TALKS AND CONFERENCES

- 23 October, Popular talk of Michał Oszmaniec “Is it hard to classically simulate a quantum computer?”, NASK Science, Warsaw
- 11 October, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Pretty good simulation of all quantum measurements by projective measurements in finite-dimensional quantum systems”, CTP PAS Colloquium, Warsaw (Youtube link)
- 25 September, Invited talk of Marcin Kotowski, “Extremal jumps of circuit complexity of unitary evolutions generated by random Hamiltonians”, Quantum Information Seminar @ YITP, Kioto
- 21 September, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of complexity in random quantum dynamics”, Conference “Foundations and Developments Quantum Information Theory“, YITP, Kioto
- 20 September, Contributed talk of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality (and Pfaffian graphs) for Majorana Fermions”, Conference “Quantum Marocco”, Rabat, Marocco
- 16 August, Contributed talk of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality (and Pfaffian graphs) for Majorana Fermions”, Conference “Quantum Paraty 2023”, Paraty, Brazil
- 12 July, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Pretty good simulation of all quantum measurements by projective measurements in finite-dimensional quantum systems”, ICTQT, Gdańsk
- 28 June, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, ” Quantum measurements in service of practical quantum computing”, IBM Q Enablement Session
- 26 June, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, ” Quantum measurements in service of practical quantum computing”, PCSS Colloquium, Poznań
- 7 June, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Pretty good simulation of all quantum measurements by projective measurements in finite-dimensional quantum systems”, Quantum Information Seminar @ ICFO, Barcelona
- 6 June, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Pretty good simulation of all quantum measurements by projective measurements in finite-dimensional quantum systems”, Quantum Information Seminar @ UAB, Barcelona
- 1 June, Invited talk of Marcin Kotowski, “Extremal jumps of circuit complexity of unitary evolutions generated by random Hamiltonians”, Quantum Information Saminar, FUW, Warsaw
- 29 May, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, ICFO, Barcelona
- 25 May, Invited talk of Marcin Kotowski, “Extremal jumps of circuit complexity of unitary evolutions generated by random Hamiltonians”, Quantum Information Saminar, Freie Universitat Berlin
- 25 May, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Pretty good simulation of all quantum measurements by projective measurements in finite-dimensional quantum systems”, Quantum Information Saminar, FUW, Warsaw
- 31 March, A popular talk by Michał Oszmaniec “Programowanie kwantowe w AWS Braket”, Warszawski Dni Informatyki 2023

