Les activités de l'INTRIQ
When : Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
Where : Pavillon Lassonde, Polytechnique Montréal
Organizers : Young INTRIQ researchers in collaboration with the INTRIQ Technological transfer & partnership committee
More information and registration on the event web site at IQID2017
CONFETI (CONFérence ÉTudiante de l'INTRIQ) is a yearly student conference sponsored by the INTRIQ. It attracts graduate students and post-docs in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science and engineering working on quantum computing related projects.
Where and when
The conference will take place on January 10-12, 2017 at the Hôtel Château Bromont in Bromont, Québec.
Aux frontières de la physique mésoscopique
Du 11 au 23 juin 2017
Parc national du Mont-Orford - Québec - CANADA
May 14-20 -> International Summer School on Quantum Materials
May 24-28 -> Cracking the enigma of cuprate superconductors Workshop
May 28-June 9 -> 16th Canadian Summer School on Quantum Information and 12th Student conference
June 12-15 -> Quantum Cavities Workshop
June 11-23 -> L'école de pointe aux frontières de la physique mésoscopique
More information at www.usherbrooke.ca/quantumsummer
When : August 7 to 12, 2016
Where: Québec City Convention Centre
Call for papers and registration starts: November 1st, 2015
Abstract submission deadline: March 18, 2016
Paper acceptance notice: April 1st, 2016
Early bird and presenting author registration deadline: May 1st, 2016
Registration an more information at: www.nano2016.org
Institut Transdisciplinaire d'Information Quantique (INTRIQ)
Third Workshop in Adiabatic Quantum Computing
Sponsored by Lockheed Martin, Sandia National Laboratories and Google
Workshop: Wed.-Sat., June 11-14, 2014
Location: University of Southern California, Davidson Conference Center, Los Angeles
For registration : http://www.isi.edu/events/aqc2014/home
This workshop is hosted and organized by the USC-Lockheed Martin Quantum Computation Center (QCC) and the USC Center for Quantum Information Science & Technology (CQIST).
Adiabatic Quantum Computing (AQC) promises to be robust to many noise sources that cause ordinary quantum circuits to fail, including environmental decoherence and imperfect control. While any quantum algorithm can be run on a universal adiabatic quantum computer in principle, combinatorial optimization problems appear to be the most natural for near-term devices. Understanding the landscape of AQC architectures and algorithms, and methods for realising them, continues to be an active and vibrant research area. The Third International Workshop on Adiabatic Quantum Computing (AQC 2014) brings together researchers from different communities to explore this computational paradigm.