Applications open for IQTN’s 2nd Plenary Meeting

Applications are now open for the second plenary meeting of the International Quantum Tensor Network, which will be hosted by the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) in New York City. This is a joint meeting with the Max Planck-New York Center for Nonequilibrium Quantum Phenomena. The program will feature sessions on a…
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New EPSRC initiatives for international engagement

The EPSRC has recently announced a number new initiatives in its programme of international engagement, specifically for those in the UK, Norway and Japan. This are as follows: Visit the UKRI website for further details.

IQTN at UCLQ Industry Day

On Friday 30 September, Professor Andrew G Green joined speakers at UCLQ Industry Day at IET Savoy Place to present his work on Tensor Networks for Quantum Computation. UCLQ Industry Day is an annual event that brings together industry and academics to discuss perspectives on the future potential of quantum, and how to develop technologies…
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Locations for next IQTN Plenary Meetings

IQTN is delighted to announce the dates and venues for its next three plenary meetings.  Wednesday 1 – Friday 3 March 2023 – CCQ Flatiron, New York City Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 July 2023 – TUM Raitenhaslach, Burghausen Wednesday 24 – Friday 26 January 2024 – TIC, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow These meetings will build upon our…
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Focused Workshops – Applications Open

Proposals for focused workshops to be funded by the network are now being accepted. The application procedure is simple. Applications consisting of a two-page form can be submitted at any time and will be reviewed by the network leadership on a rolling basis. We expect to fund smaller meetings (10-30 participants), with a typical number…
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Inaugural Meeting – Reflections

The Inaugural meeting of the IQTN was held at University College London a few weeks ago to great success. Approximately 120 attended in-person, with a further 30 joining virtually from diverse global locations. The talks (available here) ranged from the theoretical works on how tensor networks can be used in quantum simulation (Banuls, Eisert) and…
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Inaugural Meeting: Back in the Gustave Tuck LT

We will be back in the Gustave Tuck lecture Theatre today all being well

Inaugural Meeting: Change of Venue Tuesday

Due to a power cut in the Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, we have changed to the Denys Holland Lecture Theatre in Bentham House for Tuesday’s seminars.

Inaugural Meeting: Virtual Registration

Registration for virtual attendance at the inaugural meeting of the IQTN is now open.

Inaugural Meeting: 27th-29th June UCL London

We are pleased to announce the first plenary meeting of the International Quantum Tensor Network to be held in University College London 27th-29th June. Our first meeting will introduce the network and its aim to foster tensor network ideas in quantum software. The program will focus upon recent progress in using tensor network approaches to…
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