Dissemination

Presentations at scientific conferences

Meeting INgegneria INcontra: “The second quantum revolution: from computers to communications”

25 March 2021

Quantum technologies promise to improve our society in several areas – such as cryptography, simulation of chemical reactions, materials engineering and nanotechnology. We are witnessing a quantum revolution currently still in its early stages. A very ambitious goal is the quantum computer, a device which, by exploiting the laws governing microscopic systems, would allow computing operations to be performed at speeds unthinkable for classical devices. In recent years there has been a consistent worldwide effort to demonstrate that the computational capabilities of technologies based on quantum mechanics can exceed those of “conventional” systems, with research institutes and companies at the forefront, from Europe, the United States, China and Japan. In this meeting we will try to leave behind the “banality” of the macroscopic world in which we live in order to immerse ourselves in the microscopic world of quanta and the potential it offers.

Link: https://www.ing.uniroma1.it/archivionotizie/la-seconda-rivoluzione-quantistica-dal-computer-alle-comunicazioni

Video presentation (if the link does not work, please download the video to watch it): https://www.ing.uniroma1.it/sites/default/files/inin/Videoconferenza_Sciarrino2021.mp4


QUANTUM SCIENCE SEMINAR ON BOSON SAMPLING

18 February 2021

The quest of quantum advantage with a photonics platform
Fabio Sciarrino (UNIROMA1 PI)
YouTube video


WORKSHOP: IS QUANTUM THEORY EXACT? EXPLORING QUANTUM BOUNDARIES

10 December 2020

Advances on quantum advantage with photons
Fabio Sciarrino (UNIROMA1 PI)
Video