January 23, 2019 NYC Quantum Computing Meetup

Tata Innovation Center

2 East Loop Rd, New York, NY. · new york , ny

How to find us

1. The Tramway - Board the tram at the station located at 59th Street and 2nd Avenue. 2. Subway - The F Train makes a stop at Roosevelt Island. 3. Driving - Cross onto Roosevelt Island via the bridge located at 36 Avenue and Vernon Boulevard

Location image of event venue


Our next meetup will be from 6-8pm on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 hosted on the 5th floor at the Tata Innovation Center at Cornell Tech and sponsored by Citi Ventures.

The Tata Innovation Center is located on Roosevelt Island at 2 East Loop Rd, New York, NY 10044.

As always, you'll need a government issued ID to get it.

Larry S. Liebovitch, Ph.D. will be our speaker.

Title: A Basic Introduction to Quantum Computing: hardware, software, and applications.

Abstract: The surprising and unique properties of quantum systems at
atomic scales can be to used to create novel computers that may be much faster than conventional computers. Quantum computers, such as those now being built by IBM, Microsoft, Google, Intel, D-Wave, Regetti, Ion-Q, Quantum Circuits and other companies, use very different hardware and software than conventional computers. This talk with provide a (hopefully understandable) introduction to quantum hardware qubits, the mathematics of 1 and 2 qubit gates, and quantum algorithms and their applications.

Bio: Professor at City University of New York at Queens College and the Graduate Center and Adjunct Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University. Research studies on measurements and mathematical models of nonlinear complex systems in physics, biology, and social sciences. Previously, Interim Director of the Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences at Florida Atlantic University and Dean of the Division of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Queens College, City University of New York.