CQTech at QWorld’s Quantum Science Days 2023
CQTech was proud to participate in QWorld Quantum Science Days 2023 (QSD 2023), an online scientific meeting organized by QWorld to provide opportunities for the quantum community members to present and discuss their research at all academic ranks and expand their network. This is our second consecutive participation in QWorld’s global event.
CQTech was represented at QSD 2023 by Dr. Taha Rouabah, the principal investigator of CQTech, who was a member of the Program Committee and a session Chair, and by CQTech’s young researchers, who presented the group’s research progress on topological quantum computing (TQC).
In his talk, Abdellah Tounsi introduced the field of TQC and then presented a systematic way to generate the braid matrices. These matrices are a set of operators that can be used to simulate the braiding of anyons. This work is significant for the development of topological quantum computers, which are a type of quantum computer that uses the braiding of anyons to perform computations.
Abdellah’s talk was followed by a demonstration of TQSim presented by Nacer Belaloui. TQSim is an open-source package that allows users to simulate topological quantum computations through anyon braiding. TQSim is a valuable tool for enthusiasts and researchers who are working on topological quantum computing.
Find TQSim on Github at https://github.com/Constantine-Quantum-Tech/tqsim.
CQTech members were pleased to participate in QSD 2023 and share their research with the quantum community. The international conference was a great opportunity to learn about the latest advances in quantum computing and to network with other researchers in the field.