Deep Physics MSc Projects — Skoltech MSc class of 2020 

We still have two openings to advise MSc students.   Deep learning and quantum computing. We have several ongoing and new projects to select from that apply deep learning to understand physics.  We also use statistical mechanics and quantum theory as a mathematical tool to understand e.g. the informatic properties of deep neural networks.  For example, quantum computers provide new classes of neural networks that appear to be exponentially difficult to simulate using classical computers; on going work is geared towards refining quantum deep learning algorithms.   Applications of deep learning to predict properties of quantum systems Enhancement of deep learning algorithms using real-world quantum computers and programable quantum simulators[…]

MIT-MISTI-Skoltech Quantum Interns 2019

Following the success of last years MIT PhD Student interns (Dax Koh and Mason Biamonte), Skoltech Deep Quantum Labs is seeking MIT student applicants to the MIT-MISTI summer exchange program. Students should be pursuing a thesis in Quantum information theory, quantum information processing and associated topics Stochastic physics, complex networks and associated topics as they relate to quantum theory Machine learning applied to physics Applicants must be currently enrolled at MIT.  Successful applicants will join the diverse international lab lead by Prof Jacob Biamonte.  The lab has ongoing projects related to the theory of tensor networks, machine learning applied to quantum physics, using quantum computers to accelerate machine learning tasks,[…]

Quantum Programming Mini Course @ MLPrague 2019

Quantum Programming @ Machine Learning Prague 2019 FEBRUARY 22 – 24, 2019 Register: www.MLPrague.com Join us at MLPrague on the 22nd of February for an information packed day of quantum programming. Find out What a tech professional needs to know about quantum technology How and when quantum enhanced computation will change the software industry What possibilities exist to use quantum enhanced processors today via cloud services  Learn to write simple quantum enhanced optimization and quantum enhanced machine learning programs! The course will take a tech professional, such as a software engineer, through all that is needed to get started with quantum programing with IBM’s quantum programming platform, QISKit.  The course will[…]