Organized jointly by QHungary, the Wigner Center for Physics Research and the Institute of Physics at BME, starting at 4 p.m., experts will debate whether computers based on the principles laid out by János Neumann will disappear with the advent of quantum computers.
At the meeting, Janos Asboth, associate professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and a senior researcher at the Wiener Physics Research Center, will deliver a lecture on the architecture of quantum computers. From a presentation by Zoltán Zimborás, head of the Quantum Computing and Informatics Research Group at the Wigner Physics Research Center, those interested can learn which computational tasks are worth researching in the medium term and how NISQ and other applications are learning. According to the introductory prospectus, both professionals are co-founders of the QHungary Group.
The event will be held online on the Zoom platform, participation is free for all, but pre-registration is required, and can be done at https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcvdu6rpjsiHtNxxPebUGxdBgkWReKl-GzC.
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