Quantum Computation
and High-Energy Physics
Seminar
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Goals

The QuantHEP Seminar aims:

  • to present and discuss ideas and results on how Quantum Computing – and Quantum Technologies (QT) in general – can help address scientific challenges in High-Energy Physics (HEP), and how in turn HEP can bring new insights into Quantum Information Science;
  • to bring the QT and HEP communities closer together and foster their scientific collaboration.

The QuantHEP Seminar is an initiative of the research project QuantHEP – Quantum Computing Solutions for High-Energy Physics.

The acronym QuantHEP comes from the merging of the names of the sections of the arXiv used by the QT and HEP communities, respectively: Quantum Physics (quant-ph), and High-Energy Physics (hep-ex, hep-lat, hep-ph, hep-th).
 

Schedule & Venue

The QuantHEP Seminar takes places online in the first Wednesday of every month, at 17h00 Central European Time (in the corresponding Summer or Winter time, depending on the season).

The QuantHEP Seminar is streamed live on the QuantHEP Seminar YouTube channel. The video recording of the seminar and the corresponding slides will be made available on the QuantHEP Seminar website.

Duration

Each session of the QuantHEP Seminar is composed of a 45 minutes presentation, followed by a slot of 10 minutes for questions.
 

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Support

Project QuantHEP – Quantum Computing Solutions for High-Energy Physics, promoting the QuantHEP seminar, is supported by the QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies.

 

Scheduled Speakers

Scheduled Seminars

The QuantHEP Seminar takes places online in the first Wednesday of every month, at 17h00 Central European Time (in the corresponding Summer or Winter time, depending on the season).

Day 1
05 May 2021

The Fermilab Quantum Science and Technology Program

Quantum Science and Technology (QS&T) exploits quantum properties of physical systems for acquiring, communicating, and processing information beyond classical capabilities. Successful applications of QS&T could be beneficial, potentially transformational, for...
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Panagiotis Spentzouris
Day 2
02 Jun 2021

Towards simulating 2D effects in lattice gauge theories on a quantum computer

Gauge theories are the most successful theories for describing nature at its fundamental level, but obtaining analytical or numerical solutions often remains a challenge. We propose an experimental quantum simulation...
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Christine Muschik