February 28 (Wed) at 10:30 - 12:00, 2024 (JST)
  • Enrico Rinaldi (Senior Research Scientist, Quantum Machine Learning and Algorithms, Quantinuum K.K.)
Seishiro Ono

Trapped ion quantum computers, like the H-series quantum hardware by Quantinuum, robustly encode quantum information in long lived and precise qubits. However, utilizing the hardware efficiently requires a full-stack workflow from software libraries to hardware compilers. In this talk we introduce the relevant elements of this stack in the context of solving the quantum dynamics of a spin system on H-series hardware: we start from the definition of the Hamiltonian operator in the qubit Hilbert space using the open-source pytket python library and we define the quantum circuits in measurements to run, on a simulator first and on hardware later.

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