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TERATEC 2019 Forum
Workshops - Wednesday June 12

Workshop 2 - 09:00 to 12:30
Quantum computing : which applications will benefit ?
Chaired by Cyril ALLOUCHE, Atos and Henri CALANDRA, Total

Turning analog quantum computation into hybrid shallow digital quantum computation

By Simon MARTIEL, Senior Expert, Atos Quantum Lab

In this talk, we will describe a large class of hybrid algorithms obtained by relaxations of discretization of analog quantum computations. We will detail a proper derivation of this discretization procedure for a particular set of problems, namely combinatorial optimization problems. Then we will briefly describe methods to generate ad hoc quantum circuits implementing such algorithms.

Biography : After graduating from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, Simon Martiel studied at the Université Nice Sophia Antipolis where he prepared his PhD on Cellular Automata for non-euclidean, dynamical geometries. Simon joined the Atos Quantum team in 2017 working on quantum programming languages, circuit optimization, and applications.

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To find the workshops of previous TERATEC Forum editions dealing with Quantum computing and download the presentations.

Chaired by Guillaume COLIN DE VERDIERE, CEA

Quantum Computing: Moving Out of the Lab and Into the Real World
Bob SORENSEN, Vice President of Research and Technology and Chief Analyst for Quantum Computing, HYPERION RESEARCH

Atos QLM, a future-proof approach to quantum computing
Christelle PIECHURSKI et Thomas AYRAL, ATOS

Quantum computing with superconducting qubits – Towards useful applications
Stefan FILIPP, Technical Leader Quantum Computing, IBM Research Zurich

Leading the evolution of compute: Quantum Computinge
Anne MATSUURA, Director of Quantum Applications and Architecture, INTEL Labs

Scalable Quantum Computing approach at Microsoft
Bernard OURGHANLIAN, Chief Technology & Security Officer, MICROSOFT France

Quantum Computing at Google
Kevin KISSELL, Cloud technical director, GOOGLE

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