9:30 - 17:00
The meeting focuses on bringing together two of the most powerful computing technologies available today – HPC and quantum computing. While quantum computing is a promising, but still developing field, maximal benefit and most useful applications can be achieved by integrating it in capable HPC centers as a support machinery. Quantum experts from academia and industry will delve into questions:
- What are the current state and challenges of HPC integration?
- What are the technology requirements and compatibility?
- How to collaborate and accelerate the integration?
Together we will explore techniques of implementing Quantum Computers in HPC centers, visit IQM’s lab and connect with collaboration and business partners. For attending the lab visit signing a visitor NDA is required. Also check out the QBN Meeting on Looking Beyond User Access and Simulators the next day in Espoo, Finland. Join the informal evening dinner on 24 November. Dinner is on us sponsored by IQM. Stay tuned for the speaker announcements.
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Kuan Yen Tan
CTO & Co-founder
Head of Sector Quantum Computing
(Acting) Department Head, Quantum Computing and Technologies / Head of Strategic Development and Partnerships
Head of Partnerships
CEO and Co-Founder
Software Development Lead
Orange Quantum Systems
Chief of Product
data cybernetics ssc
SVP Quantum Cloud Services
Johannes Verst, QBN
Kuan Yen Tan, IQM
|EC Quantum Computing Initiatives
Oscar Diez, European Commission
|Quantum: Preparing for the next wave of supercomputing
Laura Schulz, LRZ
|Bringing quantum acceleration to HPC Centers
Peter Eder, IQM
|Lab visit & networking|
|Bridging the gap between high-performance classical and quantum computing
Niels Bultink, Qblox
|Quantum Chip Diagnostics within HPC environments
Kelvin Loh, Orange Quantum Systems
|QphoX: Optical Interfaces for Scalable Quantum Computing
Robert Stockill, QphoX
|Quandela takes on Computing with Photons and HPC
Jean Senellart, Quandela
|The Challenge at Rymax-One: Connecting HPCs to Quantum Computers
Carsten Blank, data cybernetics ssc
David Rivas, Rigetti
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