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2021

  • 14 January 2021, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland (video)
  • 21 January 2021, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, CQIF Group meeting, Cambridge University
  • 4 February 2021, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Epsilon nets, unitary t-designs, and random quantum circuits”, QIP 2021, Munich, Germany (video)
  • 5  February 2021, Contributed talk of  Tanmay Singal and Filip Maciejewski,  “Implementation of quantum measurements using classical resources and only a single ancillary qubit”, QIP 2021, Munich, Germany (video)
  • 8 February 2021: Invited talk o Filip Maciejewski: “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, Elham Kashefi’s group seminar, Edinburg, UK
  • 24 February 2021: Contributed talk o Filip Maciejewski: “Implementation of quantum measurements using classical resources and only a single ancillary qubit”, QID 2020(+1), Warsaw, Poland (video)
  • 16 March 2021, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, APS March Meeting , USA
  • 17 March 2021,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, APS March Meeting , USA
  • 9 April 2021: Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski: “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, NASA/Rigetti groups’ seminar, San Francisco, USA.
  • 21 April 2021: Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski: “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”,  at Unitary Fund
  • 12 May 2021,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, ICE-6 Conference, Spain
  • 30 May 2021, Invited popular talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Using fermions to attain quantum  computational advantage”, Warsaw Quantum Computing Group (video)
  • 15 June 2021,  Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, The IQC-QuICS Math and Computer Science Seminar  (video)
  • 18 June 2021, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Quantum Average-Case Distances”, Cambridge Quantum Computing internal seminar
  • 3 July 2021, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, TQC 2021, Riga, Latvia  (video)
  • 3 August 2021, Contributed talk of Adam Sawicki,  “Epsilon nets, unitary t-designs, and random quantum circuits” , ICMP 2021, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 8 September 2021,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, Quantum Oprics X, Toruń, Poland

2020

  • 6 – 10 January 2020, Poster of Filip Maciejewski, “Mitigation of readout noise by classical post-processing based on Quantum Detector Tomography“, QIP 2020,  Shenzhen, China
  • 6 April 2020, Expository talk of Filip Maciejewski “Fighting readout noise on quantum devices”, Warsaw Quantum Computing Group (video)
  • 9 April 2020, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Epsilon-nets, unitary t-designs and random quantum circuits”, conference QCTIP 2020, Cambridge, UK (video)
  • 29 April 2020, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Epsilon-nets, unitary t-designs and random quantum circuits”, conference BQIT 2020, Bristol, UK (video)
  • 24 September 2020, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski “Effects and mitigation of realistic readout noise in Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, 4th International workshop on Quantum Compiling, Cambridge, UK (video)
  • 15 May 2020, Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski “Generalized measurements of quantum devices”, KCIK online Session 2020, Gdańsk, Poland
  • 29 October 2020, Invited talk of Tanmay Singal “Implementation of arbitrary quantum measurements using classical resources and only single auxiliary qubit and postselection”, FUW Quantum Information Seminar  (video)
  • November 24 2020, Contributed talk of Susane Callegari, “Contextuality and memory cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, Q-TURN 2020
  • November 24 2020. Contributed talk of Nikolai Mikilin, “A universal scheme for robust self-testing in the prepare-and-measure scenario”, Q-TURN 2020
  • 7-9 December 2020, Contributed talk of Ninnat Dangniam, “Robust quantum computational advantage using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, AQIS Virtual Conference 2020 (video)
  • 7-9 December 2020, Contributed talk of Susane Callegari, “Contextuality and memory cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, AQIS Virtual Conference 2020 (video)
  • 7-9 December 2020, Contributed talk of Tanmay Singal, “Implementation of arbitrary quantum measurements using classical resources and only single ancilla.”, AQIS Virtual Conference 2020 (video)
  • 7-9 December 2020, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski , “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm. “, AQIS Virtual Conference 2020 (video)
  • 16 December 2020, Invited talk of Susane Callegari, “Contextuality and memory cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, Quantum Speedup 2020, Gdańsk, Poland
  • 18 December 2020, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Robust quantum computational advantage using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, Quantum Speedup 2020, Gdańsk, Poland

