Distinguished Prof. Sabre Kais, "Quantum Machine-Learning for Complex many-Body Systems on Quantum Devices"
16 Aug 2022
In this talk, I will focus on quantum machine learning, particularly the Restricted Boltzmann Machine (RBM), as it emerged to be a promising alternative approach leveraging the power of quantum computers.
Technion symposium in honor of the 2022 Wolf Prize Laureates in Physics
13 Jun 2022
08:45to 14 Jun 2022
The symposium honors Professor Paul Corkum, Professor Ferenc Krausz, and Professor Anne L’Huillier -pioneers of attosecond science. Speakers include the three Wolf Prize Laureates, several other leading researchers in the field of attosecond science from major international institutions, Profess
Prof. Benjamin J. McMorran: "Shaping Electrons for Studies of Magnetism, Nano-optics, and Interaction-Free Measurements"
12 May 2022
Advances in optics and detectors for electrons enable new investigations of electron physics and quantum imaging techniques at the nanoscale.
Dr. Aharon Brodutch: "Multi-QPU quantum computation and optical quantum interconnects"
31 Mar 2022
15:30to 31 Mar 0022
Quantum computers are extremely difficult to scale up due to issues with noise, cooling, control, testing, and manufacturing that become more difficult as the number of qubits increases.
Dr. Michael Förtsch: "Photonic Quantum Technology"
24 Mar 2022
The targeted exploitation of new quantum effects will have a decisive influence on technological progress in the 21st century. Already today, the disruptive possibilities in the fields of computing, security and sensor technology are evident.
Dr. Michael Förtsch: "More public - Start up Quantum Technologies"
23 Mar 2022
The successful exploitation of Quantum Effects led to game changing products of the 20th century like the Semiconductor, the Atomic Clock and the Laser. We can already imagine the technological revolutions that the 21st century holds in store for the fields of computing, security and sensor technol
Eyal Bairey: "Learning quantum dynamics from steady states"
17 Feb 2022
Recovering the unknown dynamics of a quantum system is an increasingly important task for characterizing noises in quantum devices and for modeling quantum materials.