### Past Events

### [Seminar] On the quantum information of quantum interference

2022-06-16**"On the Quantum Information of Quantum Interference", **Professor Peter S. Turner, CEO of the Sydney Quantum Academy, Australia, discusses recent results on issues one faces when attempting to scale up photonic quantum computation.

### [Quantum Computation] Lecture 4: Shor’s Factorization Algorithm (quantum arithmetic and logic; quantum Fourier transformation)

2022-06-16JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 4: Shor’s Factorization Algorithm (quantum arithmetic and logic; quantum Fourier transformation) * *

### [Quantum Computation] Lecture 3: Quantum Teleportation and Superdense Coding (demonstrating quantum advantages)

2022-06-14JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 3: Quantum Teleportation and Superdense Coding (demonstrating quantum advantages)

### [Quantum Computation] Lecture 2: Physical Implementation of Quantum Gates and Circuits (evolving the quantum computer governed by Schrödinger’s equation)

2022-06-09JSPS Visiting Fellow Professor Jingbo Wang from the University of Western Australia gives a series of lectures on Quantum Computation.

Lecture 2: Physical Implementation of Quantum Gates and Circuits (evolving the quantum computer governed by Schrödinger’s equation)

### [Quantum Computation] Lecture 1: Quantum Computing Fundamentals (postulates of quantum mechanics; quantum bits, gates, and circuits)

2022-06-07Lecture 1: Quantum Computing Fundamentals (postulates of quantum mechanics; quantum bits, gates, and circuits)

### [Seminar] Phononic Frequency Combs

2022-05-18Title: Phononic Frequency Combs

Speaker: Dr. Adarsh Ganesan from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

### [Seminars] Macroscopic Quantum Machines

2022-04-07These seminars examine the science of how to bring macroscopic (large) systems into the quantum regime. The preparation of large Schrodinger cats is one of the long sought goals of quantum science. Researchers seek to do this for many reasons – to see if it can be done at all – does quantum mechanics still hold for large objects – is there new science that appears when objects become large/massive? Can macroscopic/large quantum systems be useful as precision sensors – and how can we preserve/protect the large scale quantum properties in such systems. These series of talks (experimental and theoretical), will show some facets/aspects of how some researchers are aiming towards the building of large Quantum Cats.

Coffee and Okinawan Donuts are supplied during the morning.

### [Seminar] Quantum-inspired manifold learning and feedback-based quantum optimization

2022-01-19Quantum-inspired manifold learning and feedback-based quantum optimization - Dr Mohan Sarovar (Sandia National Labs in California, USA)

### [Seminar:C700&Zoom] Non-linear effects in Hybrid Quantum Systems

2021-11-26Non-linear effects in Hybrid Quantum Systems--Prof. Bill Munro from NTT

### [Seminar] Blueprint for a Scalable Photonic Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computer by Dr. J. Eli Bourassa and Dr. Ilan Tzitrin, Xanadu

2021-11-24Blueprint for a Scalable Photonic Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computer – Dr. J. Eli Bourassa and Dr. Ilan Tzitrin, Xanadu