Speaker: Carlos Ruiz González, Physicist, PhD Candidate at Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light.
Abstract: Photonic technologies are main players in the second quantum revolution, providing better sensors, secure communications, and quantum-enhanced computation. Such endeavors require generating specific quantum states or efficiently performing quantum tasks. The design of the corresponding optical experiments, historically powered by human creativity, is being slowly automated by novel algorithms. Unfortunately, these tools are often restricted to very specific use cases and are difficult to generalize, which limits their practical implementation. To overcome these challenges, we developed PyTheus, a highly-efficient, open-source digital discovery framework based on a graph-based representation of optical setups, which includes a wide range of modern experimental devices. PyTheus produces interpretable designs to solve complex experimental problems, like entanglement generation and distribution. Aiming for the simplest solutions, our software provides deeper understanding to human researchers, which can generalize the findings. Therefore, PyTheus can accelerate the development of quantum optics and related technologies.
Time: 11:00 am.
Venue: Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
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LocationBarcelona Supercomputing Center, Plaça d'Eusebi Güell, 1-3, 08034, Barcelona, España, Barcelona, España
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