Les activités de l'INTRIQ

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nov. 13, 2018

At Hotel Château Bromont

Organizer :
   Pr Guillaume Gervais, McGill University

90, rue Stanstead, Bromont QC J2L 1K6
Téléphone : 1 800 304 3433

Note : The INTRIQ Business meeting (reserved for members) will be held in room "Salle des cantons" on November 13th from 9h30 to 10h30

Registration

Chartered bus Berri-Bromont-Berri

Carpooling 

mai 15, 2018

Spring 2018 INTRIQ meeting, May 15 & 16th

At Hotel Château Bromont

Organizers:
   Pr Bertrand Reulet, Université de Sherbrooke
   Pr Glen B. Evenbly, Université de Sherbrooke

90, rue Stanstead, Bromont QC J2L 1K6
Téléphone : 1 800 304 3433

Note : The INTRIQ Business meeting (reserved for members) will be held in room "Salle des cantons" on May 15th from 9h30 to 10h30

Registration

Chartered bus Berri-Bromont-Berri

Carpooling

janv. 9, 2018

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 9-11, 2018 at the Hôtel Château Bromont in Bromont, Québec.

Schedule

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Registration

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Introduction à l'information quantique

juin 11, 2014
Posté par : Marc Leclair

AQC 2014


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.

The Workshop is a sequel to AQC 2012 (Albuquerque) and AQC 2013 (London).

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