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Webinar: Technologies for quantum computing - a bird's eye view.
In this webinar, we will explore the leading technologies for quantum computing. You will learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and about how to meaningfully compare the performance of very different quantum computers.
We will discuss the current status and future outlook of these technologies, and of quantum computing in general.

Dec 1, 2020 05:00 PM in Jerusalem

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Dr. Serge Rosenblum
@Weizmann Institute of Science,
Dr. Serge Rosenblum earned his PhD at the Weizmann Institute in 2014, where he performed research on quantum interactions of single photons with atoms, leading to several breakthroughs. In 2015, he moved to Yale University as a postdoctoral fellow. There, he developed strategies for fault-tolerant quantum operations, which are necessary to enable quantum computers to operate despite noise and imperfections. These advances helped him develop what is currently the world’s longest-lived artificial quantum bit. Dr. Rosenblum joined the Weizmann Institute’s Department of Condensed Matter Physics in April 2019, where he has set up the “superconducting quantum circuits lab” focusing on the elementary building blocks needed to achieve quantum information processing. He is particularly interested in finding new ways to prevent those building blocks from quickly “collapsing”, which is a major obstacle towards realizing useful quantum computers.