Introduction to Quantum Computer Programming, Part II

Richard Chen

  • IBM T. J. Watson Research Center


  • 9am EDT, Wednesday, June 24, 2020


Quantum computing has reached promising progress in recent years, and many researchers are exploring its capabilities to find more efficient solutions. This talk will illustrate the differences between quantum computer programming and current computer programs, and then walk through a few examples using the publicly available IBM Q and Qiskit platform. The examples include problems in chemistry, optimization, and machine learning.

About the speaker:

Richard (Chun-Fu) Chen is a Research Staff Member at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. His research background is on image/video processing, computer vision, and quantum computing. His research focus includes cognitive visual analytics, which balances performance and speed on resource-limited devices, and software tools for quantum computing.