Quantum Science Seminar #53 - Quantum Computing
"Quantum computing in industry"
Quantum computing promises to solve seemingly intractable problems. In the medium term, both optimization and chemistry will likely be the only impactful applications for this novel technology. In this talk, an overview of quantum computing in industry with a focus on optimization is presented. It is argued that quantum optimization machines are still superseded by classical approaches on CMOS for the foreseeable future. However, problem modeling as well as physics-inspired algorithms present new, potentially transformative ways to solve hard combinatorial optimization problem across industries. This is illustrated with a new hybrid algorithm for combinatorial optimization problems.
 Philipp Hauke, Helmut G. Katzgraber, Wolfgang Lechner, Hidetoshi Nishimori, and William D. Oliver
"Perspectives of quantum annealing: Methods and implementations"
 Maliheh Aramon, Gili Rosenberg, Elisabetta Valiante, Toshiyuki Miyazawa, Hirotaka Tamura, and Helmut G. Katzgraber
"Physics-Inspired Optimization for Quadratic Unconstrained Problems Using a Digital Annealer"
 Alejandro Perdomo-Ortiz, Alexander Feldman, Asier Ozaeta, Sergei V. Isakov, Zheng Zhu, Bryan O’Gorman, Helmut G. Katzgraber, Alexander Diedrich, Hartmut Neven, Johan de Kleer, Brad Lackey, and Rupak Biswas
"Readiness of Quantum Optimization Machines for Industrial Applications"
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Here you can find the recording of the last lecture by John Doyle about "Laser Cooling of Polyatomic Molecules".