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WIE ILC Spotlight Quantum Revolution

IEEE Women In Engineering ILC
Spotlight Session: Quantum Revolution Led by Women in Tech
01 June 2022 | Recorded Event

Take a journey into the technological revolution centered around Quantum. Learn how quantum computing has the potential to exceed classical computing capabilities. This panel of experts from academia, government, and industry share their perspectives and experiences on quantum computing and its impacts and real world applications.

This special session of the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference (ILC) is now available to view on demand.

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Feature Article


Quantum computing: When the right direction is random

ASU researcher Christian Arenz and his team are refining quantum computing algorithmsalgorithms take on quantum-computer workloads till the qubits come to town

Christian Arenz wants to harness the yet untapped powers of quantum computing, an emerging field that sits at the intersection of computer science, physics and engineering.

The assistant professor of electrical engineering in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, part of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, is working to develop new algorithms to enable advanced quantum computing capabilities in collaboration with Sophia Economou, the T. Marshall Hahn professor of physics at Virginia Tech.

Read more at ASU News

Technology Spotlight

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Quantum – Are We There (or Close) Yet? No, Says the Panel

19 November 2022

For all of its politeness, a fascinating panel on the last day of SC22 – Quantum Computing: A Future for HPC Acceleration? – mostly served to illustrate the wariness of quantum computing felt by significant portions of the HPC community and the enthusiasm felt by those directly involved in quantum computing development.

About the only thing really agreed upon was quantum computing remains very young and that there has been a tremendous amount of hype surrounding it.

Read more at HPCwire