Quantum Computing Seminar - ISC 2016

Monday, June 20 2016, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM [WEST]

hamburger alle 2, Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


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Monday, June 20 2016, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM [WEST]

About the event

Over the past year investment in quantum computing research has skyrocketed worldwide, as has interest in the potential of this revolutionary technology. D-Wave, the first quantum computing company, released its 1000+ qubit D-Wave 2X system, which has been installed at NASA Ames, Los Alamos National Lab and USC/Lockheed Martin.

Recent benchmark results from Google demonstrated a 100,000,000 times speedup over classical systems running simulated annealing and quantum Monte Carlo codes for the same problem, and numerous other third parties showed the potential for the technology in areas ranging from database query optimization to portfolio optimization to deep learning.

D-Wave is pleased to invite you to a seminar to learn more about quantum computing and how it might be applied to the most complex computing problems.



  • Introduction to quantum computing
  • Introduction to the D-Wave 2X quantum computers, the most advanced quantum computer in the world
  • Programming a quantum computer
  • Demonstrations
  • Q&A
  • Refreshments/networking

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D-Wave Systems is the first quantum computing company. Its mission is to integrate new discoveries in physics, engineering, manufacturing, and computer science into breakthrough approaches to computation to help solve some of the world’s most complex challenges. Our flagship product, the D-Wave 2X™ computer system, is built around a novel type of superconducting processor that uses quantum mechanics to massively accelerate computation. D-Wave’s customers include some of the world’s most prominent organizations including Lockheed Martin, Google, NASA and Los Alamos National Labs. For more information, visit: www.dwavesys.com. For questions about this event contact Susan Davis, sdavis@dwavesys.com

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