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Quantum Computing and High-energy physics

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High-energy physics is facing a daunting computing challenge with the large datasets expected from the HL-LHC and other future colliders. Currently available quantum computers range from D-Wave commercial quantum annealers to gate-based quantum processor prototypes. I will discuss recent developments in quantum computing and provide an overview of recent work that may lead to solutions for problems in high-energy physics.

This talk is part of the Cavendish HEP Seminars series.

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