Quantum Computing for Quantum Chemistry

Sep 11, 2021 · Toronto, Canada

Another Event Hosted by the Washington Quantum Computing Meetup Group!

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Topic abstract:
One of the most promising applications for Quantum Computing, and the first to be proposed, are its applications to Quantum Chemistry. In this talk, I would like to introduce the basic algorithms of Quantum Computing applied to Chemistry and their theoretical motivation. Then we will go over one Qiskit tutorial explaining the Variational Quantum Eigensolver and propose and solve an exercise on how to carry out similar calculations using Phase Estimation. The content of the talk can be thought of as foundational.

Pablo is Ph.D. candidate in Madrid, on the topic of quantum algorithms, mostly in the direction of fault-tolerant quantum computing. He is also a Qiskit advocate and has helped organize events in the Quantum Madrid community. More information about him can be found in https://www.linkedin.com/in/pablo-antonio-moreno-casares/

Moderator: Pawel Gora, Kareem El-Safty



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  • Quantum Computing and Data Science

    The future of computing has come out of the labs. Software development for quantum computing is happening in the GTA, and this meetup aims at bringing people from this fledgling industry together with anybody who wants to learn about quantum computing technology, its disruptive potential, and its application in fields as far ranging as fintech and biology.

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