Dr. Taha Rouabah took part in the Quantum Science Days 2022 organized by QWorld

From June 1st to June 3rd, QWorld organized the second edition of the Quantum Science Days. In this scientific meeting, researchers and quantum enthusiasts from all over the world had a chance to present and discuss their research results.

Dr. Taha Rouabah presented the work of the quantum information research team1 at the University of Constantine 1 on Topological Quantum Computing (TQC). In his talk, he introduced TQC as a promising approach to quantum computing that aims to achieve fault-tolerance at the hardware level. He then explained how a topological qubit built with three Fibonacci anyons might be adopted to achieve leakage free braiding gate by performing a series of exchanges on its constituent anyons. Dr. Rouabah then showed how the Hadamard gate can be constructed using this scheme, providing the numerical results as well as the codes used for the task.

Following the presentation, which was held on the first day of the event, questions were asked by the participants in a Q&A session and were answered by Dr. Rouabah in the live Zoom meeting, and also on Discord by the other team members.

  1. Taha Rouabah, Nacer eddine Belaloui, Abdellah Tounsi, Mohamed Messaoud Louamri, Achour Benslama↩︎

Nacer eddine Belaloui
Nacer eddine Belaloui
Ph.D student in Theoretical Physics

PhD student in Theoretical Physics. Working on Cold Atoms and Quantum Computing.