as QComics, QFiction, QAnimation, QShorts Software Quantum programming Quantum software Quantum applications Quantum libraries Ecosystem Outreach QEDI (Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Quantum) (Using) free-access quantum hardware (Helping the growth of) open quantum ecosystem Licensing The project details and outcomes developed during QJam2021 should be publicly available, and they should have open-source licenses such as Apache License or MIT license or CC-BY-4.0 or Educational Community License. After QJam2021, the licensing of the new features or developments are up to the project team. Contact us if you think the nature of your project needs some other types of licensing. We may consider exceptions after evaluating the request within our team. Applications The deadline for the applications is Thursday, Nov 25, 2021. The applications are open to anyone not younger than 14 years old. A minor (younger than 18 years old) should fill its application together with her/his/their legal guardian: The application form will be available soon. If you are 18 years old or older: https://forms.gle/8GGYB8L7xPUHh4R18 If you are younger than 18 years old: https://forms.gle/53hr3J12SaSCKZGb6 We invite the participants to our Discord server starting from Nov 18, 2021. Our Team Contact: qjam2021 [at] qworld.net Engin Ba? Vishal Bajpe Kenneth Isamade Lorraine Majiri Shantanu Misra Jibran Rashid Aritra Sarkar Agnieszka Wolska Abuzer Yakaryilmaz Claudia Zendejas-Morales Code of Conduct Our event is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, Discord, Gitlab, virtual parties, Twitter and other online media. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event. We respect the minors (children under age 18) and we must make every effort to protect their rights. All private relationships, private communications (including social media channels), or sexual contacts with minors are prohibited. Except the filing the application form and similar formal procedures, the contact info of any attendee or participant cannot be requested by any person from organizer side (i.e., mentor, educator, speaker, organizer, sponsor, or volunteer). On the other hand, any person from organizer side may share his or her contact info with a participant who is not a minor, upon request by the participant. A minor can access the emails of the main organizers on the event's website. If a minor is interested in working with a person from organizer side for scientific or pedagogical purposes, then he or she should read this document before contacting this person: https://qworld.net/code-of-ethics-and-conduct/#minors If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact the organizers immediately. For any concern regarding the organizers, please contact the members of the Ethics Committee of QWorld. https://qworld.net/code-of-ethics-and-conduct/ Check the above link for more details.

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Produced by QWorld
Date Updated: 202111132315
Lattice-based Quantum Simulation
Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 12:45pm-Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 6:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
28 Nov - 01 Dec 2021 Where: Physikzentrum Bad Honnef Scientific organizers: Prof. Marzena Szymanska, U College London, UK - Prof. Jacqueline Bloch, CNRS, France - Dr. Paulo Santos, PDI Berlin This seminar has been postponed from June 2020 to November 2021 due to the corona pandemic. Quantum simulation, the use of a controllable quantum system to mimic the operation of other, more complex quantum systems, provides a pathway for solving quantum problems with a complexity level not accessible by classical computers. This quantum technology is presently classified as a leading approach to solve complex many-body problems with potential applications in the design of new materials and drugs. The WE-Heraeus Seminar aims at bringing together experts in this emerging field to train students (at the MSc and PhD Levels) and young researchers interested in the area and discuss recent developments in a stimulating and informal atmosphere. The three-day seminar will consist of 17 tutorial-like lectures (50 min long) as well as 8 specialized talks (approx. 25 min long) covering topics such as (i) theoretical basis for quantum simulation, (ii) state-of-the-art of different platforms for quantum simulation (e.g., optical lattices of cold atoms, superconducting qubits, photonic simulators); (iii) novel concepts for scalable quantum processing and simulation exploring strongly coupled light-matter states, (iv) theoretical models for strongly correlated and dissipative systems, and (v) application of topological protection for robust quantum simulation. The scientific program will be complemented by poster sessions where the participants can present their results and discuss them with experts in the field. The exchange and cross-fertilization of ideas enabled by the seminar is expected to strengthen existing collaborations and foster new ones as well as enhance the visibility of the field. The conference language will be English. The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus-Foundation bears the cost of full-board accommodation for all participants.

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Produced by Wilhelm und Else Heraeus Stiftung
Date Updated: 202111031138
2nd European Quantum Technologies Virtual Conference (EQTC) [ this event is with a nominal fee ]
Mon., Nov. 29, 2021, 5:00am-Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 10:00am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
https://www.eqtc.org/ https://qt.eu/about-quantum-flagship/events/2nd-european-quantum-technologies-conference-eqtc/ Welcome to the European Quantum Technologies Conference (EQTC), the international conference of the European Quantum Flagship initiative. EQTC 2021 is a virtual event being hosted by the Irish Centre for High-End Computing and the National University of Ireland, Galway between 29th November and 2nd December 2021. This event will highlight all of the most prominent and recent advances in European and international quantum technology activities across basic sciences, communication, computing, simulation and sensing/metrology. The conference programme addresses a wide range of topics in quantum technologies including fundamental science, infrastructure development, industry engagements, education & training, encouraging and facilitating gender balance in the quantum community, international cooperation, and policy-making. It will provide a forum to highlight the state-of-the-art in quantum technologies both in Europe and from around the world. EQTC 2021 will also provide a full update on the European Quantum Flagship initiative, strategies and opportunities including reports from and discussions with the Strategic Research Agenda, Innovation, and Education Working Groups of the Quantum Flagship. It will provide networking opportunities for the European and International academic and industrial quantum technologies communities, whilst also promoting other issues such as communication of quantum technologies towards the general public. Welcome to EQTC from Ireland! Failte go EQTC as ?irinn! To find further information on the event please also visit the EQTC website.

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Produced by European Quantum Flagship
Date Updated: 202111251425
Schrodinger's Class - Quantum for high school teachers
Tue., Nov. 30, 2021, 7:00pm-Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 9:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Quantum for high school teachers Learn how to teach quantum in your high-school class, and gain the tools to do it. A free online workshop series for 2021 Schr?dinger's Class 2021 will be held as a series of online micro-workshops this fall, geared toward lessons that can be implemented both in-person and virtually. Registration is free and open to all interested teachers, but space is limited. APPLY NOW FOR Schr?dinger's Class Online workshop schedule 2021 Schr?dinger's Class will be offered in two identical sessions. Successful applicants will be asked to sign up for either Session 1 (evenings) or Session 2 (weekend).

