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Intel Quantum Simulator: implementation, noise and optimization

An Overview of the LRZ QIC – lead by Luigi Iapichino, head of quantum computing, along with

  • Laura Schulz, Head of Strategic Development and Partnerships
    • Topic: Introduction to the QIC
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Schulz, Board Member of LRZ and TUM professor of Computer Architecture and Parallel Systems         
    • Topic: HPC-QC integration and DAQC project
  • Dr. Stefan Huber, Access, Account and Allocation Manager, LRZ Quantum Computing Team       
    • Topic: Atos QLM system and user access
  • Laura Schulz
    • Topic: What’s next for the QIC and what we need from the community

Deep dive: It is a pleasure to welcome to our meeting Gian Giacomo Guerreschi, Senior Research Scientist at Intel Labs and developer of the Intel Quantum Simulator, one of the leading simulators of gate-based algorithms on HPC systems.

Abstract: Classical simulation of quantum computers will continue to play an essential role in the progress of quantum information science, both for numerical studies of quantum algorithms and for modeling noise and errors. Here we present the latest release of Intel Quantum Simulator (IQS), an open-source simulator developed to take advantage of both multi-core and multi-node parallelization. We highlight the technical implementation of the distributed algorithm and discuss the recent “pool” functionality. The latter is particularly suitable to study the effect of decoherence and to emulate multiple quantum devices running in parallel. Finally, we discuss simulators as back-ends of quantum computing frameworks and demonstrate a compiler pass that speeds-up simulation.

We look forward to virtually meeting you on Wednesday! For your convenience, the contact details are copied below.

Best regards,

Laura Schulz, Head of Strategic Development and Partnerships

&

Luigi Iapichino, Group Leader, Quantum Computing

Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ)

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Bavarian Quantum Computing Community

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