BQCX January

16:00 - 18:00, January 11, 2023
IN PERSON at Leibniz Rechenzentrum, Boltzmannstraße 1, 85748 Garching b. München
& ONLINE, (send an email to for link)

We offer the BQCX sessions as hybrid events. Speakers will be mostly on-site at LRZ and we encourage you to come to connect with them and the community. 

Concurrently, our session will be accessible through Zoom to a broader pool of attendees. For Zoom access to the session please contact

This Month Talks

Cryofree Dilution Refrigerators for Quantum Technologies
The development and commercialisation of quantum technologies will open new possibilities in timing, sensing, imaging, computing, and cryptography. Oxford Instruments is committed to playing a key role in driving quantum technology development. In this presentation, Oxford Instruments will share how the Proteox: its new generation dilution refrigerator, enables quantum technology today. Find out the unique technical capabilities of the Proteox, and our collaboration with industries and universities worldwide for quantum computing.
Quantum Computing Research in RIKEN and R-CCS
RIKEN is a large scientific research institute which covers many areas of science, including physics, chemistry, biology, genomics, medical science, engineering, computing and computational science. R-CCS is RIKEN Center for Computational Science running Japanese flagship supercomputer “Fugaku”. In this talk, overview of quantum computing researches in RIKEN and R-CCS is presented.
Programming Environment toward the cooperative computation of classical and quantum computers
In this talk, we focus on the programming model to make use of super-computer and quantum-computer. So far, we assume a set of a quantum computer and a classical server is connected to the supercomputer through a network. For such environment, the remote procedure call (RPC) programming, in which a client program calls a procedure to execute in different remote nodes, should support the cooperative computation by offloading tasks to quantum computers or to classical computers depending on their computational characteristics. We introduce OmniRPC, a Grid RPC system, current cooperative computation example using OmniRPC, and future plan to support the cooperative computation of classical and quantum computers.

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