Debasis Sadhukhan
Senior Researcher
Member of Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science
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While quantum computers are, in principle, extremely powerful than today's digital computers, noise and lack-of-scalability severely limit their true potential. Quantum simulation with current-generation quantum hardware requires customization to avoid noise as much as possible. Promising candidates in this direction are the so-called variational quantum algorithms. The canonical version of the same cannot be applied directly to any many-body systems, especially to longer-range ones since an exponentially large number of parameters need to be optimized over multiple iterations and therefore such simulation becomes inefficient. I look for ways to customize these protocols such that efficient simulation becomes reality.
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