This summer we are experimenting with a series of one-day mini-workshops throughout the summer in addition to the week-long workshop starting July 10. The goal is to foster more interaction around timely topics in quantum computing. Each mini-workshop will be devoted to an open question or theme, and will be designed to spawn an active collaboration for the rest of the week and beyond:

  • June 13: Provable NISQ Quantum Advantage

  • June 20: Minimum Quantum Assumptions for Cryptography
  • June 27: Rounding Schemes for Quantum Optimization

Topics for the week-long workshop will include benchmarking and error mitigation, cryptographic holography, NLTS, qPCP and unentangled provers, quantum algorithms and shallow circuits, and quantum error-correcting codes.