We invite you to attend a remote-only Episode XXIII of Warsaw Quantum Computing Group meetings.
On 14.12 at 18:00 CET Tomasz Stopa from IBM will give a talk: "How to get most of NISQ computers with Qiskit".
If you are interested, please register (no later than 13.12, EOD) using the form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIsEK_HO6x9hfzV-0MJzBAv7nPRIx4ZJbc_TB1zUjimmWdQw/viewform
Abstract from Tomasz:
Current Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) computers have multiple limitations. These are caused by gates and readout errors, topology limitation and the need to express more advanced gates with natively implemented ones. Additionally, limited relaxation and coherence times require high optimization of the circuits. However using NISQ computers with awareness and additional software help can give good results. The lecture will present Qiskit capabilities on how this can be done.
Tomek works in IBM Software Lab in Kraków. He obtained his PhD in Physics from AGH University of Science and Technology. With a background in theoretical solid-state physics he moved to software development many years ago ;). Currently works as a development manager in software licensing space. He is an IBM-Q Ambassador and IBM Master Inventor with many IT-related patents and publications.
You can find the details on the event's website: https://www.qaif.org.pl/events/warsaw-quantum-computing-group/next-meeting
Last but not least, we are going to record the meeting and make the video available later on our YouTube channel.
We hope to see you soon!
Quantum AI Foundation