Gothenburg, or Göteborg, on Sweden’s west coast, is second in population only to the capital, Stockholm. Home of Volvo and two major universities, the city also holds several major cultural and sporting events. The Port of Gothenburg, seen in the background, is Scandinavia’s largest, with over 11,000 vessel calls each year from 140 destinations.
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Welcome to the workshop Frontiers of near-term quantum computing
, which will take place in Kollektorn, MC2, Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, 29 August - 1 September.
The workshop aims to
bring together researchers from the fields of computer science, quantum
information and chemistry to discuss theoretical and computational aspects of
near-term quantum computing, the capabilities and limitations of current
approaches, and strategies towards utilizing near-term hardware for
solving practical problems.
workshop will allow ample discussions and interaction, aiming to inspire
the next generation of researchers in this field. Junior participants from
your group are encouraged to participate and present a poster.
To facilitate the
attendance of parent researchers, it is possible to book a family room in
the direct vicinity of the conference hall (free of charge).
Sponsors: Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology (WACQT), Area of Advance Nano (AoA NANO), Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)
Registration is mandatory since the number of slots is limited. The registration will open spring 2023.