Monthly Archives: February 2020

CBDS Seminar Series: “Computational tools for multimodal analysis of single cell trajectories” by Nir Yos ef, PhD – 4:00 PM Brady Auditorium

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Statseminars CS Distinguished Colloquium, Wednesday, February 19, 2020 – 4:00pm

Event time:

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 – 4:00pm

Location:

Dunham Lab 220See map

10 Hillhouse Avenue

New Haven, CT 06511

Event description:

CS Distinguished Colloquium

Speaker: Prof. Umesh Vazirani, UC Berkeley

Host: Nisheeth Vishnoi

Title: Theoretical Reflections on Quantum Supremacy

Abstract:

The recent demonstration of quantum supremacy by Google is a first step towards the era of small to medium scale quantum computers. In this talk I will explain what the experiment accomplished and the theoretical work it is based on, as well as what it did not accomplish and the many theoretical and practical challenges that remain. I will also describe recent breakthroughs in the design of protocols for the testing and benchmarking of quantum computers, a task that has deep computational and philosophical implications. Specifically, this leads to protocols for scalable and verifiable quantum supremacy, certifiable quantum random generation and verification of quantum computation.