Recently, much of the media attention has been focused on the race among nations and companies (including both hardware and software) to develop the Quantum Computers, which has been considered as the paradigm shift with reference to the classical computing technology.
This year, the IEEE S3S conference will hold a half-day tutorial on Quantum Computing (QC).
Highly regarded speakers will help to bridge the gap between “Quantum” world and semiconductor industry by offering educational lectures.
Dr. Louis Hutin and Dr. Silvano De Franceschi (CEA-Leti) will talk about fundamentals of QC and development of Si-CMOS compatible technology.
Prof. Edoardo Charbon (TU Delft) will give the audience a comprehensive picture of how to design the QC circuits and interface that with our classical world.
The tutorial is free-of-charge with Conference registration and will be held in the afternoon of Tuesday, October 16th.