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Produced by University of Waterloo
Date Updated: 202109081308
Complexity Classes for Quantum Computing
Tue., Nov. 30, 2021, 8:00pm-10:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
To understand the power of quantum algorithms, we need to know the capabilities of classical computers. The originally scheduled presenter for this event has cancelled, so I will be taking their place. The reason the date for this event has changed is that I need additional time to prepare. To avoid conflict with the Amazon Web Services Reinvent AI event, the new date is on a Tuesday evening rather than Wednesday.

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Produced by Chicago Quantum Computing Revival
Date Updated: 202111161147
Wed, Dec 01
Pistoia Alliance/QED-C/QuPharm/QPARC Quantum Computing Community Summit
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 8:30am-12:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The Quantum Computing Community of Interest Summit is hosted by the Pistoia Alliance, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), QuPharm, and Quantum Practical Application Research Community (QPARC) quantum communities. The aim of this community is to accelerate the adoption of quantum computing in the pharmaceutical industry. Our most recent community survey identified the lack of relevant use cases as the biggest barrier to adoption. This session will tackle this by looking at quantum use cases from leading organizations, and include a panel discussion to explore potential next steps for the industry.

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Produced by Pistoia Alliance, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), QuPharm, and Quantum Practical Application Research Community (QPARC)
Date Updated: 202111121625
Laurens Ligthart
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 9:15am-10:45am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 500 (For Quantum Professional)
Abstract A causal structure is a description of the functional dependencies between random variables. A distribution is compatible with a given causal structure if it can be realized by a process respecting these dependencies. Deciding whether a distribution is compatible with a structure is a practically and fundamentally relevant, yet very difficult problem. Only recently has a general class of algorithms been proposed: These so-called inflation techniques associate to any causal structure a hierarchy of increasingly strict compatibility tests, where each test can be formulated as a computationally efficient convex optimization problem. Remarkably, it has been shown that in the classical case, this hierarchy is complete in the sense that each non-compatible distribution will be detected at some level of the hierarchy. An inflation hierarchy has also been formulated for causal structures that allow for the observed classical random variables to arise from measurements on quantum states - however, no proof of completeness of this quantum inflation hierarchy has been supplied. In this presentation, I will talk about causal structures and the inflation technique and our recent paper (arxiv:2110.14659) in which we construct a first version of the quantum inflation hierarchy that is provably convergent. It takes an additional parameter, r, which can be interpreted as an upper bound on the Schmidt rank of the observables involved. For each r, it provides a family of increasingly strict and ultimately complete compatibility tests for correlations that are compatible with a given causal structure under this Schmidt rank constraint. From a technical point of view, convergence proofs are built on de Finetti Theorems, which show that certain symmetries (which can be imposed in convex optimization problems) imply independence of random variables (which is not directly a convex constraint). A main technical ingredient to our proof is a Quantum de Finetti Theorem that holds for general tensor products of C*-algebras, generalizing previous work that was restricted to minimal tensor products. A list of future meetings can be found here. https://tinyurl.com/quantum-spreadsheet Recordings of previous seminars can be found on the CFT PAN YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9KfozrSC_kGk9dHw_80AGfuNDU8I2TNl

