NetSys 2019

March 18 till March 21, 2019 – Garching b. München, Germany

QTOP’19 Workshop

  • Monday, Mar 18, 2019
    09:00 - Conference Opening
    Sebastian Feld (LMU Munich, Germany)
    Claudia Linnhoff-Popien (LMU Munich, Germany)
    09:10 - Keynote - An Introduction to Quantum Computing and its Application
    Robert H. (Bo) Ewald (D-Wave Systems, Canada)
    • 09:50 - Session 1 - Analysis of Optimization Problems

      Embedding inequality constraints for quantum annealing optimization
      Tomás Vyskocil (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
      Scott Pakin (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
      Hristo N. Djidjev (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)”

      Assessing Solution Quality of 3SAT on a Quantum Annealing Platform
      Thomas Gabor (LMU Munich, Germany)
      Sebastian Zielinski (LMU Munich, Germany)
      Sebastian Feld (LMU Munich, Germany)
      Christoph Roch (LMU Munich, Germany)
      Christian Seidel (Volkswagen Data:Lab, Germany)
      Florian Neukart (Volkswagen Group of America, USA)
      Isabella Galter (Volkswagen Data:Lab, Germany)
      Wolfgang Mauerer (OTH Regensburg; Siemens Corporate Research)
      Claudia Linnhoff-Popien (LMU Munich, Germany)

      Principles and Guidelines for Quantum Performance Analysis
      Catherine C McGeoch (D-Wave Systems, Canada)

    10:45 - Coffee Break
    • 11:15 - Session 2 - Quantum Gate Algorithms

      Nash embedding and equilibrium in pure quantum states
      Faisal Shah Khan (Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi)
      Travis S. Humble (Oak Ridge National Lab, USA)

      A Quantum Algorithm for Minimising the Effective Graph Resistance upon Edge Addition
      Finn de Ridder (Radboud University, Netherlands)
      Niels Neumann (TNO, Netherlands)
      Thijs Veugen (TNO, Netherlands; CWI, Netherlands)
      Robert Kooij (Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)

      Variational Quantum Factoring
      Eric Anschuetz (Zapata Computing, USA)
      Jonathan Olson (Zapata Computing, USA)
      Alán Aspuru-Guzik (Zapata Computing, USA)
      Yudong Cao (Zapata Computing, USA)

      Function Maximization with Dynamic Quantum Search
      Charles Moussa (TOTAL American Services, USA; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)
      Henri Calandra (TOTAL SA, France)
      Travis Humble (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)

    12:30 - Lunch Break
    • 13:30 - Session 3 - Applications of Quantum Annealing

      Flight Gate Assignment with a Quantum Annealer
      Tobias Stollenwerk (DLR, Germany)
      Elisabeth Lobe (DLR, Germany)
      Martin Jung (DLR, Germany)

      Solving Quantum Chemistry Problems with a D-Wave Quantum Annealer
      Michael Streif (Volkswagen Group, Germany)
      Florian Neukart (Leiden University, Netherlands; Volkswagen Group of America, USA)
      Martin Leib (Volkswagen Group, Germany)

      Solving large Maximum Clique problems on a quantum annealer
      Elijah Pelofske (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
      Georg Hahn (Lancaster University, U.K.)
      Hristo Djidjev (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)

      Quantum Annealing based Optimization of Robotic Movement in Manufacturing
      Arpit Mehta (BMW AG, Germany)
      Murad Muradi (BMW AG, Germany)
      Selam Woldetsadick (BMW AG, Germany)

      Quantum Annealing of Vehicle Routing Problem with Time, State and Capacity
      Hirotaka Irie (DENSO Corporation, Japan)
      Goragot Wongpaisarnsin (Toyota Tsusho Nexty Electronics, Thailand)
      Masayoshi Terabe (DENSO Corporation, Japan)
      Akira Miki (DENSO Corporation, Japan)
      Shinichirou Taguchi (DENSO Corporation, Japan)

      Boosting quantum annealing performance using evolution strategies for annealing offsets tuning
      Sheir Yarkoni (D-Wave Systems, Canada; Leiden University, Netherlands)
      Hao Wang (Leiden University, Netherlands)
      Aske Plaat (Leiden University, Netherlands)
      Thomas Bäck (Leiden University, Netherlands)

    15:15 - Coffee Break
    • 15:45 - Session 4 - Foundations and Quantum Technologies

      Quantum Photonic TRNG with Dual Extractor
      Mitchell A. Thornton (Southern Methodist University, USA)
      Duncan L. MacFarlane (Southern Methodist University, USA)

      Secure Quantum Data Communications Using Classical Keying Material
      Michel Barbeau (Carleton University, Canada)

      Continuous-variable Quantum Network Coding Against Pollution Attacks
      Tao Shang (Beihang University, China)
      Ke Li, Ranyiliu Chen (Beihang University, China)
      Jianwei Liu (Beihang University, China)

      On the Influence of Initial Qubit Placement During NISQ Circuit Compilation
      Alexandru Paler (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)

      Towards a Pattern Language for Quantum Algorithms
      Frank Leymann (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

    17:15 - End

Next dates

Monday, March 18, 2019
  • PhD Forum: PhD Forum


Overview on Tracks and Events

Bringing together the community in the area of networking and distributed systems is a main goal of NetSys 2019. A number of events are planned: hot topics in networking, industry session, separate workshops, tutorials, posters and demos, PhD forum.

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