- 6 December, Contributed talk of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality and memory cost of simulation of Majorana Fermions”, School of Quantum Computers for Quantum Chemistry, Helsinki, Finland
- 30 November, Invited talk of Dan McNulty, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, III R.S Ingarden Memorial Session (online)
- 30 November, Invited talk of Joanna Majsak, “Mitigation of coherent measurement errors based on characterization of quantum devices”, III R.S Ingarden Memorial Session (online)
- 08 November, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, at the QCIC group seminar at the at Stanford University, California, USA
- 20 October, Invited talk of Daniel McNulty, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, at the Quantum Information Seminar at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
- 08 September, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, one-day workshop “Quantum Complexity and Computation”, Warsaw, Poland
- 01 September, Contributed talk of Jan Tuziemski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the Conference on Quantum Information and Quantum Control IX, Toronto, Canada
- 28 July, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the Quantum Research and Education in Europe and in Ukraine workshop, Kiev, Ukraine
- 15 July, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, TQC 2022, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA
- 13 July, Contributed talk of Daniel McNulty, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, at the Quantum Measurement Theory: Foundations and Applications, Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
- 11 July, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Implementation of Quantum Measurements Using Classical Resources and only a Single Ancillary Qubit”, at the Quantum Measurement Theory: Foundations and Applications, Physikzentrum Bad Honnef, Germany
- 04 July, Invited talk of Jan Tuziemski and Filip Maciejewski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the Episode XLIII of Warsaw Quantum Computing Group meetups, Warsaw, Poland
- 01 July, Contributed talk of Daniel McNulty, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, at Quantum Physics and Logic 2022, Oxford, UK
- 01 July, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Operational Quantum Average-Case Distances”, at Quantum Physics and Logic 2022, Oxford, UK
- 27 June, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, Workshop Quantum Information and the Frontiers of Quantum Theory, Lyon, France
- 22 June, Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the University of Bristol, Bristol, UK.
- 22 June, Contributed talk of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality and Memory Cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, at QuantuMatter 2022, Barcelona, Spain
- 18 June, Contributed talk of Jan Tuziemski and Filip Maciejewski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the Quantum Resource Estimation QRE2022, New York, USA
- 14 June, Contributed talk of Daniel McNulty, “Estimating Quantum Hamiltonians via Joint Measurements of Noisy Non-Commuting Observables”, at Quantum Information and Probability 2022, Vaxjo, Sweden
- 31 May, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “A perspective on quantum Readout Mitigation”, at TII Quantum Research Center, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- 26 May, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, 13TH KCIK-ICTQT Symposium on Quantum Information, Gdansk, Poland
- 25 May, Poster presentation of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality and Memory Cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, at Quantum Information in Spain ICE-7, Granada, Spain
- 16-20 May, Poster presentation of Filip B. Maciejewski, “Operational Quantum Average-Case Distances”, at Entanglement in Action workshop, Benasque, Spain
- 16-20 May, Poster presentation of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality and Memory Cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, at Entanglement in Action workshop, Benasque, Spain
- 15 May, Contributed talk of Jan Tuziemski, “Efficient learning and benchmarking of readout noise cross-talk models in near-term quantum devices”, at the FoKA 3 workshop, Gdansk, Poland
- 11 May, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Operational Quantum Average-Case Distances”, at QLOC seminar (in person/hybrid), Braga, Portugal
- 20 April, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, at QiICS seminar, University of Maryland (online), Maryland, USA
- 13 April, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, at QCTIP 20222, Bristol, UK (video)
- 8 April, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Saturation and recurrence of quantum complexity in random quantum circuits”, at QuantISED symposium (video)
- 6 April, Invited talk of Susane Calegari, “Contextuality and Memory Cost of Simulations of Majorana Fermions”, at Thermodynamics and Quantum Computing group at the University of Granada, Granada, Spain
- 28 March, Invited talk of Filip B. Maciejewski, “Operational Quantum Average-Case Distances”, Chaos and Quantum Information seminar, Krakow, Poland (video)
- 25 March, Invited talk of Jan Tuziemski, “Efficient learning of cross-talk readout noise models in near-term quantum devices”, at Frank’s Wilczek group meeting, Stockholm University (zoom talk)
- 24 March, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Operational Quantum Average-Case Distances”, Workshop on Quantum t-Designs and Applications in Quantum Computing, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
- 14 March, Contributed talk of Filip B. Maciejewski, “Quantum average-case distances”, APS Physics March Meeting 2022, Chicago, USA
- 7 March, Contributed talk of Zoltan Zimboras, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, QIP 2022, Pasadena, USA
- 7 March, Poster presentation of Filip B. Maciejewski, “Quantum average-case distances “, QIP 2022, Pasadena, USA
- 4 February 2022, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Operational quantum average-case distances”, Algorithmiq Ltd, Finland
- 2 February 2022, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, Entanglement Theory & Quantum Information Theory Group, Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Innsbruck, Austria

- 6 December, Michał Oszmaniec was a panelist in the “Quantum Technologies in Poland: Quantum infrastructure and Quantum Computing” organized within United Nations’ Internet Governance Forum 2021, Katowice, Poland
- 24 November, Distinguished talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, II R.S. Ingarden Memorial Session, Gdańsk, Poland
- 8 September, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, Quantum Optics X, Toruń, Poland
- 3 August, Contributed talk of Adam Sawicki, “Epsilon nets, unitary t-designs, and random quantum circuits”, ICMP 2021, Geneva, Switzerland
- 3 July, 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)
- 18 June, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Quantum Average-Case Distances”, Cambridge Quantum Computing internal seminar
- 15 June, 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)
- 30 May, Invited popular talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Using fermions to attain quantum computational advantage”, Warsaw Quantum Computing Group (video)
- 12 May, 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
- 21 April, Invited talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, at Unitary Fund
- 9 April, 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.
- 17 March, 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
- 16 March, Contributed talk of Filip Maciejewski, “Modeling and mitigation of realistic readout noise with applications to Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm”, APS March Meeting, USA
- 24 February, Contributed talk o Filip Maciejewski, “Implementation of quantum measurements using classical resources and only a single ancillary qubit”, QID 2020(+1), Warsaw, Poland (video)
- 8 February, 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
- 5 February, 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)
- 4 February, Contributed talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Epsilon nets, unitary t-designs, and random quantum circuits”, QIP 2021, Munich, Germany (video)
- 21 January, Invited talk of Michał Oszmaniec, “Fermion Sampling: a robust quantum computational advantage scheme using fermionic linear optics and magic input states”, CQIF Group meeting, Cambridge University
- 14 January, 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)

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

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

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

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

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