Speaker: Laurens Ligthart, Laurens Ligthart
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Produced by Quantum Information and Quantum Computing Working Group
Date Updated: 202111261731
CEO Summit on Quantum Computing
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 10:00am-12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Agenda 1 December 2021, 10:00 AM ET - Virtual Event Chair's Opening Remarks: Ma?va Ghonda, Conference Chair and Chair, Quantum AI Insitute - Quantum Computing -The Blossoming Technology Empowering Discontinuous Innovations Keynote Interview: Rob Hays, CEO and President, Atom Computing - High Performance Computing Meets Quantum Computing Roundtable Discussion: Moderator: Ms. Jennifer Houston, CMO, D-Wave - The Business Case for Quantum Computing Panelists: Dr. Neil Abroug, Head of the French National Quantum Strategy, Gouvernement Fran?ais Dr. Hans Melo, CEO, Menten AI Mr. Taro Shimada, CEO of Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation; CEO of Toshiba Data Corporation; Executive Officer, Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer of Toshiba Corporation Mr. Masayoshi Terabe, Head of Quantum Transformation (QX) Dr. Mark Nicholas Jones, CEO, Molecular Quantum Solutions Featured Expert Presentation: Mr. Matt Johnson, CEO, QC Ware - Building a Quantum Computing Business Keynote Interview: Dr. John Martinis, CEO, Quantala - Quantum Computing: the Next 10 Years Featured Expert Presentation: Mr. Nir Minerbi, CEO, Classiq Technologies - The Future of Quantum Computing Software Roundtable Discussion: Moderator: Mr. Yuval Boger, CMO, Classiq Technologies Panelists: Mr. John Levy, CEO, Seeqc Dr. Oscar Diez, Head of Quantum Computing, European Commission Mr. Mike Brown, Chief Technology Officer at ISARA Corporation Dr. Lily Chen, Group Leader, National Institute of Standards (NIST) Dr. Michael Marthaler, CEO, HQS Quantum Simulations Dr. Fengqi You, Chair, PhD Studies, Cornell Systems Engineering Dr. Ludovic Perret, Chief Cryptography Officer, CryptoNext Security Dr. Bruno Huttner, Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantinque SA Keynote Interview: Dr. Vikram Sharma, CEO, QuintessenceLabs Keynote Interview: Dr. Michele Mosca, CEO, evolutionQ Speakers and Abstracts Conference Chair Maeva GhondaMs. Ma?va Ghonda, Chair Ma?va Ghonda is the editor-in-chief of the IEEE quantum computing newsletter, the host of the Quantum AI Series podcast, and the chair of the Quantum AI Institute. As a sustainability scientist, Ma?va's work is centered on technological innovations that tackle climate change for sustainable transformation, particularly: Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Prior to her transition to quantum computing, as the vice president and managing director of the mobility industry business of BayStreet Research, Ma?va was responsible for the global growth of the company's product and services portfolio used by industry leaders, such as Samsung. Before BSR, she worked at Motorola Mobility headquarters where she specialized in Corporate Strategy and Competitive Intelligence. She also previously worked at Zillion Health, a digital health company, where she specialized in Cybersecurity Strategy and Risk Management. At John Hancock, a financial services and insurance company, she specialized in Cybersecurity Risk Management to protect the crown jewels. Ma?va Ghonda's passion for quantum computing ignited while working as Joint Quantum Institute Scholar. Ma?va Ghonda is the founder and the chair of the flagship Quantum Computing Certificate Education Program for Workforce Development and the Quantum Executive Interview Series, both are quantum computing programs sponsored by IEEE Quantum and the IEEE Standards Association. Keynote Speakers Hays RQceo Rob Hays, CEO and President, Atom Computing Rob Hays is the CEO and President of Atom Computing, a company obsessed with building the world's most scalable quantum computers out of optically trapped neutral atoms. Rob has over 20 years of technology leadership, pushing the limits of compute performance and partnering with the world's largest technology providers to deliver computing platforms that accelerate innovation. Prior to joining Atom Computing, Rob was the Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Lenovo's Infrastructure Solutions Group where he led the growth and profitability strategy for Lenovo's data center products and services. Rob also served at Intel, where he was the Vice President and General Manager responsible for leading Intel's Xeon processor roadmaps, resulting in a period of unprecedented market leadership. Rob holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and two U.S. Patents. High Performance Computing Meets Quantum Computing Martinis.J qceoDr. John Martinis, Quantala Dr. John Martinis is a master inventor in Quantum Computing and the CEO of Quantala. Quantala's mission is to help build a fully functional quantum computer by identifying and solving technical roadblocks. Dr. John Martinis has been focusing on quantum computing since the late 1990s. He did pioneering experiments in superconducting qubits in the mid-1980s for his PhD thesis. From 2014 to 2020, Dr. John Martinis worked at Google to build a useful quantum computer, culminating in a quantum supremacy experiment in 2019. In 2014, Dr. John Martinis was awarded the London Prize in Low temperature physics for his work in this field. And, this year, Dr. Martinis was awarded the John Bell prize. Quantum Computing: the Next 10 Years We have entered an exciting era in quantum computing as many groups are building complex quantum systems out of different physical systems. In the search for useful applications, it will be important to test quantum computers with a variety of benchmarking tools and algorithms. Especially important will be validation of errors and error models as the system scales up in size. Sharma.V qceoDr. Vikram Sharma, QuintessenceLabs Dr. Vikram Sharma is the CEO of QuintessenceLabs. He founded and leads the Canberra-headquartered company, which is now at the forefront of the quantum cybersecurity industry. The company's capabilities have received many awards including global runner-up in IBM's SmartCamp competition, Top 20 Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow, Security Innovation Network's SINET16 Cyber Security Innovators, and most recently, recognised as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. Dr. Sharma holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the ANU, a Master of Science in Management (Sloan Fellow) from Stanford University, and a Doctorate in Quantum Physics from ANU. Dr. Sharma is also the recipient of the 2013 Pearcey State Award for Entrepreneurship, serves on several industry boards and is a member of the National Security College Futures Council at the Australian National University. Prior to QuintessenceLabs, Vikram successfully built several technology companies, including a consultancy firm providing IT services to the Government of Australia, and one of the first private ISPs in India. Vikram's TED Talk on 'How Quantum Physics can make Encryption Stronger', has had over 1 million views. michele moscaDr. Michele Mosca, evolutionQ Dr. Michele Mosca is the chief executive officer of evolutionQ Inc., an inventor, a professor, and the co-founder of the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. He has made significant contributions to the development of quantum computer algorithms and he pioneered implementations of quantum algorithms using nuclear magnetic resonance. Dr. Mosca earned his PhD in Mathematics in 1999 from Oxford on the topic of Quantum Computer Algorithms. His research interests include quantum computation and cryptographic tools. He is globally recognized for his drive to help academia, industry and government prepare our cyber systems to be safe in an era with quantum computers. Dr. Mosca's countless awards and honors include the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2013 and a Knighthood in the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2018. Featured Experts Johnson.M qceoMr. Matt Johnson, QC Ware Matt Johnson is the CEO of QC Ware, the quantum computing software company he co-founded in 2014. He was a captain in the Air Force, and subsequently worked in finance, becoming managing director of private equity and a partner in a principal finance fund at Apollo Management and, before that, managing director in principal investing at Credit Suisse. He is a strong advocate for U.S. government funding of technology startups and research. Building a Quantum Computing Business QC Ware builds quantum software to run on near-term quantum hardware. The company launched in 2014, a joint research agreement with NASA Ames' quantum computing group in hand. QC Ware's mission then and now is to be a force multiplier in achieving quantum advantage for both quantum software and hardware, and in sustaining the market edge of its enterprise customers. This talk presents a behind-the scenes look at how a hyper focus on practical quantum computing for customers and doing more with less can drive innovation in algorithm design and brisk revenue growth. Matt will begin with a brief overview of the quantum software landscape, highlighting the use cases that enterprises are excited about. He will share insights and learnings from the team's research collaborations with large global enterprises, government organizations, and quantum hardware companies. Matt also will highlight three landmark quantum algorithms the QC Ware team developed for customers in the chemistry, financial services, and pharma industries, applications for which extend beyond these sectors. Minerbi.N qceoMr. Nir Minerbi, Classiq Technologies Mr. Nir Minerbi is the CEO of Classiq Technologies. He has a history of leading cutting-edge technology teams to extraordinary outcomes. Mr. Minerbi has a Master's degree in Physics and is a graduate of the prestigious 'Talpiot' program. Classiq is the quantum software development company based in Tel Aviv that is accelerating breakthrough innovations with their revolutionary quantum algorithm design platform. Although it was founded?just a year ago?in May 2020, this impressive startup has already raised $14 million in venture funding. The Future of Quantum Computing Software Within the next few years, quantum computing is projected to make tectonic changes in huge industries. In order to be prepared for the quantum era, leading companies have already entered the field, trying to develop game-changing quantum algorithms for their needs. Currently, quantum algorithms development is an almost impossible task, as the quantum software stack is still in its infancy, and the programming is at the gate level. This presentation will focus on the quantum software stack, and how using a higher level of abstraction will enable the development of useful quantum algorithms. Panel Moderator Houston JQceoMs. Jennifer Houston, Chief Marketing Officer, D-?Wave Jennifer Houston is D-Wave's Chief Marketing Officer, after serving as Senior Vice President of Global Marketing and Public Affairs. Houston, who has led D-Wave's global marketing, public affairs, and communications strategy for the past three years, brings more than 20 years of experience in the technology and software industries. Prior to D-Wave, Houston was Vice President of Marketing at Apptio and a vital member of the senior leadership team who led the company to its IPO in 2016. She helped establish Pluck Disrupt, a marketing and communications consulting firm, and built the first digital marketing business at Waggener Edstrom Worldwide, an integrated communications and public relations agency known for its work with industry leaders like Microsoft. Boger.Y qceoMr. Yuval Boger, Classiq Technologies Yuval Boger is the chief marketing officer of Classiq Technologies. Boger has served as chief executive officer, chief marketer, and evangelist for technology companies from seed stage to NASDAQ. He led business and product development programs that generated over $200 million in revenue. Previous positions included CMO of a wireless power transfer company, CEO and co-founder roles in virtual reality, enterprise software, cybersecurity, and AgTech companies. Mr. Boger holds an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University and a Master of Science in physics from Tel-Aviv University. He is also a Talpiot graduate and laureate of the Israel Defense Award. Quantum Computing: Sustainability and Cybersecurity It is often the case that groundbreaking technologies can be used for both noble and sinister purposes. Quantum computing is no exception. In this roundtable discussion, the invited quantum computing experts will explore several potential impact areas for quantum computing, including: breaking the encryption of financial systems, providing new solutions for our climate challenges as well as promising new communications and encryption technologies that are practically unbreakable.

