Quantum AI Foundation

We organize meetings of the Warsaw Quantum Computing Group (WQCG). It is a series of meetups for quantum computing enthusiasts in Warsaw, its goal is to facilitate education and collaboration of people interested in quantum computing.

WQCG meetings are organized several times per year (approximately once per month), usually on Mondays at 6pm CET. Each meeting consists of a lecture given by a quantum computing specialist (it usually takes about 60 minutes) followed by a Q&A session. Some of the lectures are followed by an afterparty during which the participants can interact and exchange their ideas. We record most of the lectures and make them available on our YouTube channel.

The first WQCG meeting was organized on 18.11.2018 (even before the Quantum AI Foundation was formally established) in order to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence. Initially, the meetings were organized in several locations in Warsaw (e.g., Przestrzeń from Facebook, Google Warsaw, Codecool, University of Warsaw). From the beginning of the pandemic crisis in Poland (March 2020), WQCG meetings are remote only.

If you want to stay in touch with our meeting, feel free to join our mailing list: https://groups.google.com/g/warsaw-quantum-computing-group.

Past and current events:

Episode I: “Introduction to quantum computing”, Rafał Demkowicz-Dobrzański (18.11.2018, MIMUW Faculty)

Episode II: “Elements of quantum machine learning”, Piotr Gawron & Przemysła Sadowski (17.12.2018, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode III: “Introduction to programming quantum computers using pyQuil”, Michał Stęchły (21.01.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode IV: “Grover's search algorithm: Explanation and classical simulation with pyQuil”, Dawid Kopczyk (25.02.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode V: "The race for quantum computational supremacy", Michał Oszmaniec (18.03.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode VI: "Efficient quantum gates", Adam Sawicki (29.04.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode VII: “Adventures of Bell state in the world of NISQ”, Tomasz Stopa (27.05.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode VIII: "Adiabatic quantum computers”, Paweł Gora (2.07.2019, Google Warsaw)

Episode IX: "Variational quantum machine learning”, Jacob Biamonte (7.10.2019, Google Warsaw)

Episode X: “Why quantum computers can work at all? - decoherence and quantum error correction”, Rafał Demkowicz-Dobrzański (28.10.2019, "Przestrzeń from Facebook")

Episode XI: “An introduction to quantum walks on graphs and their implementations”, Oskar Słowik (28.11.2019, Codecool)

Episode XII: “Grover search algorithm for Max-Cut problem”, Adam Glos (16.12.2019, Codecool)

Episode XIII: "Quantum Neural Networks", Piotr Gawron (20.01.2020, CDT)

Episode XIV: "Open source SW/HW stack for quantum computing ", Grzegorz Kasprowicz (24.02.2020, Codecool)

Episode XV: "Quantum Game with Photons 2: tensors in TypeScript, visualized", Piotr Migdał, Klementyna Jankiewicz (23.03.2020, Webex webinar)

Episode XVI: "Fighting readout noise on quantum devices", Filip Maciejewski (6.04.2020, Zoom)

Episode XVII: "Quantum simulation of quantum gravity", Jakub Mielczarek (27.04.2020, Zoom)

Episode XVIII: "Qiskit Pulse: Programming Quantum Computers Through the Cloud with Pulses", Piotr Biskupski (11.05.2020, Webex)

Episode XIX: "Financial option pricing using quantum computing", Dawid Kopczyk (25.05.2020, Zoom)

Episode XX: "Variational Quantum Algorithms – how do they work?", Michał Stęchły (13.07.2020, Zoom)

Episode XXI: "Introduction to quantum computing", Paweł Gora (19.10.2020, Zoom)

Episode XXII: "An introduction to quantum programming with Python and Qiskit", Oskar Słowik (16.11.2020, Zoom)

Episode XXIII: "How to get most of NISQ computers with Qiskit", Tomasz Stopa (14.12.2020)

Episode XXIV: "Advantage, the Latest Generation System from D-Wave", Victoria Goliber (25.01.2021)

Episode XXV: "Yet another QML talk", Kareem H. El-Safty (29.03.2021)

Episode XXVI: "Creative Destruction Lab - Quantum Commercialization & Entrepreneurship", Sam Kearney (12.04.2021)

Episode XXVII: "Applications of using Partial Negation Operator on a Single Qubit", Ahmed Younes (19.04.2021)

Episode XXVIII: "D-Wave 101: Running Our First Problem", Dr Victoria Goliber (10.05.2021)

Episode XXIX: "Using fermions to attain quantum computational advantage", Dr Michał Oszmaniec (31.05.2021)

Episode XXX: "Generation and detection of QKD symbols encoded in time and frequency", Adam Widomski (5.07.2021)

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