An ICTP Hybrid Meeting. You can submit your application for participation in presence or online.
Adiabatic quantum computing and quantum annealing are promising technologies to be used in near-future quantum devices. The conference, hosting the annual Adiabatic Quantum Computing Conference AQC2022, will deal with academic and basic studies of these topics, with a broad focus. It will bring together world-leading experts in quantum science and technologies from different areas of condensed matter, photonics and atomic-and-molecular physics to discuss together their latest results and viewpoints. The scientific focus will be on theoretical, numerical, and experimental trends. The meeting will collect, as is well established in Trieste, the world community active in these fields, for fruitful encounters and exchanges, and with an intense mixing of theoretical, simulation and experimental experiences, including emerging countries, in line with the mission of ICTP. In addition to about 12 invited speakers, a number of shorter contributed presentations will also be accepted.
Quantum annealing hardware
Open quantum systems
Quantum annealing simulation and benchmarks
Optimal control for closed and open systems
Efficient encoding schemes
Basic theories of quantum annealing and related topics
M. AMIN, D-Wave, Canada
L. CAMPOS VENUTI, USC, USA
N. CHANCELLOR, Durham University, UK
H. CHEN, LBNL, USA
S. DISSELER, MIT LIncoln Laboratory
D. FERGUSON, NGC, USA
D. FRANÇA, University of Copehagen, Denmark
K. MICHIELSEN, Jülich Forschungszentrum, Germany
M. MOHSENI, Google, USA
S. SUZUKI, Saitama Medical University, Japan
P. WARBURTON, UCL, UK
Y. YAMAMOTO, NTT Research, USA
>>Participants are encouraged to submit abstracts for contributed talk.
>>A number of short oral presentation slots will be available for some of them upon selection.
>>During the application please make sure to use our templates to format your abstract in PDFs. Templates are available below for download.
Grants:A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries.
There is no registration fee.