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Produced by IEEE
Date Updated: 202111221532
QUANTUM COMPUTATION FOR QUANTUM FIELD THEORIES AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 11:00am-12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 500 (For Quantum Professional)
Theoretical predictions of the properties and dynamics of quantum many-body systems of importance to nuclear physics research, from field theories to dense and/or non-equlibrium matter to systems of neutrinos, require, in many instances, beyond classical computational resources. As highlighted by Feynman and others, such systems may be amenable to quantum simulations in the future. The very first steps are now being taken towards this objective. I will discuss the potential and status of this newly emerging area of quantum simulations for nuclear physics.

Speaker: Martin Savage
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Produced by Project QuantHEP - Quantum Computing Solutions for High-Energy Physics
Date Updated: 202106200916
Event 4: Quantum Computing meets Business
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 12:00pm-1:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Welcome to the 4th meetup of our group 'Quantum Computing meets Business - Rhineland'! For this event we have invited the Dr. Juris Ulmanis, research leader at Alpine Quantum Technology (AQT) as a guest speaker. AQT is based in Innsbruck (Austria) and is the first European hardware supplier for quantum computers. It was founded by a group of leading scientists with a longterm experience in ion trap technology. AQT is also the first vendor who managed to fit its quantum computing hardware into existing 19''-rack cabinets. The meetup will be held in English. After the speaker slot, we have a time buffer for open questions. Agenda: 18:00 - 18:15 - "Welcome Note" by organizers 18:15 - 19:00 - Ion trap Quantum Computers at AQT, by Dr. Juris Ulmanis (Alpine Quantum Technology) 19:00 - 19:15 - Q&A Session Abstract: ... coming soon :-) If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to contact us. To reach us, you can use the inline chat of Meetup or our email addresses (kathy.nickelsen[at]sva.de, jens.marre[at]dual-software.de & christopher.zachow[at]sva.de). Best Regards, Kathy Nickelsen, Christopher Zachow and Jens Marre

Speaker: Dr. Juris Ulmanis, Alpine Quantum Technology
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Date Updated: 202111091641
QuConv XII: Bleximo - A Superconducting Startup
Wed., Dec. 01, 2021, 12:30pm-2:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
DATE: Wednesday, Dec 1st, 2021, 9:30AM PT Sign up to receive the Zoom link! We are hosting two speakers from Bleximo at QuConv XII. Bleximo is a superconducting quantum computing startup based in Berkeley, California. Bleximo utilizes 'quantum accelerators' that work together with classical computers to solve classically impractical/impossible problems. Fabio Sanches will talk about software at Bleximo. Fabio got his PhD from Berkeley focusing on quantum information theory and quantum gravity. He worked at QC Ware as their Quantum Computing Services Lead before joining Bleximo as their Head of Quantum Engineering. Ziggy Q Kotchetkov will be focusing on hardware, specifically cryogenics. Ziggy got his Bachelor's from Harvard in mechanical engineering in 2016 and joined the quantum computing industry through Bleximo in 2017 as their mechanical engineer. Sign up link: https://quantum.sv/post/668754949539315712/quconv-xii-bleximo-a-superconducting-startup Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81942894286?pwd=c25ndit3MjlwNGxGa3ZIVmNZVjQrUT09 Meeting ID: 819 4289 4286 Passcode: 855674

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Date Updated: 202111302316
Thu, Dec 02
Quantum Marketplace: Quantum Control Electronics
Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 1:00pm-2:15pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
This month's Quantum Marketplace webinar will feature QED-C members who are providers, users, and experts on quantum control electronics, including Quantum Microwave, XMA Corporation, Marki Microwave, and more! Use this link to join the meeting: https://sri.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItc--uqjMjGSSTQjTGO0MgpY6uQPWxwkY Check out the Quantum Marketplace website and YouTube channel - and feel free to share these with your networks! https://quantumconsortium.org/quantum-marketplace/ https://quantumconsortium.org/marketplace-webinars/

