Departamento de Física promove colóquio nesta quinta (25)
O evento acontecerá no auditório do Departamento, às 14h
O Departamento de Física da UFPE promove nesta quinta-feira (25) o colóquio “Hardware challenges for near term superconducting quantum processors”. O coloquialista será o pesquisador Sami Rosenblatt, do IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. O evento acontecerá no auditório do Departamento de Física, às 14h.
The outstanding progress in experimental quantum computing with superconducting Josephson-junction based qubits over the past few decades has pushed coherence times many orders of magnitude above that of the first measured. We are also in the midst of scaling towards complex architectures of multi-qubit processors where maintaining very low gate error rates at the limits supported by coherence times is extremely important. While the goal of fault-tolerant universal quantum computing is still some time away, early applications and demonstrations can be implemented on smaller scale near-term quantum systems. In this talk, I will look at the current status and discuss some remaining challenges.
Departamento de Física