Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Quantum Computing devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Getting started with quantum software development Quantum machine learning with PennyLane Quantum computing hardware and control systems The role of open source in building quantum computing ecosystem from scratch
Context of a developing country
Quantum Advantage and Quantum Computing in the Real World Quantum circuit optimisation, verification, and simulation with PyZX SimulaQron - a simulator for developing quantum internet software The Role of Open Source Frameworks in Quantum Computing and Technologies Computing with TensorNetwork & QML Tools Quantum classifiers, robust data encodings, and software to implement them Quantum computer brands: connecting apples and oranges Quantum Open Source Foundation
Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Getting started with quantum software development Tomas Babej 10:30 11:00
  Quantum machine learning with PennyLane Joshua Izaac 11:05 11:40
  Quantum computing hardware and control systems Felix Tripier 11:50 12:25
  The role of open source in building quantum computing ecosystem from scratch
Context of a developing country
Hakob Avetisyan 12:35 13:10
  Quantum Advantage and Quantum Computing in the Real World Mark Mattingley-Scott 13:20 13:55
  Quantum circuit optimisation, verification, and simulation with PyZX John van de Wetering 14:05 14:40
  SimulaQron - a simulator for developing quantum internet software Axel Dahlberg 14:50 15:25
  The Role of Open Source Frameworks in Quantum Computing and Technologies Jack Hidary 15:35 16:10
  Computing with TensorNetwork & QML Tools Stefan Leichenauer 16:20 16:55
  Quantum classifiers, robust data encodings, and software to implement them Ryan LaRose 17:05 17:40
  Quantum computer brands: connecting apples and oranges Petar Korponaić 17:50 18:25
  Quantum Open Source Foundation Mark Fingerhuth 18:30 19:00