2019

  • 14 March 2019,  Contributed talk of Tanmoy Biswas “Operational relevance of resource theory of quantum measurements”, II Workshop on quantum information and thermodynamics, Natal, Brazil
  •  6 April 2019, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Fighting readout noise in IBM quantum devices”, Young Scientists Symposium 2019, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
  • 25 April 2019, Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Mitigation of measurement errors by classical post-processing based on Quantum Detector Tomography“, Seminar “Quantum Information”, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
  • 8 May 2019, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Nonuniform losses and classical simulation of linear optics”, Workshop “Mathematics of Quantum Information“, Leiden, Netherlands
  • 24 May 2019, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Relative power of projective and generalized measurements in quantum information theory“, X Jubilee KCIK Symposium, Sopot, Poland
  • 5 June 2019, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec  “Operational relevance of resource theory of quantum measurements”,  CEQIP 2019,  Skalica, Slovakia
  • 4-6 June 2019, Poster of Filip Maciejewski, “Mitigation of readout noise by classical post-processing based on Quantum Detector Tomography“,CEQIP 2019,  Skalica, Slovakia
  • 16 June 2019,  Contributed talk of Tanmoy Biswas “Operational relevance of resource theory of quantum measurements”, 51 Symposium on Mathematical Physics “, Torun, Poland
  • 16 June 2019,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Nonuniform losses and classical simulation of linear optics”, 51 Symposium on Mathematical Physics “, Torun, Poland
  • 22 June 2019, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Mitigation of readout noise by classical post-processing based on Quantum Detector Tomography”, 1st Quantum Resource Estimation (QRE2019) Workshop, Phoenix, USA
  • 22 August 2019,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Nonuniform losses and classical simulation of linear optics”, 51 Symposium on Mathematical Physics “, AQIS 2019, Seoul, Korea
  • 23 September 2019,  Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Mitigation of readout noise by classical post-processing based on Quantum Detector Tomography”, YQIS 2019, Sopot, Poland
  • 17 October 2019, Expository talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Links between quantum computing and machine learning”, Polish Machine Learning Conference RAI 2019, Wrocław, Poland
  • 12 November 2019, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Connecting unitary t-designs and epsilon-nets”, IQC, Waterloo, Canada
  • 21 November 2019,  Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Epsilon-nets, Unitary t-designs and random quantum circuits“, Quantun Information Seminar, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
  •  26 November 2019, Expository talk of Michał Oszmaniec,  “Quantum computational supremacy: a beginner’s guide“, CTP PAS Colloquium, Warsaw, Poland

2018

  • 10 January 2018, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Classical simulation of boson sampling with lost photons”, Center for Theoretical Physics, Warsaw, Poland
  • 11 and 18 January 2018,  two part talk by Filip Maciejewski, “Physical implementation and operational meaning of POVMs”, Seminar ”Operator algebras and their applications in physics”, Faculty of Physics of University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
  • 14-19 January 2018, Poster of Michał Oszmaniec, “Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations” , Conference QIP 2018, Delft, Netherlands
  • 23 January 2018, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Classical simulation of lossy boson sampling ”, ICFO, Barcelona, Spain
  • 9 April 2018,  Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Classical simulation of boson sampling with lost photons”,  Conference CQIS 2018, Tokyo, Japan
  • 12 April 2018, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Simulation of POVMs by projective measurements and classical resources”, Quantum information group of prof. Mio Murao, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  • 26 April 2018,  Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Classical simulation of photonic linear optics with lost particles”, CQIF Seminar, University of Cambridge
  • 8 June 2018, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Simulation of POVMs by projective measurements and classical resources”, Conference “Three days in quantum mechanics”, Genova, Italy
  • 21-24 June 2018, Poster of Filip Maciejweski, “Implementation of POVMs using IBM quantum computers”,  50th Symposium on Mathematical Physics, Toruń, Poland
  • 18 July 2018, Zoltan Zimboras presents a contributed talk “Universal extensions of restricted quantum operations”, Conference TQC 2018, Sydney, Australia
  • 17-20 October 2018, Poster of Filip Maciejweski, “Implementation of POVMs using IBM quantum computers”,  IQIS 2018, Catania, Italy
  • 26 September 2018, “Efficient classical simulation of lossy boson sampling via separable states”, invited talk by Michał Oszmaniec during the conference “Entanglement days”, Budapest, Hungary

2017

  • 22 February 2017, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations”,
    Faculty of Physics UAM, Poznań
  • 12 April 2017, Invited talk  of Michał Oszmaniec “Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations”, UAB, Barcelona
  • 15 June 2017, “Simulation of prositive-operator-valued measures with projective measurements”, contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec during the conference TQC 2017, Paris, France
  • 22 August 2017, “Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations”, contributed talk  of Michał Oszmaniec during the conference “VI Paraty Quantum information workshop”, Paraty, Brasil
  • 29 August 2017, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Preparation contextuality in continuous subtheories of quantum mechanics”,
    UFF, Niteroi, Brasil
  • 8 September 2017, “Universal extensions of restricted classes of quantum operations”, contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec during the conference AQIS 2017, Singapore
  • 14 September 2017, “Quantum infromation with restricted resources”, contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec during the workshop “Fotony-Kwanty-Atomy (FoKA)”, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
  • 12 October 2017, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Classical simulation of boson sampling with lost photons”, University of Warsaw, Poland
  • 8 December 2017, “Classical simulation of boson sampling with lost photons”, contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec to Symposim “Quantum phenomena: Between the whole and the parts”, National Quantum Information Centre, Sopot, Poland

2016

  •  7 July 2016, “Random bosonic states for robust quantum metrology”, contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec during the conference QCMC 2016, Singapore
  • 12 July 2016, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Simulation of general prositive-operator-valued measures by projective measurements ”, Center for Quantum Technologies, Singapore
  • 21 July 2016, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Random bosonic states for robust quantum metrology”, Jens Eisert group at Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
  • 24 September 2016, “Measuring the magnetic-field gradient using the decoherence-free subspaces”,Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec during the  conference “Quantum Technologies VII”, Warsaw, Poland
  • 31 October 2016, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Simulation of prositive-operator-valued measures by projective measurements”,
    Jens Eisert group at Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany
  • 7 November 2016, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Simulating prositive-operator-valued measures by projective measurements”,
    Nicolas Brunner group at University of Geneva, Switzerland
  • 22 November 2016, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Simulating prositive-operator-valued measures by projective measurements”,
    Institute for Quantum Information, Aachen, Germany