|Nazwa||Cykl wykładów z Informatyki Kwantowej|
|Tytuł||Fighting readout noise on quantum devices|
We invite you to the next meeting of the Warsaw Quantum Computing Group, 6.04 at 18:00!
This time, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will have a virtual meeting with remote only access (we will send the details to the registered people later). The talk "Fighting readout noise on quantum devices" will be given by Filip Maciejewski.
The number of seats is limited, so please register as soon as possible (no later than 5.04, EOD) using the form:
In this talk, I will focus on this task for the noise affecting quantum measurements. I will start by showing how to model noisy measurements using a standard formalism of quantum mechanics. I will explain under what assumptions it is possible to reverse the effects of measurement noise by classical post-processing (on the standard computer) of the experimental data. Then I will explain what are the effects of deviations from those assumptions for the mitigation procedure. Finally, I will present the results of experiments performed on IBM’s quantum device, including detector characterization and successful implementation of the mitigation procedure for experiments on up to 5 qubits.
The talk will be based mostly on the paper: arxiv:1907.08518
I also encourage you to check out a new GitHub repository we just started developing (all is in Python): https://github.com/fbm2718/QREM.
His research focuses mostly on the theory of quantum measurements, characterization of noise in quantum devices, and developing methods to mitigate it.
You can find the details on the event's website: https://www.facebook.com/events/660479084522906.
The meeting is organized by the Quantum AI Foundation with support of Daftcode - our strategic partner.
We hope to see you soon!
P.S.1 Let’s stay in touch on our Facebook group:
|Czas||Poniedziałek, 6 kwiecień 2020, godz. 18:00 CEST Seminarium odbyło się!|
Mgr Filip Maciejewski (CFT PAN)
|Organizatorzy||Mgr Paweł Gora; Prof Adam Sawicki; Prof Rafał Demkowicz-Dobrzański; Mgr Dawid Kopczyk; Mgr Witold Kowalczyk; Dr Piotr Migdał; Mgr Mateusz Macias;|