# Dresden 2020 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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## TT 11: Focus Session: Simulating Quantum Many-Body Systems on Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum Computers (joint session TT/DY)

### TT 11.4: Hauptvortrag

### Montag, 16. März 2020, 16:45–17:15, HSZ 03

**Quantum computing and its applications in chemistry and physics** — •Ivano Tavernelli — IBM Research - Zurich

Quantum computing is emerging as a new paradigm for the solution of a wide class of problems that are not accessible by conventional high performance computers based on classical algorithms. In the last few years, several interesting problems with potential quantum speedup have been brought forward in the domain of quantum physics, like eigenvalue-search using quantum phase estimation algorithms and evaluation of observables in quantum chemistry, e.g. by means of the hybrid variational quantum eigensolver (VQE) algorithm. The simulation of the electronic structure of molecular and condensed matter systems is a challenging computational task as the cost of resources increases exponentially with the number of electrons when accurate solutions are required. With the deeper understanding of complex quantum systems acquired over the last decades this exponential barrier bottleneck may be overcome by the use of quantum computing hardware. To achieve this goal, new quantum algorithms need to be develop that are able to best exploit the potential of quantum speed-up. While this effort should target the design of quantum algorithms for the future fault-tolerant quantum hardware, there is pressing need to develop algorithms that can be implemented in present-day NISQ (noisy intermediate scale quantum) devices with limited coherence times. In this talk, I will introduce the basics of quantum computing using superconducting qubits, focusing on those aspects that are crucial for the implementation of quantum chemistry/physics algorithms.