2022 KPS Spring Meeting

Open KIAS Special Session

 April 22 (Fri) 9:00-11:00 am 


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Quantum Computing for High Energy Physics

Joseph D. Lykken  / Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

9:00 - 10:00 AM





The technology of quantum computers and related systems is advancing rapidly, and powerful programmable quantum processors are already being made available by various companies. Long before we reach the promised land of fully fault tolerant large scale quantum computers, we expect unambiguous “quantum advantage” will be demonstrated for problems of interest to physicists. At the same time, advances in the technology of quantum processors are also enabling advances in quantum sensing, enabling new kinds of experiments for fundamental physics, including dark matter and quantum gravity.




Quantum Networking and High Energy Physics

Maria Spiropulu / Caltech

10:00 - 11:00 AM



The first quantum key distribution network in the U.S. was the result of a collaboration between NIST, industry, and academic researchers circa 2000. In the past five years, through the U.S. national quantum initiative and our quantum internet blueprint, the Dept. of Energy and other federal agencies have promoted research on advanced quantum networks for scientific research in high energy physics and beyond. I will discuss recent and upcoming results from our quantum teleportation network testbeds, and prospects for the future.






Please note that only those have registered for the KPS Spring Meeting will be able to access the session.

 온라인 회의실 입장은 2022년 한국물리학회 봄 학술대회 등록자에 한하여 가능합니다.


Registration (등록 바로가기) : https://www.kps.or.kr/conference/event/content/regi/regi.php?_mid=1254,1263