quantum computing lab
Gate42* is a newly formed scientific research group of physicists, computer scientists and developers based in Armenia. Our scientific interests include Quantum Information Theory, Near term applications of Quantum Computing, Quantum Algorithms, Quantum Simulation and Quantum Machine Learning. The group’s mission is to advance the quantum computing frontier and get closer to solving real world problems.
You can follow our progress on github. Check out our presentation at Rigetti QC Hackathon (Berkley) and our unitary.fund grant, program run by Will Zeng.
Some of our projects
A guide for researchers entering the area of Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Science.
Tutorials and exercises on various quantum computing algorithms.
Implementation of the "extrapolation to the zero noise limit" method of quantum error mitigation as a python package.
A graph coloring problem solution with Grover's algorithm.
A simulated network of quantum computers with a web interface for running distributed programs on the network.
Hrant Gharibyan - Stanford University / Google Google Scholar
Get in touch [email@example.com], [Facebook Page], [Facebook Group]
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