Introduction to Hybrid Quantum-Classical Programming Using C++ Quantum Extension
DescriptionHybrid quantum-classical algorithms would be the most important quantum applications in the next few years. The frameworks based on C++ have demonstrated significant performance advantages compared to Python-based frameworks when handling scalable quantum applications. In this tutorial, we will introduce the principle of quantum computation and the basic concept of hybrid quantum-classical variational algorithms, and then we will present a C++ quantum SDK, developed by Intel, to perform efficient execution of variational algorithms. We will also demonstrate how a hybrid quantum-classical program is written, compiled, and executed on the platform. This tutorial will be highly interactive. Participants will get hands-on experience in writing C++ code to solve chemistry problems such as estimating the ground state energy of an H2 molecule, and graph problems such as MaxCut.
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TimeMonday, 14 November 20221:30pm - 5pm CST
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Emerging Technologies
Heterogeneous Systems
Post-Moore Computing
Quantum Computing
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