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Date Updated: 202111222119
Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now
Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 6:00pm-9:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The event is a no-cost time-effective TRIPLE PLAY: learning for beginners, QC professional speaker, and interaction with industry providers. About this event Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now CIQC (Challenge Institute for Quantum Computation) and CITRIS (Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society) Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now image The Quantum Computing at Berkeley (QCB) team will introduce fundamental ideas behind this exciting technology, as well as talk about relevant research and initiatives happening on campus. Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now image Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now image Jack Hidary, Director of AI/QC at Alphabet and author of Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach, will discuss the impact of quantum technologies in both research and industry. The pace of investment in quantum computing platforms has increased significantly in the last six months which is already bringing more talent into the sector. Jack will discuss the various approaches that different companies are taking to build these machines and the development of applications for quantum platforms. Jack will also cover quantum technologies beyond computing, such as quantum sensing and quantum secure communications. The talk is for a general audience; no knowledge of quantum physics is required. Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now image Why Quantum Computing Deserves Your Attention, But Especially Now image Please forward this announcement to those who might find this event interesting. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Email: contact@qcb.berkeley.edu

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Date Updated: 202111291837
Quantum Biology: Unraveling the Spin Physics of Biosensing at the Nanoscale
Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
?Substantial in vitro and physiological experimental results suggest that similar coherent spin physics might underlie phenomena as varied as the biosensing of magnetic fields in animal navigation and the magnetosensitivity of metabolic reactions related to oxidative stress in cells. If this is correct, organisms might behave, for a short time, as 'living quantum sensors' and might be studied and controlled using quantum sensing techniques developed for technological sensors. I will outline our approach towards performing coherent quantum measurements and control on proteins, cells and organisms in order to understand how they interact with their environment, and how physiology is regulated by such interactions. Can coherent spin physics be established - or refuted! - to account for physiologically relevant biosensing phenomena, and be manipulated to technological and therapeutic advantage? ?About the Host ?Prof. Clarice D. Aiello is a quantum engineer interested in how quantum physics informs biology at the nanoscale. She is an expert on nanosensors harnessing room-temperature quantum effects in noisy environments. Aiello received her Ph.D. from MIT in Electrical Engineering and held postdoctoral appointments in Bioengineering at Stanford, and in Chemistry at Berkeley. She joined UCLA in 2019, where she leads the Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab.

Speaker: Prof. Clarice D. Aiello, UCLA
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Date Updated: 202110281118
Quantum Biology: Unraveling the Spin Physics of Biosensing at the Nanoscale
Thu., Dec. 02, 2021, 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
?Substantial in vitro and physiological experimental results suggest that similar coherent spin physics might underlie phenomena as varied as the biosensing of magnetic fields in animal navigation and the magnetosensitivity of metabolic reactions related to oxidative stress in cells. If this is correct, organisms might behave, for a short time, as 'living quantum sensors' and might be studied and controlled using quantum sensing techniques developed for technological sensors. I will outline our approach towards performing coherent quantum measurements and control on proteins, cells and organisms in order to understand how they interact with their environment, and how physiology is regulated by such interactions. Can coherent spin physics be established - or refuted! - to account for physiologically relevant biosensing phenomena, and be manipulated to technological and therapeutic advantage? ?About the Host ?Prof. Clarice D. Aiello is a quantum engineer interested in how quantum physics informs biology at the nanoscale. She is an expert on nanosensors harnessing room-temperature quantum effects in noisy environments. Aiello received her Ph.D. from MIT in Electrical Engineering and held postdoctoral appointments in Bioengineering at Stanford, and in Chemistry at Berkeley. She joined UCLA in 2019, where she leads the Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab. Q-munity Host Contact the Host Join Details Once you register, you will be able to join the event.

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Produced by Q-munity
Date Updated: 202111292344
Sat, Dec 04
QISC 502 Electrical Engineering, ** WEEK 04** 4-wk course, aspiring Quantum Master Students
Sat., Dec. 04, 2021, 9:30am-11:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
NOTE: *** All aspects of this course are subject to change; this is a trial run for an eventual university course *** QISC 502 Foundations of Electrical Engineering for Quantum Information Science (QIS) Topics: Signals and Systems Analog Signal Processing Frequency Domain Digital Signal Processing Information Communication This is a university-like, 4-week preparatory, university-graduate-level course for individuals who: 1) are planning to **apply** to a university quantum-oriented Master degree program; or 2) have been **accepted** into a formal, university, masters degree program and starting their courses in the coming months. This course will prepare you for beginning a masters degree program, it is **not** a quantum technology course....we save that material for your for-credit degree course, whichever university you ultimately attend. The topics within are aligned with the entry requirements and expectations of the quantum technology master degree programs at several universities from around the globe. The purpose of this course is to close any skill gaps an individual may have when entering a master degree program. Scheduled Class Meetings: Saturday, November 13, 2021 09:30-11:30 [USA/Eastern] [19:00 India] Saturday, November 20, 2021 09:30-11:30 [USA/Eastern] [19:00 India] Saturday, November 27, 2021 09:30-11:30 [USA/Eastern] [19:00 India] Saturday, December 4, 2021 09:30-11:30 [USA/Eastern] [19:00 India] Students' knowledge-level are expected to be at least in their last two years of a university undergraduate degree. College graduates from "years ago" are, of course, invited as we are looking to **prepare** individuals for a Master Degree in a Quantum-related technology. The curriculum of this course is based directly from the program prerequisites expected the programs in this list: https://masterdegrees.tryquantum.org/ This course consists of assignment-based, activity-oriented, graduate-level, university-like lectures, assignments, and projects. These weekly live sessions will not available for replay to the public. A certificate of completion will be provided to students who complete the program and the assessment exams. A certificate of Participation Course lecture weekly attendance will be taken and reported in the competition certificate. These certificates are a powerful way to beef-up your degree application; we are in direct conversation with numerous master degree programs to formalize this concept. Mid-week office hours/TA-sessions will be scheduled. There is no fee associated with enrolling in this course...it is free to you; however, you are expected to be doing the work! If you are interested in a Master Degree in a quantum technology, see this site for a global list of programs: https://masterdegrees.tryquantum.org/

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Produced by Harristown Quantum Technologies Master Degree Incubator / Quantum Technologies - Master Degree Programs (Globally)
Date Updated: 202111070128
Schrodinger's Class - Quantum for high school teachers
Sat., Dec. 04, 2021, 10:00am-Sun., Dec. 05, 2021, 12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Quantum for high school teachers Learn how to teach quantum in your high-school class, and gain the tools to do it. A free online workshop series for 2021 Schr?dinger's Class 2021 will be held as a series of online micro-workshops this fall, geared toward lessons that can be implemented both in-person and virtually. Registration is free and open to all interested teachers, but space is limited. APPLY NOW FOR Schr?dinger's Class Online workshop schedule 2021 Schr?dinger's Class will be offered in two identical sessions. Successful applicants will be asked to sign up for either Session 1 (evenings) or Session 2 (weekend).

