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On January 27th, the Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) initiative for the promotion of Quantum Sciences and Quantum Technologies in Bavaria, in which our Chair for Quantum Theory of FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg is a founding member, has been successfully established. Just one year after the Bavarian state gov...

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Quantum Computing course Lecture, Winter Semester 2021-2022, Tuesdays 14.15 in lecture theater E (HE), see Univis. Lecture notes can be found here: Quantum Computing Lecturenotes. After the lecture, there will be a 5-days block course on Qiskit and applications to variational algorithms. Y...

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Superconducting Qubits Lecture, Winter Semester 2021-2022, Wednesday 14.15 in seminar room 02.779, see Univis. You can find more information on the StudOn page: https://www.studon.fau.de/crs4135160.html Link to join: https://www.studon.fau.de/crs4135160_join.html

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Deutsche Museum received one of Google's Sycamore quantum processors as an exhibit for a quantum computing milestone. Prof. Dr. Michael Hartmann, who worked in the Google team when the milestone experiment was finalized, explained the significance of the experiment in the handover press conference. ...

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Our PhD student Refik Mansuroglu was awarded with this year’s Ohm prize for his excellent master thesis "On the Kinematics, Spin and Statistics of Matter Fields in Loop Quantum Gravity" which he did at the Institute for theoretical physics III. This award is dedicated to the “support of young resear...

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The paper "Quantum approximate optimization of non-planar graph problems on a planar superconducting processor", on which Michael Streif, a PhD candidate in the Michael J Hartmann theory group, is a co-author, was published in Nature Physics. In this work, Google’s Sycamore quantum processor was ...

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