Quantum phase estimation with Fire Opal
May 23, 2023
Technical webinar series that covers a range of quantum control topics, products and research hosted by our expert team
Save time and resources by characterizing your quantum hardware and discover why your modeling doesn’t match your device's measurements. Hear firsthand how Boulder Opal makes characterization of a cold ion quantum computer easier, through automated system identification.
In this webinar we provide the basics in quantum sensing and its applications, and share how a “software-first” approach leveraging quantum control is essential for realizing the true potential of this emerging technology. You’ll hear just how much this technology has to offer from a team of world-leading experts in the theory and application of quantum sensing.
Watch this webinar and gain expert insights that empower you to apply quantum control to automate and improve the performance of your hardware, even in the presence of large uncertainties, noise, and decoherence. We’ll help you navigate through the confusing landscape of jargon to confidently choose the best approach for your needs.
This webinar introduces Q-CTRL's new tools to build autonomy in the operation of quantum computing hardware, and how the improved error rates we achieve impact on algorithmic success. Hosted by Dr Michael Hush Chief Scientific Officer at Q-CTRL.
In this quantum computing video - part of our Q-CTRL Webinar Series - Dr Michael Hush, Head of Quantum Science & Engineering, and Dr Harry Slatyer, Lead Quantum Product Engineer, will cover the following advanced quantum computing topics: 1) How to use quantum control to characterize unknown system parameters such as Rabi rates, axes of rotation for driven operations, and transmission-line band-limits. 2) How to measure the power spectrum of noise affecting your quantum devices, including special terms arising only in entangling-gate operations. 3) How to minimize spectral leakage in noise spectroscopy through properly shaped measurement pulses. 4) How to apply the novel machine-learning tools developed by the team at Q-CTRL to improve the efficiency and performance of these tasks.
In this webinar we share our American Physical Society March Meeting presentations and host a live Q&A session with the speakers. The Q-CTRL team cover the following APS March Meeting presentations in this webinar.