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Produced by University of Waterloo
Date Updated: 202109081309
OneQuantum Argentina - Building the Quantum Ecosystem
Sat., Dec. 04, 2021, 1:00pm-3:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Summary: The quantum era is underway! Many nations, including the UK, USA, China, Canada, France, Germany, and India have created national quantum strategies to fund and accelerate the development of quantum technologies. Having worked for the 1bn+ UK quantum programme to develop the UK's quantum computing ecosystem, Rupesh shares his insights in ecosystem development and the challenges to bring Argentina into the quantum world.Bio:Dr Rupesh Srivastava was responsible for developing the UK quantum computing ecosystem for 5 years at the UK quantum computing technology hub led by Oxford University. Rupesh has 20 years experience in startups and consulting, and is a coach, mentor and advisor. He is also President of OneQuantum Argentina, with a mission to bring Argentina into the quantum era. Moderator: John Barnes , co-founder of Entangled Positions Tentative co-moderators: Pawel Gora, CEO of Quantum AI Foundation, Sam S. Kaul, researcher of University of Oxford

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Produced by Washington DC Quantum Computing Meetup
Date Updated: 202111102352
Mon, Dec 06
QTEdu Open Master Launch Event
Mon., Dec. 06, 2021, 10:00am-12:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
QTEdu Open Master Launch Event oin experts in Quantum Technology from across Europe for the launch event of the pilot - live on zoom at 16:00 CET. Learning opportunities Hear how you can get involved in an open pilot which will give you unique opportunities in your Quantum Technology education! Cutting edge Learn about the cutting-edge of quantum technology research and teaching innovations.

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Produced by QTEdu
Date Updated: 202111251338
Tue, Dec 07
Quantum Computing Startup Founders Discussion Panel
Tue., Dec. 07, 2021, 8:00pm-9:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
An amazing set of quantum computing entrepreneurs will talk about the challenges and triumphs that are unique to quantum computing startups. About this event The event will be a hybrid event with both a virtual and physical audience. The discussion panel will include a brief introduction form the executive director of Duality Chuck Vallurupalli and an hour long Q&A between the startups and the moderator. Zoom links for the virtual audience will be sent prior to the event! In-person attendees MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER COVID-19: To ensure the safety and public health of our Stanford University community, visitors who have been invited to campus must attest that they have screened themselves prior to arriving

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Produced by Duality,QBraid
Date Updated: 202111301511
Wed, Dec 08
Quantum Computing with AWS
Wed., Dec. 08, 2021, 12:00pm-1:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 300 (For Quantum Enabled)
Session Overview Quantum computers are machines that process information encoded in objects whose behavior is governed by quantum physics. This nascent technology has the potential to impact how we approach today's most challenging computational tasks. Recent advances in quantum hardware and software now make this technology accessible beyond a handful of scientific laboratories. Discover Amazon Braket, a fully managed quantum computing service designed to help speed up scientific research and software development for quantum computing, and practical considerations for breaking into this exciting interdisciplinary field. Speaker Tyler Takeshita, PhD, is a quantum solutions architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Prior to joining AWS, he was the lead of quantum technology at Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America, a Daimler company. Tyler received his PhD in Chemistry in 2015 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, specializing in theoretical quantum chemistry. He then went on to be a postdoctoral fellow in the College of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Produced by Amazon
Date Updated: 202111221906
The Quantum Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges
Wed., Dec. 08, 2021, 3:30pm-4:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Join the Quantum Working Group at ATARC for an open meeting presentation by Eric Miller on The Quantum Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges for Canada from his published October, 2021 policy paper (download here). Mr. Miller is also the President of Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, a cross-border consultancy that advises clients on government affairs, economics, cybersecurity and geopolitical developments. He previously served as Vice President of Policy, North America and Cybersecurity at the Business Council of Canada, which represents the CEOs of the 150 largest companies in Canada. He also was responsible for leading its work in the United States and Latin America and on border/supply chain issues, transportation policy, and anti-corruption rules. He led the Council's policy work on cybersecurity, technology and telecom issues. Before joining the Council in 2013, Mr. Miller represented Industry Canada at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. He was responsible for advising senior Canadian officials on U.S. economic, political, and technology issues. He served as a member of the Canadian negotiating teams that designed Canada's 2009 investments in the restructuring of the Chrysler and General Motors and the 2011 Canada-U.S. Beyond the Border Action Plan. He holds a Master's Degree in International Affairs from Carleton University, a Graduate Diploma from the Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and a Bachelor's Degree (Honors) from Saint Mary's University. He is fluent in Spanish and French. Eric Miller Eric Miller Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute Contact Working Group Program Manager, Kiersten Patton, at kpatton@atarc.org to be added to this presentation.

Speaker: Eric Miller, Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute
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Produced by ATARC
Date Updated: 202111241411
Thu, Dec 09
Author's Book Presentation: Quantum Programming Illustrated
Thu., Dec. 09, 2021, 12:00pm-1:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Dr. Aleksandar Radovanovi?, from Quantum Computing Institute, Cape Town, will present his book Quantum Programming Illustrated. This book is for a generation of programmers and aspiring programmers who are enthusiastic about the future of computing. By including practical examples, it aims to provide an accessible introduction to quantum programming. Biography Aleksandar Radovanovic obtained his degree in electronic engineering at the University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering. He received his PhD at the University of The Western Cape in South Africa. Aleksandar is a founding member of the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia where he worked as a computational scientist for 12 years. In September 2021 he founded the Quantum Computing Institute in Cape Town which is now in the startup phase. All applicants will be able to attend this meetup via the zoom application. Link for attending will be sent just before the event. We are looking forward to another gathering!

