Accepted Posters for NISQ

The current list of accepted posters for the NISQ workshop is below.

  • Andrew Childs and Jin-Peng Liu. Quantum spectral methods for differential equations.
  • Omar Shehab, Isaac Kim, Nhung Nguyen, Kevin Landsman, Cinthia Alderete, Daiwei Zhu, Norbert Linke and Christopher Monroe. On boosting near-term variational quantum algorithms using past causal cones.
  • Kristine Boone, Arnaud Carignan-Dugas, Joel Wallman and Joseph Emerson. Randomized benchmarking under different gate sets.
  • Colleen Farrelly and Uchenna Chukwu. Quantum Persistent K-Cores for Community Detection and Ranking.
  • Saikat Sur. Effect of Dynamical Processes on spin chain dynamics.
  • Eugen Dumitrescu and Raphael Pooser. Benchmarking near-term devices with field theory simulations.
  • Martin Lichtman, Ksenia Sosnova and Allison Carter. Modular Quantum Computing Using a Dual Species Ion Trap.
  • Andrew Guo, Minh Tran, Yuan Su, Jim Garrison, Zachary Eldredge, Andrew Childs, Alexey Gorshkov and Michael Foss-Feig. Locality and digital quantum simulation of power-law interactions.
  • Nicolas Sawaya, Thi Ha Kyaw, Tim Menke, Alan Aspuru-Guzik and Gian Giacomo Guerreschi. Integer-to-qubit mappings for Hamiltonian simulation.
  • Chae-Yeun Park and Michael Kastoryano. Information geometry in machine learning ground states.
  • Kesha Hietala, Robert Rand, Shih-Han Hung, Xiaodi Wu and Michael Hicks. Verified Optimization in a Quantum Intermediate Representation.
  • Kathleen Hamilton and Raphael Pooser. Incorporating Error Mitigation into Gradient-Based Training of Quantum Circuit Born Machines.
  • Michel Nowak. One step towards quantum hyper-parameter search.
  • Takahiro Tsunoda, Andrew Patterson, Xiao Yuan, Suguru Endo, Joseph Rahamim, Peter Spring, Martina Esposito, Salha Jebari, Kitti Ratter, Brian Vlastakis, Simon Benjamin and Peter Leek. Hardware efficient gates for the Variational Quantum Eigensolver using native coupling and spin echoes.
  • Cunlu Zhou and Leonid Faybusovich. Self-Concordance and Matrix Monotonicity with Applications to Quantum Entanglement Problems.
  • Oleksandr Kyriienko. Ground state energy estimation by the quantum inverse iteration algorithm.
  • Khadijeh Sona Najafi, Sophia Economou and Edwin Barnes. Implementing high fidelity single and entangling two-qubit gates in single magnetic molecule qudits.
  • Ronald Sadlier and Travis Humble. Near-Optimal Scheduling of Noisy Quantum Gates.
  • Harper Grimsley, Ho Lun Tang, Sophia Economou, Edwin Barnes and Nicholas Mayhall. ADAPT-VQE: A variational algorithm for quantum simulations of molecules with compact circuits.
  • Daniel Stilck Franca, Johannes Borregaard and Matthias Christandl. Computation of local expectation values of quantum many-body states on NISQ devices.
  • Sayonee Ray and Adrian Chapman. Disorder-free localization in the Kitaev honeycomb model.
  • Bhuvanesh Sundar, Roger Paredes, David Damanik, Leonardo Duenas-Osorio and Kaden Hazzard. Quantum speedup for constrained weighted counting problems.
  • Ali I. Rad, Sandesh S. Kalantre, Justyna P. Zwolak and Jacob M. Taylor. Towards State Recognition of 2D Arrays of Quantum Dots: Device Simulation.
  • Gopikrishnan Muraleedharan, Christopher Jackson, Akimasa Miyake and Ivan Deutsch. Efficient generation of a pseudorandom unitary transformation for Boson Sampling using random Hamiltonian dynamics.
  • Joseph Iosue, Peter McMahon and Robert Parrish. An initial condition robust outer-loop optimization strategy for a Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm.
  • Vaibhaw Kumar, Casey Tomlin, Daniel Campbell, Chao Wu, Alexi Russell, Susan Mniszewski, Daniel O’ Malley and Jd Dulny. A gate model paradigm for reverse annealing: A case study on the problem of Unfair Sampling.
  • Aaron Somoroff, Long Nguyen, Yen-Hsiang Lin, Ray Mencia, Ivan Pechenezhskiy, Konstantin Nesterov, Maxim Vavilov, Quentin Ficheux and Vladimir Manucharyan. Towards a Fluxonium-Based Quantum Processor.
  • Beatrice Nash, Vlad Gheorghiu and Michele Mosca. Quantum circuit optimizations for NISQ architectures.
  • Shih-Han Hung, Kesha Hietala, Shaopeng Zhu, Mingsheng Ying, Michael Hicks and Xiaodi Wu. Quantitative Robustness Analysis of Quantum Programs.
  • Sandesh Kalantre, Justyna Zwolak, Tom McJunkin, J.P. Dodson, E. R. MacQuarrie, D.E. Savage, M.G. Lagally, S.N. Coppersmith, Mark Eriksson and Jacob Taylor. In-situ machine learning assisted auto-tuning of quantum dot devices.
  • Bryan T. Gard, Linghua Zhu, George S. Barron, Nicholas J. Mayhall, Sophia E. Economou and Edwin Barnes. Efficient Symmetry-Preserving State Preparation for the Variational Quantum Eigensolver Algorithm.
  • Ryan Shaffer and Hartmut Häffner. Benchmarking protocol for approximate verification of analog quantum simulators.
  • Megan Lilly and Travis Humble. Characterizing Quantum Processors Using Modeling and Simulation.
  • Daniel Mills and Brian Coyle. The Superiority of Quantum Machine Learning on NISQ Technology.
  • Ryan LaRose, Arkin Tikku, Etude O’Neel-Judy, Lukasz Cincio and Patrick Coles. Variational Quantum State Diagonalization.
  • Aditya Nema and Pranab Sen. Efficiently estimating average fidelity of a quantum logic gate using few classical random bits.
  • Akhil Francis, Jim Freericks and Alexander Kemper. Evaluating Many-Body Correlation Functions using Quantum Computation.