Technical webinar series that covers a range of quantum control topics, products and research hosted by our expert team
Noise characterization and reconstruction
Q-CTRL notebook: Noise characterization and reconstruction
Cold Ions: Obtaining robust, configureable, multi-qubit gates
Q-CTRL notebook: Cold ions
Superconducting qubits: Improving the performance of the cross resonance gate
Q-CTRL notebook: Superconducting qubits - Improving the performance of the cross resonance gate.
Superconducting qubits: Improving the performance of single qubit gates
Q-CTRL notebook - Superconducting qubits: Improving the performance of single qubit gates
An introduction to robust control
The 'introduction to robust control' webinar dives into the topic of robust quantum control, providing an introduction to the practical hardware challenges facing quantum computing today and a discussion of how robust control can help address them. The webinar includes a coding tutorial with Boulder Opal demonstrating how to improve the performance of a cloud quantum computer.
Suppressing errors on real quantum computers
The suppressing errors on real quantum computers webinar explores how quantum control can improve the performance of quantum computing hardware - in the lab or in the cloud. The presentation introduces how to create error-robust quantum logic, and implement solutions on IBM Q hardware using the OpenPulse framework. We describe experiments using model-based optimization and also demonstrate the first use of reinforcement learning to discover novel quantum logic operations that outperform standard gates.