Program:

The scientific program includes only intensive lectures of world-leading scientists for scientific core sessions. The 4th WS has a special session for Applications of AI Technology to University Education/Administration. The session will be also for non-specialists in the field and those who are interested in the issue.

Scientific Program

March 29, 2017

Session “QC/QCC-on-QCs: Quantum Algorithms”

9:30-10:45
Dr. Ryan Babbush, Google Inc., Venice, CA, USA
“Towards Practical Quantum Chemistry on a Quantum Computer”

10:45-12:00
Dr. Hiroyuki Nakashima, Quantum Chemistry Research Institute, Kyoto, Japan
“Solving the Non-BO Schrödinger equations and analytical potential curves of small molecules with the free complement method”

Lunch break

13:00-14:15
Dr. Jarrod McClean, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA
“Hybrid quantum-classical computation for chemistry and materials”

14:15-15:30
Dr. Yusaku Kurokawa, Quantum Chemistry Research Institute, Kyoto, Japan
“Solving the Schrödinger Equation of Harmonium Systems with the Free-Complement Local-Schrödinger-Equation method”

15:30-16:30
Dr. Satoru Yamamoto, Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University”Computational Control and Measurement Approaches for Electron Spin Resonance Based Quantum Computers”

16:30-17:30
Dr. Kenji Sugisaki, Graduate School of Science, Osaka City University
“Quantum chemical calculations of open shell molecules on quantum computers”

March 30, 2017
9:30-10:40
Prof. Joonsuk Huh, Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea
“Quantum simulation of molecular spectroscopy”

Session “AI Applications to Univ. Education/Administration” (in Japanese)

10:45-12:00
Mr. Atsuroh Hiroe, Watson Division, IBM Japan, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
“What can Watson do in the university education and administration?”
講演者:広江 淳良氏、ワトソン事業部、IBMジャパン
講演題目:“ワトソンで何ができるか“

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