QuIST consolidates multiple quantum hardware development efforts - and quantum algorithm demonstrations on that hardware - at Berkeley Lab.
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Using AI for More Efficient "Flying Qubits"
Three CRD Researchers Elected AAAS Fellows
Team Takes Gordon Bell Prize with Machine Learning Software
Deb Agarwal and Kathy Yelick Receive Director’s Awards
A.I. Enables Self-Driving Data Acquisition
A Berkeley Lab team led by CRD post-doctoral researcher Mekenna Metcalf is using artificial intelligence techniques to boost the efficiency of a key process that enables qubits to "fly" across optical network fiber.
CRD's Bert de Jong, Esmond Ng, and Jon Owens are 2020 AAAS Fellows. This lifetime honor, which follows a nomination and review process, recognizes scientists, engineers, and innovators for their distinguished achievements toward the advancement or applications of science.
CRD researchers shared in the ACM Gordon Bell Prize awarded at SC20 in November. Their team's winning research introduces a new machine-learning-based software package for molecular dynamics modeling.
Deb Agarwal, head of the Data Science and Technology Department in the Computational Research Division, and Kathy Yelick, former Associate Lab Director for Computing Sciences, will be presented with the Berkeley Lab Citation at 3 p.m. on Thursday, November 12.
This work demonstrates advances made to the BerkeleyGW code that enables large-scale, excited-state calculations to run in minutes on current HPC systems.