1QBit at American Physical Society March Meeting 2016

January 12, 2016

1QBit’s research on the Cartesian product of complete graphs method of embedding problems on quantum processors has been accepted for presentation at the 2016 APS March Meeting. Applied Research Lead Arman Zaribafiyan will be giving a talk titled “Systematic and Deterministic Graph-Minor Embedding of Cartesian Products of Complete Graphs,” which is based on the paper co-authored with fellow 1QBit researchers Dominic Marchand and S. Saeed C. Rezaei. The presentation is part of the session Adiabatic Quantum Computation and Quantum Annealing: Energy Landscapes, Speedup and Embedding. The session will be chaired by Daniel Lidar, Director of the University of Southern California Center for Quantum Information Science & Technology, and will include research presentations from Hartmut Neven, Technical Lead Manager, Image Recognition at Google, on quantum annealing, as well as from Davide Venturelli, USRA Science Operations Manager, Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at NASA Ames, on embedding parameters.

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