What we're about

Discuss Quantum Computing in all of its aspects. We will have developers, researchers, vendors, and others meeting to discuss Quantum and related topics. Our members range from new-comers and experts in Quantum Computing, Quantum Networks, and all other Quantum * topics. Accordingly, programs range from beginner to expert -- for each event, we will specify the expected knowledge-level of the material for each event so you can attend according to your comfort level. We will have demonstrations of how to write quantum circuits, understand quantum applications, explore quantum theory, and learn about businesses operating in this space -- large and small. We will usually meet at Harrisburg University's Philadelphia (PA, USA) campus site, and occasionally in Harrisburg, PA, USA.

Artifacts of prior events can be found at http://quantum.harrisburg.tech/meetups/

Recordings of some events can be found at the "Harrisburg Quantum" Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC21B-z2u-8b-gudUHodbSTg/videos

Upcoming events (1)

NVIDIA cuQuantum SDK: What we know after 30 days

Online event

Content level: 300 -- Event is for the "Quantum Explorer"

Title: NVIDIA cuQuantum SDK: What we know after 30 days

Speaker: You & the community

This is a discussion centered on cuQuantum, 30 days after its public announcement by Jensen Huang at NVIDIA GTC '21 on April 12, 2021.

For this meetup, there is no specific keynote speaker per se, just a gathering those in the quantum community interested in talking about this possibly important SDK and how it relates to quantum computing. Hopefully, we'll have some specific things to talk about, but likely most will remain speculative at the time of this, but there is a lot to get through for quantum folks, e.g., TPUs, the NVIDOA A100, cuda toolkit, and even Amazon EC2 P4d Instances, so likely we all have a great deal to learn even if cuQuantum SDK specifics are yet available at the time we meet.

This is a sit-around-the-campfire type of event, come to listen, come to talk, come to explore, come to question, come curious, or just come to get out of another zoom meeting; regardless, hope to see ya on May 11!

These "Meetup-Lite" events are **Free** and are online-only {connect & password information will be emailed to registered participants ~60 minutes prior to meeting}

Event artifacts, e.g. slides & recording (when available):

For a current listing of quantum-related live online events--globally--visit http://live.quantumapalooza.com/

Sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: [masked]

Past events (62)

Amazon AWS Braket Quantum Computing: Exploring IonQ w/Alex Khan

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