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Quantum Error Mitigation for Particle and Nuclear Physics (22-1b)

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Monday, May 9, 2022 - 9:45am
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Error mitigation is critical for near term applications of nuclear and particle physics on quantum computers. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together a diverse cross-section of researchers from universities, national laboratories, and technology companies to address key challenges for achieving error reduction on near term devices. One important goal will be to identify important benchmark problems in particle and nuclear physics that can run on current hardware. Many problems in nuclear and particle physics have a resolution parameter (e.g. number of lattice sites) which can be dialed up to make solutions more precise and the corresponding quantum circuits naturally longer and more challenging to run. In order to compare different error mitigation approaches, it is essential to have common test cases of widespread importance.

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