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Free Webinar: Quantum Reliability: Circuit Susceptibility, Faults, and Integration Issues

 
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Topic: Quantum Reliability: Circuit Susceptibility, Faults, and Integration Issues
Date: May 12 2024 Sunday 9:00 am - 11:00 am Eastern Daylight Time (America/New York)

Summary: Summary: Quantum computing is ushering in a transformative era in computation. The fundamental building blocks, qubits, exploit quantum physics to amplify computational parallelism and speed. Yet, these devices grapple with intrinsic noise and external factors like ionizing radiation, necessitating inventive strategies for enhanced reliability. Our presentation delves into vulnerabilities in current quantum technologies, exploring intrinsic noise with predictable effects and radiation-induced transient faults with unpredictable alterations to qubits. A focal point is the introduction of QuFI, the Quantum Fault Injector—an open-source tool designed to inject noise into quantum circuits for monitoring its propagation to the circuit output. QuFI serves as a valuable resource for scrutinizing the susceptibility of both qubits and circuits, identifying critical areas and primary sources of output corruption. As a case study, we showcase the application of QuFI to superconducting qubits, offering real-world insights into its efficacy. Additionally, we extend our exploration to the integration challenges of quantum computing with high-performance computing infrastructures. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the prevailing reliability challenges in quantum computing, fostering further research and innovative solutions in this evolving field.

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Dr. Edo Giusto, (IEEE and ACM member), received his B.S. degree in 2015, M.S. degree in 2017, and Ph.D. degree in 2021 from Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Currently, he holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Naples Federico II, Italy. Previously, Dr. Giusto served as a visiting postdoc at the Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center at Fermilab in Batavia, IL, US. This postdoctoral position was part of the Next Generation Internet Transatlantic Fellowship Program, funded by the European Commission under Horizon Europe. Dr. Giusto actively contributes to the field as a technical committee member for the IEEE QCE - Quantum Week conference and the IEEE CTSoc Quantum in Consumer Technology. His research interests revolve around quantum computing, encompassing applications of QC, problem mapping, and reliability and fault tolerance of QC devices, as well as the integration of QC in high-performance computing infrastructures.

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