Tutorial Session

Sunday, September 27, 2020, 9:00AM – 12:15PM

This Tutorial Session is held in JAPANESE language.
Attendance at Tutorial Session will be charged separately from the SSDM Conference Registration Fee.

Future of quantum computer
- Quantum technology on the move -

Shiro Kawabata AIST
Tetsuo Kodera Tokyo Tech
Kae Nemoto National Institute of Informatics
Katsuhiko Nishiguchi NTT Basic Res. Labs.
Akira Oiwa Osaka Univ.

Over the past few years, a number of large-scale projects on quantum technology have been launched in Japan, Europe, the United States, and China because the technology has a great potential to open a new era of information technology. Since research on quantum technology needs to be sustained for a couple of decades, a world-wide community between researchers, especially young researchers, from various kinds of field must be organized. In this tutorial session, in order to encourage researchers interested in quantum technology to join the community, leading researchers in quantum technology give a lecture on the essence of quantum technology, including quantum computers, current status and issues, and future prospects in an easy-to-understand manner. This session will be held in JAPANESE language.

  • Kae Nemoto (National Institute of Informatics)
    09:00 - 09:15
    “Introduction and overview”
    Kae Nemoto
    (National Institute of Informatics)
  • Yoshi-aki Shimada (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
    09:15 - 09:55
    “Quantum 2.0 – towards new horizons of quantum applications”
    Yoshi-aki Shimada
    (Japan Science and Technology Agency)
  • Keisuke Fujii (Osaka Univ.)
    09:55 - 10:35
    “Applications of Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum Computer”
    Keisuke Fujii
    (Osaka Univ.)
  • --- Break (20 min) ---
  • Kohei Itoh (Keio Univ.)
    10:55 - 11:35
    “Quantum computing hardwares”
    Kohei Itoh
    (Keio Univ.)
  • Shu Tanaka (KKeio Univ.)
    11:35 - 12:15
    “Basics and Applications of Quantum Annealing and Its Related Technology”
    Shu Tanaka
    (Keio Univ.)