Thrilled for my upcoming 6 hours of lectures with 5,000 of you who signed up for the inaugural @qiskit Global Summer School #QiskitGSS.

This is by far the largest quantum summer school I have ever heard of. I will lecture on #quantum #computers and #superconducting devices. Image
In the first three hours I will cover how to go from a qubit in Hilbert space to a real one, in a real or artificial atom.

The summer school is a two-week intensive summer school designed to empower the next generation of quantum developers with the knowledge to explore Image
quantum applications on their own.

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Oct 5, 2020
After years of efforts,

The Energy-Participation Ratio (EPR) for the design and quantization of a #quantumcomputing chip now on the #arXiv
arxiv.org/abs/2010.00620

Glad the EPR method seems to already be useful to some 25+ groups
github.com/zlatko-minev/p…

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“Where is the energy?”

is the only question you need to ask & answer to design both the dissipative budget and the quantum #Hamiltonian of any #quantum device

— irrelevant of its topology or the constitution of its nonlinear elements.
The answer to this question is the Energy-Participation Ratio (EPR) p — a number between 0 and 1,

which says how much of the energy of a mode is stored in a nonlinear element (e.g., Josephson junction).

The EPR is the key to the classical-to-quantum bridge for #quantumcircuits
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Aug 17, 2020
Had a great chat with @unitaryfund about #pyEPR for #quantum design, excited to get some of us using pyEPR for a working group meeting sometime soon.

DM me if you want to join.

pyEPR: ow.ly/D2Vl50AYRkm

#quantumcomputing #python Image
If you can’t DM me - just reply here and I can follow you so we can DM
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Jul 22, 2020
JOB POST:

As PI, I am looking to hire two full-time, full-stack experienced #python developers for #quantum #computing for an exciting and growing project I started and lead here with a wonderful and growing team based out of New York.

MAIN POST: ibm.co/39lWOI8 (see...
requirements here)
Second post: ibm.co/2ZRAMda

Required Technical and Professional ...
Expertise:
* Must have strong python developer skills (6+ years)
* Must have strong knowledge of object-oriented software design principles

Preferred Technical and Professional ...
Expertise
* Quantum physics background and education
* Some experience with physics or engineering simulations

Ideal to know: defining abstractions & interfaces, PEP8, linting, magic methods in python, github, software design principles, rapid prototyping speed, demonstrated ...
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Jun 17, 2020
Thrilled to share that I have been named on the @MIT @techreview’s global list of 35 Under 35 Innovators! (technologyreview.com/innovator/zlat…) I feel truly humbled and super excited to be recognized alongside the inspiring honorees who have done extraordinary work. Image
“Congratulations on being named one of this year’s Innovators Under 35! Each year since 1999, we’ve selected exceptionally talented young innovators whose work we believe has the greatest potential to transform the world. Previous winners include Larry Page and Sergey Brin,
the cofounders of Google; John Rogers, a materials scientist at the University of Illinois; Jonathan Ive, the chief designer of Apple; Helen Greiner, the cofounder of iRobot; and Max Levchin, the cofounder of PayPal.” -- MIT Technology Review
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