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Quantum Information Seminar
Ph.D. Graduate Student, Physics (Quantum Information)
One of the first applications of quantum computing was simulating the evolution of a closed system. In this talk, I will review Hamiltonian simulation techniques ranging from the earliest results for simulating Hamiltonian evolution to recent methods based on linear combination of unitaries and quantum signal processing. I will also discuss some of the open questions in Hamiltonian simulations.
Based on arXiv:1812.09976
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