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Emerging Protocols and Techniques for Distributed Quantum Computing

Start:

10/1/2020 at 3:55PM

End:

10/1/2020 at 5:10PM

Location:

(This seminar is a virtual talk)

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Peter Kogge

Peter Kogge

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Website: http://www.nd.edu/~kogge/
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Quantum computing will eventually reach beyond the confines of individual chips, expanding to complex networks consisting of dense compute clusters connected by optical interconnects. The development of such frameworks holds great opportunity for quantum communications as well as distributed computing methods, but advances in these areas will be limited without the development of appropriate protocols that address the quantum advantages and challenges that are intrinsic to quantum bit (qubit) and quantum "dit" (qudits in higher-radices) encoded data. In this talk, an overview of the architecture needed for quantum networking will be given. Techniques that take advantage of high-dimension quantum information for processing gains will also be proposed.

Seminar Speaker:

Kaitlin Smith

Kaitlin Smith

Kate is currently a CQE/IBM Postdoctoral Scholar within the EPiQC research group at the University of Chicago. Her current research involves technology-aware programming for quantum computers and high-dimensional quantum information processing. She graduated with a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University in December 2019.