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News and events

Current events QSciTech

Seminars/Discussions scheduled for July-August 2018

DateNameInstitutionSeminar Topic
13 July Ryan BabbushGoogleSimulating chemistry on realistic quantum computers
12 July Nicholas RubinRigetti ComputingImproving hybrid quantum algorithms through n-representability conditions
12 July R. Babbush & N. RubinGoogle & Rigetti ComputingDiscussion Meeting
24 July James ButlerConsultant on Diamond Materials and GrowthUnderstanding Diamond CVD:  the ‘Standard Model'
2 August Mishkat BhattacharyaRochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T)Optical Tweezer Phonon Laser
3 AugustMishkat BhattacharyaRochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T)Discussion Meeting
9 August Jon DowlingHearne Institute for Theorical Physics

Schrödinger's Web — Race to Build the Quantum Internet

16 August     Brian DolanMaynooth University Weighing a black hole: the definition of mass in general relativity
17 August Brian DolanMaynooth UniversityDiscussion Meeting

QSciTech journal club:

Time: Friday 27th July and Friday 10th of August from 13:00 to 14:00 pm.

Location: Multipurpose room

Chair: Yuval Sanders yuval.sanders@mq.edu.au AND Cyril Laplane  cyril.laplane@mq.edu.au

Purpose: To improve collaboration between members of QSciTech by providing a forum in which to share and discuss meaningful research in quantum science and technology.

Overview:

  • Takes the form of a shared lunch break once per fortnight.
  • Opportunity for QSciTech members to share news and discuss current research.
  • Each lunch is run by a chairperson, who is responsible for moderating discussion.
  • Each QSciTech member is encouraged to present an item for discussion.

Acceptable Discussion Items:

Any respectable scholarly output on the subject of quantum science and technology. Examples of possible discussion items:

  • Peer-reviewed journal publications.
  • Accepted Master’s or PhD theses.
  • ArXiv preprints.
  • Talks and lectures (should be transcribed).
  • Research blog posts.
  • Corrections or retractions (look at retractionwatch.org for inspiration).
  • Books or book reviews.

You are encouraged to present your own work!

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