Speaker: Aleksandar Radovanovic, Quantum Computing Institute, Cape Town
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Produced by Quantum Serbia
Date Updated: 202111191203
Fri, Dec 10
Andrea Coladangelo, qBraid: Quantum Cryptography Seminar
Fri., Dec. 10, 2021, 4:00pm-5:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
Quantum Cryptography is one of the many exciting and game-changing areas of research in application of quantum computing. Come listen to one of the leading researchers in the field talk about his research experience and perspective on quantum cryptography. To access the meeting, click on "Access the Event".

Speaker: Andrea Coladangelo
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Produced by qBraid
Date Updated: 202110132140
How to Join the Quantum Workforce? - Prepare for Industry
Fri., Dec. 10, 2021, 4:00pm-5:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Register here to receive the Zoom link Building quantum technology requires a lot of people with different backgrounds (physicists, electrical engineers, computer scientists, software engineers, chemists, ) and it can be overwhelming to consider a career in quantum science and information. By attending this series of public virtual events hosted in partnership with the Center for Quantum Networks Engineering Workforce Development, participants will learn from students and researchers in the field what it is like to work in quantum science and get advice on navigating the various pathways. This and future panels in this series will be dedicated to share information on careers in the field of quantum science and information. This is fifth and last panel in this series will focus on industry, how to be competitive in the job market, and how to land a job with the company of your dream. The panel will be recorded and available shortly after the event in our video gallery. SPEAKERS IN THE PANEL - Teresa Brecht, Quantum Device Physicist, HRL Laboratories - Zlatko Minev, Quantum Device Design Research Scientist, IBM - Melanie Sinche, Interim Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Career Center, University of Saint Joseph. Register here to receive the Zoom link How to Join the Quantum Workforce Video Series

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Produced by Yale Quantum Institute
Date Updated: 202111222123
Sat, Dec 11
Introduction to Quantum Computing
Sat., Dec. 11, 2021, 7:30am-9:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Hey Guys, Would you like to know about the Quantum Computing? We're coming up with a session on Introduction to Quantum Computing. This session is for anyone who wants to know about Quantum Computing and about Quantum Computing India. Register here: https://forms.gle/whusWKN2Tnm22GVf9 When: December 11th 2021 (Saturday), 6 PM IST onwards Repeat: December 19th 2021 (Sunday), 6 PM IST onwards Please keep this image in your WhatsApp status and the registration link, also spread the word with your family, friends and colleagues. - Team QCI

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Produced by Quantum Computing India
Date Updated: 202111302309
What If Jupiter is a Naturally Formed Quantum Computer?
Sat., Dec. 11, 2021, 1:00pm-3:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
Jupiter Orchestration: Scientist found Jupiter with itsenormous gravitational field, plays an important protective role.By deflecting comets and asteroids that might otherwise hit Earth,Jupiter has helped to create a more stable environment for life toevolve her?e. It regulate other planets path. -Super conducting loops-annealing:Demystifying spinning storms in Jupiter - Quantum annealing processors ?naturally return high and low-energy solutions;formed in zone and band belts .Total 9 circles in Jupiter represents 9 planets connection.They moving in opposite direction to each other. Similar to QC,Jupiter build up a fabric of quantum Qubits. State 1 in up belt.State 0's in down zone .Einstein's hidden variable : Jupiter

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Produced by Washington Quantum Computing Meetup
Date Updated: 202111102350
Sun, Dec 12
Quantum Internet - Coming Soon
Sun., Dec. 12, 2021, 8:00pm-9:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Smaller-scale quantum internets have been built and an international-scale quantum Internet is coming soon. Tonight, I will delve into the engineering issues and solutions for this technology.

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Produced by Chicago Quantum Computing Revival
Date Updated: 202111221254
Wed, Dec 15
Quantum Challenge Cultivation event
Wed., Dec. 15, 2021, 5:00am-7:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
This is a briefing on the next Quantum ISCF Funding Competition and the progress of the NQTP Quantum Hubs About this event This is an event to share advance information on the next ISCF Quantum competition we expect to launch in Jan 2022. It will be preceeded by a short 15 min talk by each of the four ISCF Quantum Hubs. https://ukri.zoom.us/j/98702965711

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Produced by UKRI Quantum ISCF Team
Date Updated: 202111291652
Sat, Dec 18
Why Pauli Exclusion Principle Applies to Bosons: A Deep Dive
Sat., Dec. 18, 2021, 1:00pm-3:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 400 (For Quantum Ready)
Topic : Why Pauli Exclusion Principle Applies to Bosons: A Deep Dive into the Future Quantum Computing &Hardware from A Chemical Physics Perspective Abstract: A broad understanding of the full definition of the Pauli Exclusion Principle (PEP) will be discussed and an explanation of how it applies to both fermions and bosons is key to unlocking the promised potential of quantum computing applied to quantum chemistry. The symmetry requirements on the total wave function for fermionic and bosonic states will be explored in great detail and then simplified to demonstrate the current state of quantum computing and the assumed hardware. The factorial (exponential) dependence of PEP will be emphasized to explain how the scientific community has traditionally overcome this complexity in classical computing. PEP incorporating the Born-Oppenheimer approximation will be highlighted and a discussion of how it is being exploited in quantum computing will be provided. Examples will be shown for small atoms and molecules and a discussion of the potential future of quantum chemistry and computing will be the focus of the presentation. Biography: Dr. Keeper L. Sharkey is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ODE, L3C (ODE) and is emphasizing quantum services as a social benefit focusing on quantum education, ethics, and sustainability. Her current project is promoting the Quantum Logical Electrons and Nuclei (QLEAN?) algorithm, a quantum virtualization methodology that specifically overcomes the limitations of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation and alleviates the factorial dependence of quantum chemistry computations without losing important quantum information. ODE has applied for a U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for Quantum Information Technology simulations subcategory. She is currently writing a book on Quantum Chemistry related to Quantum Computing for beginners with Alain Chance, a Qiskit Advocate, as a co-author. Keeper obtained her PhD in Chemical Physics from the University of Arizona in May of 2015 and remains a Designated Scientific Research Campus Colleague. SHer postdoctoral faculty appointment at Washington State University in 2016/17 was focused on deriving algorithms for learning the physical properties of the theoretical material, metallic hydrogen. She has also spent time machine learning sequential marketing programs in the insurance and FinTech sector. She was appointed Chair of Quantum Applied Chemistry in September of 2019 at Quantum Security Alliance, of which ODE is a knowledge partner. She has participated in Quantum Business Europe (March 2021) as the moderator of End User applications (Chemistry and Pharma) where she led the discussions with Merck, Heisenberg Quantum Simulations (HQS), IBM, BASF, Qu&Co, Alpine Quantum Technologies (AQT), Alice & Bob, Fact Based Insight, Oxford Instruments, and Air Liquide. She has participated in QuantumTech Congress twice; once as speaker of a Lunch & Learn (September 2019) titled 'Non-Born Oppenheimer Algorithms for Quantum Chemistry & Computing' describing qubits/qudits potential computational variability and flexibility, and the other as a panelist of Quantum Ethics and as a speaker of the Start-up & Investor Showcase 'Highly accurate Quantum simulations for sustainability' (June 2020) Please visit: https://odestar.com Moderators: Pawel Gora (CEO of Quantum AI Foundation), Sebastian Zajac (member of QPoland)

