The London Quantum Computing meetup hosts regular talks on quantum computing and also provides opportunities for scientists, entrepreneurs and investors involved in the field to network and learn from each other.
London Quantum Computing: Quantum Computing Algorithms for optimised Planning and Scheduling (QCAPS)
Organised by London Quantum Computing
Join Roberto Desimone who will be presenting results of his InnovateUK feasibility study on 'quantum computing algorithms for optimised planning and scheduling'planning quantum-computing data quantum
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Quantum Finance - The Road To Business Applications
Featuring Marco Paini and Francis Lancan
Leading global banks like UBS, JP Morgan, Barclays, Mitsubishi UFJ, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia are investing or exploring applications in QC (Quantum Computing). While applying the technology to financial services applications is in its infancy, and the...data computational-finance finance quantum-computing
Exploring the World of Quantum AI by Running a Group
Featuring Paweł Gora
Paweł Gora takes us through his passion for AI, quantum computing and how he has explored them further through creating a Facebook group which is expanding to a sister one based for Warsaw!python quantum-computing django
Quantum Computing Takes Flight at D-Wave
Featuring Colin P. Williams
Come join Colin P. Williams for an insight into annealing-based quantum computing and how it can have applications in many diverse areas, from finance to counter-terrorism to particle physics! Don't miss it!data annealing quantum-computing d-wave
Platforms for quantum computing
Featuring Josh Nunn
Early computing research explored a range of possible platforms before silicon emerged as dominant. Quantum computing is still at an early stage, and the range of possible platforms is diverse, with important contenders being superconducting circuits, trapped ions, defect centres in diamond,...data platforms
Programming the world's first quantum computers using Forest
Featuring William Zeng
The first scalable universal quantum computers are now available, such as the 19 qubit processor built by Rigetti Computing. In this talk, Dr. Zeng will introduce a freely available open-source environment (Forest) for programming these devices.data python api forest