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Introduction to Quantum Computing in Fluid Dynamics - STO-AVT-377

Date: July 8, 2024 - July 12, 2024
Location: von Karman Insitute on-site / online, , ,
Contact: secretariat@vki.ac.be
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This lecture series is organized by the von Karman institute for Fluid Dynamics with the financial support of the NATO Science & Technology Organization.

The series aims to:

  • Introduce participants to the emerging field of quantum computing in fluid dynamics.
     
  • Explore state-of-the-art computational methods and software libraries for applying quantum computing to fluid dynamics simulations and multi-disciplinary optimization.
     
  • Provide a platform for networking and forming international partnerships in this exciting  field.
     

This lecture series is suitable for individuals with a background in fluid dynamics and an interest in learning about the potential of quantum computing in this field.
 

The program features lectures by leading experts from Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, covering topics such as:

  • The basics of quantum computing
     
  • Quantum algorithms for solving differential equations
     
  • Hybrid computing for the NISQ era (noisy intermediate-scale quantum)
     
  • Quantum machine learning and partial differential equations

Programme

Monday 8 July 2024: General Introduction to Quantum Computing

8:15 Registration

9:00 Welcome and Course Introduction
Prof. Frank Eulitz, Dr. Wim Munters, VKI, Belgium

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 Introduction to Quantum Computing – The basics
Prof. Matthias Moller, TU Delft, The Netherlands

11:30 Industry Impulse Presentation 

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Introduction to Quantum Computing – Quantum Fourier Transform and Phase Estimation
Prof. Joerg Schumacher, TU Ilmenau, Germany

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Introduction to Quantum Turbulence
Prof. Katepalli Sreenivasan, New York University, USA

17:00 Reception

Tuesday 9 July 2024: Basic Quantum Algorithms

9:00 Quantum Algorithms for Solution of Differential Equations – Finite Difference and Finite Volume Methods
Dr. Rene Steijl, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 The Harrow–Hassidim–Lloyd (HHL) Algorithm
Prof. Joerg Schumacher, TU Ilmenau, Germany

11:30 Industry Impulse Presentation 

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Introduction to Lattice-based Modeling
Dr. Rene Steijl, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Quantum Circuits for Streaming and Boundary Conditions
Prof. Matthias Moller, TU Delft, the Netherlands and Dr. Rene Steijl, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Wednesday 10 July 2024: Hybrid Computing for NISQ Era

9:00 Classical Lattice-Boltzmann Methods
Prof. Pierre Sagaut, Aix-Marseille Université, France  

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 Development of Quantum Lattice-Boltzmann Methods
Prof. Sauro Succi, Italian Institute of Technology, Italy 

11:30 Industry Impulse Presentation 

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Quantum Lattice-Boltzmann Methods 
Dr. Rene Steijl, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Towards Quantum Lattice-Boltzmann Methods
Prof. Matthias Moller, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Thursday 11 July 2024: Reservoir Computing and Variational Algorithms

9:00 Recent Development for Solution of PDE’s on Quantum Computers 
Dr. Oleksandr Kyriienko, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 Introduction to Variational Quantum Algorithms 
Dr. Oleksandr Kyriienko, University of Exeter, UK

11:30 Industry Impulse Presentation 

12:30 Lunch

14:00 Quantum Reservoir Computing
Prof. Joerg Schumacher, TU Ilmenau, Germany

15:15 Coffee break

15:45 Quantum Reservoir Computing – Practice Session
Prof. Joerg Schumacher, TU Ilmenau, Germany

Friday 12 July 2024: Quantum Machine Learning & PDE’s

9:00 Quantum Machine Learning: Model building
Dr. Oleksandr Kyriienko, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

10:15 Coffee break

10:30 I Quantum Machine Learning: Model building
Dr. Oleksandr Kyriienko, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

11:30 Round Table

12:30 Closure Lunch

Only the citizens of NATO countries, Australia, Japan and India are eligible to participate in these lecture series.
The participants will have to present their ID card (for EU citizens) or passport (for other citizens) the first day of the lecture series.


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