Quantum Computers consist one of the minor issues in the world of technology. And this is exactly the basic subject of discussion in the upcoming PyData Athens Meetup sponsored by Warply. In the context of this meeting, the Quantum computing and Quantum Registers and Hybrid Computing on QuTip are some of the subjects that will be discussed, with key note speaker Dimitris G. Angelakis.
Dimitris G. Angelakis, is an associate Professor at Technical University of Crete and Director of the research team Quantum Optics and Quantum Information and a senior researcher at the Center for Quantum Computation in University of Cambridge. Dimitris G. Angelakis is member of the editorial board in the Journal of Atomic and Molecular Physics magazine. Moreover, he is member of the American Physical Society, in the Institute of Physics UK and in the Institute of Physics Singapore.
About 3rd PyData Athens Meetup
The physical implementations from IBM, MS, Google and DWave are starting to get significantly large quantum registers. As a result of this, hybrid or quantum computing problem definition and solution, are feasible nowadays. IBM announced a year ago that with IBM Q they can offer quantum computing in research centers and companies.
Quantum computer is already a big challenge, so it’s really important to understand how quantum technologies are about to change whatever we used to know about computers until now. Quantum computers can operate algorithms in rapid ways, giving the chance to a brand to increase their status in the market race.
Taking as grant that quantum computers is the next big thing in the world of technology, it’s really important to fully understand the prospects of these computers and the changes that are about to happen in the world of technology.
Warply, one of the most innovative companies in Europe, proudly support and sponsor this event!