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CERN QTI launches its new series of online lectures to explore quantum science

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As a follow-up to the first International Conference on Quantum Technologies for High-Energy Physics (QT4HEP22), the CERN Quantum Technology Initiative has organised a new lecture series in the framework of its education and training programme. Starting on 1 March 2023, the curated talks will cover various aspects of four key research areas: quantum theory and simulation; quantum sensing, metrology and materials; quantum computing and algorithms; and quantum communication and networks. The first lectures will capitalise on poster contributions submitted for QT4HEP22, but all young researchers and doctoral students who would like to present their ongoing research are welcome to give a talk. 

The primary goal of the programme is to provide a platform for young scientists to showcase their work and experiences, exchange ideas with fellow emerging professionals and bring new insights into the rapidly evolving field of quantum science. Each lecture is intended to raise awareness and understanding of the recent developments, opportunities and challenges in various areas of quantum research, and will also offer resources and tools to learn more about the topics covered independently.

Free and open to all, the online lectures will take place regularly, on Wednesdays, starting at 11.00 a.m. CET. They will be broadcast live for participants worldwide and will also be made available via Zoom to everyone who has a valid Indico account. All lectures will be recorded and published on the CERN QTI website and on the CERN Lectures YouTube channel to watch and re-watch in the future.

The first round of talks, coming up in March, is listed below, and a full list of lectures can be found here*. Join us as we explore the exciting possibilities of quantum technologies together! 

Wednesday, 1 March 2023

“Noisy gates approach for simulating quantum computers” by Michele Vischi and Giovanni Di Bartolomeo (University of Trieste)

The full information and connection details are available here.

Wednesday, 15 March 2023

“Classical Splitting of Parametrized Quantum Circuits” by Cenk Tüysüz (DESY)

The full information and connection details are available here.

Wednesday, 29 March 2023

“On the construction of useful quantum kernels” by Massimiliano Incudini (University of Verona)

The full information and connection details are available here.

*While accurate at the time of publication, the programme’s schedule may be subject to change. For regular updates, please check this page and follow CERN QTI on Twitter and LinkedIn. If you would like to express an interest in delivering a talk, please contact quantum-edu@cern.ch