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QuantHEP – Quantum Computing Solutions for High-Energy Physics is a research project whose key goal is to develop quantum algorithms as a solution to the increasingly challenging, and soon intractable, problem of analysing and simulating events from large particle-physics experiments.

Project QuantHEP bring together researchers from the Physics of Information and Quantum Technologies Group at Instituto de Telecomunicações in Portugal, from the National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy, and from the Quantum Computing Group of the University of Latvia.

QuantHEP is funded through QuantERA, the European cofund programme in Quantum Technologies.

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QuantHEP Seminar, Jesse Thaler

Jesse Thaler 2

3 November 2021, online

QuantHEP Seminar, Martin Savage

Martin Savage 2

1 December 2021, online

G. Magnifico, T. Felser, P. Silvi, S. MontangeroLattice Quantum Electrodynamics in (3+1)-dimensions at finite density with Tensor Networks, Nature Communications 12, 3600 (2021). Get PDF

Magnifico G., Felser T., Silvi P., Montagero S.. Lattice Quantum Electrodynamics in (3+1)-dimensions at finite density with Tensor Networks. Nature Communications 12: 3600, 2021.
Get BibTeX
@article{g.2021lattice,
  title={Lattice Quantum Electrodynamics in (3+1)-dimensions at finite density with Tensor Networks},
  author={G., Magnifico and T., Felser and P., Silvi and S., Montagero },
  journal={Nature Communications 12},
  year={2021},
  pages={3600}
}

D. Magano, A. Kumar, M. Kālis, A. Locāns, A. Glos, S. Pratapsi, G. Quinta, M. Dimitrijevs, A. Rivošs, P. Bargassa, J. Seixas, A. Ambainis, Y. Omar, Investigating Quantum Speedup for Track Reconstruction: Classical and Quantum Computational Complexity Analysis, arXiv:2104.11583 (2021). Get PDF

D. Magano, A. Kumar, M. Kālis, A. Locāns, A. Glos, S. Pratapsi, G. Quinta, M. Dimitrijevs, A. Rivošs, P. Bargassa, J. Seixas, A. Ambainis, Y. Omar. Investigating Quantum Speedup for Track Reconstruction: Classical and Quantum Computational Complexity Analysis. arXiv: 2104.11583, 2021.
Get BibTeX
@article{d. magano 2021investigating,
  title={Investigating Quantum Speedup for Track Reconstruction: Classical and Quantum Computational Complexity Analysis},
  author={D. Magano and A. Kumar and M. Kālis and A. Locāns and A. Glos and S. Pratapsi and G. Quinta and M. Dimitrijevs and A. Rivošs and P. Bargassa and J. Seixas and A. Ambainis and Y. Omar},
  journal={arXiv},
  year={2021},
  pages={2104.11583}
}