10:00 – 10:25

Quantum technology

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Quantum information processing in an optically addressed room temperature controllable quantum dots solid array.
I discuss the design principles for a novel quantum co-processor that operates at room temperature and can be integrated into a classical computer architecture. This addresses the challenge of harnessing quantum effects at ambient conditions and thereby opens the gates for many and diverse technological objectives. The project builds on interdisciplinary experimental, computational and theoretical progress in quantum sciences. It enables a massive parallel logic processing with preliminary experimental validation. I will also explore the information-theoretic content and mapping of the variables accessible in the device to establish a set of computing tasks for the quantum simulator, and data compaction of processes and surprisal analysis.


Raphael Levine

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Wolf Prize in Chemistry, 1988