Towards physical Quantum relevancy of superconducting Quantum computers – QSS 2021

Physical quantum simulation is a promising near-term application of emerging quantum hardware. The capabilities of superconducting quantum devices have increased dramatically over the past 5 years from few qubit simulations to those involving tens of qubits and hundreds of entangling…

Towards physical Quantum relevancy of superconducting Quantum computers - QSS 2021

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Physical quantum simulation is a promising near-term application of emerging quantum hardware. The capabilities of superconducting quantum devices have increased dramatically over the past 5 years from few qubit simulations to those involving tens of qubits and hundreds of entangling gates. Present devices are thus expected to enable quantum simulations to move beyond toy models to those of physical relevance. In this talk, I will describe our team’s simulations of two physically relevant systems in chemistry and condensed matter physics. The simulations, of the electronic dynamics of iron sulfur clusters and the preparation of a symmetry-protected topological phase, employ close to 10 qubits and around a hundred entangling gates and are thus among the most complex simulations performed on superconducting hardware to date.

Speaker: Austin Minnich

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