MAC-MIGS Deep Dive on Quantum Machine Learning – 5th/6th June
** Quantum Machine Learning **
We are pleased to invite PhD students and members of staff to attend a MAC-MIGS Deep Dive in Quantum Machine Learning with Francesco Tacchino (IBM, Zurich).
There will be two introductory lectures, a research seminar, and an opportunity to discuss with the speaker. The talks will be in G.03 Bayes Centre (Ground Floor). Registration is required:
Details and timetable are below.
All talks by Francesco Tacchino (IBM, Zurich)
Monday 5th June in G.03 Bayes Centre
|10.00-11.00||Introduction to quantum machine learning (Lecture 1)|
|11.00-11.30||Coffee, Tea, Biscuits|
|11.30-12.30||Introduction to quantum machine learning (Lecture 2)|
Monday afternoon chat at Bayes 5th floor (5.45) 15.00-16.00
Tuesday 6th June in G.03 Bayes Centre
|14.00-15.00||Quantum computing: technology and applications in the natural sciences (Research seminar)|
Organisers: Lehel Banjai, Des Johnston, Matias Ruiz
Over the last few decades, quantum information processing has emerged as a gateway towards new, powerful approaches to scientific computing. Quantum technologies are nowadays experiencing a rapid development and could lead to effective solutions in different domains including physics, chemistry, and life sciences, as well as optimisation, artificial intelligence, and finance. In this talk, I will review the state-of-the-art and recent progress in the field, both in terms of hardware and software, and present a broad spectrum of potential applications, with a focus on natural sciences and machine learning.