Quantum Computing Workshop

25 July 2018 to 27 July 2018
ANL Theory and Computing Sciences (TCS) Conference Center

Argonne National Laboratory, future home of the Aurora exascale system, will hold its first Quantum Computing Workshop from July 25-27, 2018, at the lab's Theory and Computing Sciences (TCS) Conference Center.

Participants will learn about the latest research and technologies in quantum computing. The workshop has four goals:

  • To inform attendees about the quantum computing programs at several participating institutions and highlight promising research opportunities
  • To serve as an incubator for future collaborations
  • To teach attendees about available tools for simulating quantum computers, and how to use them
  • To present state-of-the-art research in quantum computing
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