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SmallTalks - Chemistry Meets Quantum Computing: A New Era of Simulation and Study

Välkommen till ett seminarium i serien SmallTalks [about Nanoscience] arrangerat av Styrkeområde Nano. 

Talare: Werner Dobrautz, postdoc vid institutionen kemi och kemiteknik, avdelningen kemi och biokemi, Martin Rahm's grupp.
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Abstrakt: Quantum computing is a type of computing where information is processed using quantum bits (qubits) instead of classical bits, which allows for much faster and more powerful computation. However, current technology for quantum computing has some limitations, such as not being able to hold onto information for long, having errors in the operations, and not having enough qubits to do meaningful calculations. In the first part of this talk, I will present why computational chemistry - the field of research that uses computers to simulate and study the behavior of atoms and molecules - can benefit from quantum computing. I will present a novel method that allows to perform meaningful chemistry calculations even with the limited number of available qubits of current quantum computers.