Speaker: Keeper L. Sharkey, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ODE, L3C (ODE)
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Produced by Washington Quantum Computing Meetup
Date Updated: 202111062240
Sun, Dec 19
Introduction to Quantum Computing
Sun., Dec. 19, 2021, 7:30am-9:30am (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Hey Guys, Would you like to know about the Quantum Computing? We're coming up with a session on Introduction to Quantum Computing. This session is for anyone who wants to know about Quantum Computing and about Quantum Computing India. Register here: https://forms.gle/whusWKN2Tnm22GVf9 When: December 11th 2021 (Saturday), 6 PM IST onwards Repeat: December 19th 2021 (Sunday), 6 PM IST onwards Please keep this image in your WhatsApp status and the registration link, also spread the word with your family, friends and colleagues. - Team QCI

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Produced by Quantum Computing India
Date Updated: 202111302312
Tue, Dec 21
Entangling the Old and the New!
Tue., Dec. 21, 2021, 11:30am-1:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
What a superposition to end the year in! After a stand-out year in quantum in general and for our series of talks we've got a treat to end the year with. With so many wonderful guests giving such valuable insights we are now hosting a series of panel talks where we look back at 2021 and forward to 2022. The format is fun, informative, and unscripted. This spontaneous approach demonstrates the knowledge and personality of such a stellar and diverse lineup working without a safety net! We know the holiday period is a time to spend with friends so come and join us on and all! We even have a special twist on things for the last show of the year! We are experimenting with hosting methods so please follow Entangled Positions to ensure you keep up to date: https://www.linkedin.com/company/entangled-positions See less

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Produced by Entangled Positions
Date Updated: 202111291538
Y20220108
Creating Quantum Circuits for Hundreds or Thousands of Qubits
Sat., Jan. 08, 2022, 1:00pm-3:00pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Abstract: It's likely that the current way of building quantum circuits at the gate level won't scale when quantum computers have hundreds or thousands of qubits. What can we learn from other fields and how could we create sophisticated quantum circuits for the next generation of hardware? Speaker: Yuval Boger (M.Sc, Physics) is the Chief Marketing Officer of Classiq Technologies (www.classiq.io), a company pioneering a new approach to designing quantum computing circuits. Boger served as CEO and CMO for technology companies from the seed stage to NASDAQ. He is now focused on quantum computing and its broad societal impact. Moderator: Pawel Gora, CEO of Quantum AI Foundation

Speaker: Yuval Boger, Classiq Technologies
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Produced by Washington Quantum Computing Meetup
Date Updated: 202111102355
Y20220121
Density Operator
Fri., Jan. 21, 2022, 8:00pm-9:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 100 (For Quantum Explorer)
Real-world quantum systems and computations combine quantum uncertainty with uncertainty introduced by lack of information or noise. To deal with this and, for example, decoherence, we need a mathematical formalism known as the density operator or density matrix. Tonight, Dr. Deb Ghoshal, organizer of the Washington Quantum Computiing Meetup, will explain to us how this is done.

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Produced by Chicago Quantum Computing Revival
Date Updated: 202111161149
Y20220208
Quantum Days 2022 (Note: Event is not entirely free for all public)
Tue., Feb. 08, 2022, 11:00am-Thu., Feb. 10, 2022, 4:30pm (EST/GMT-0500) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
(Note: Registration is free for some, but not for entirely all of the public) Quantum science and technology is rapidly accelerating globally and is strategically important to Canada. Canada has a strong, growing coast-to-coast quantum community spanning from academia to government laboratories and industry. Sessions include talks by prominent speakers, panel discussions, and networking events enabling Canadians to showcase excellence in their fields. This three-day event brings Canada's quantum community to enable awareness and collaboration across the country.

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Produced by NanoCanada
Date Updated: 202111181513
Y20220408
Quantum Week at Yale
Fri., Apr. 08, 2022, 12:00am-Mon., Apr. 18, 2022, 11:59pm (EDT/GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 200 (For Quantum Climber)
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Produced by Yale Quantum Institute
Date Updated: 202111222128
Y20220414
World Quantum Day
Thu., Apr. 14, 2022, 12:01am-11:59pm (EDT/GMT-0400) [Start time local timezone converter]
selfURL Content Level: 000 (For Quantum Curious)
The World Quantum Day aims at promoting the public understanding of Quantum Science and Technology around the World. The World Quantum Day is an initiative from quantum scientists from 65+ countries, launched on 14 April 2021 as the countdown towards the first global celebration on 14 April 2022. It is a decentralized and bottom-up initiative, inviting all quantum scientists, engineers, educators, communicators, entrepreneurs, technologists, and their organizations, to organize their own activities, such as outreach talks, lab tours, debates, interviews, etc., to celebrate the World Quantum Day around the World.

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Produced by World Quantum Day
Date Updated: 202108171815

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