PhD Fellowship “Theory of Quantum Algorithms”

A PhD Fellowship is being offered to work in Deep Quantum Lab – lead by Prof Jacob Biamonte at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. It is anticipated that the candidate will defend in either VAK 01.04.02 Theoretical Physics or 01.01.03 Mathematical Physics.  Applications are now open. Experience in quantum theory/computing is not required.  Students who[…]

Leading Research Center on Quantum Computing (agreement No. 014/20) Enacted

In the first quarter of 2020, our joint large-scale project was approved to form a National Center of Excellence for Quantum Computing as part of the nations Digital Economy Program. The Leading Research Center on Quantum Computing (agreement No. 014/20) was formed through a collaboration from Principle Investigator’s from the Russian Quantum Center (RQC), the Skolkovo[…]

Deep Physics MSc Projects — Skoltech MSc class of 2020 

We still have two openings to advise MSc students.   Deep learning and quantum computing. We have several ongoing and new projects to select from that apply deep learning to understand physics.  We also use statistical mechanics and quantum theory as a mathematical tool to understand e.g. the informatic properties of deep neural networks.  For[…]

MIT-MISTI-Skoltech Quantum Interns 2019

Following the success of last years MIT PhD Student interns (Dax Koh and Mason Biamonte), Skoltech Deep Quantum Labs is seeking MIT student applicants to the MIT-MISTI summer exchange program. Students should be pursuing a thesis in Quantum information theory, quantum information processing and associated topics Stochastic physics, complex networks and associated topics as they[…]

Quantum Programming Mini Course @ MLPrague 2019

Quantum Programming @ Machine Learning Prague 2019 FEBRUARY 22 – 24, 2019 Register: Join us at MLPrague on the 22nd of February for an information packed day of quantum programming. Find out What a tech professional needs to know about quantum technology How and when quantum enhanced computation will change the software industry What possibilities[…]

Innovation Workshop Quantum Project

Title of project “Quantum Computing Simulation in Mathematica” Overview Participants will build functions to simulate quantum processes, quantum circuits and quantum algorithms using Mathematica.  No experience in Mathematica is required; no experience in quantum computing is required either.  Emphasis will be placed on using the numerical functions built into Mathematica, but some symbolic functions can[…]

Computational Complexity and Extended Clifford Circuits

11:00 Thu 30 Aug – RED 351 11:00 Mon 03 Sep – RED 351 11:00 Wed 05 Sep – RED 359 11:00 Fri 07 Sep – RED 359 Biography. Dax Enshan Koh (Skoltech Summer Intern 2018 – Biamonte Group) is a PhD candidate in the Mathematics department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), advised[…]

Quantum Crash Course at Rusky Island (University 2035)

Modern Quantum Computing: enhanced optimization, simulation and machine learning Course Location: Rusky Island – University 20.35 Course Dates: 17-19 July 2018. Teaching Team Jacob Biamonte (lead) Tim Tlyachev Vito Leli Course Content Visionary Lecture. Jacob Biamonte outlines the last 20 years of quantum mechanics, the second quantum revolution and notes that while progress was made[…]