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Programmable atomic Large-Scale Quantum Simulation 2.1


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Role within PASQuanS 2

UIBK will develop new innovative concepts and protocols for quantum simulations on the consortium's hardware. These will widen the scope of the simulators by providing cross-discipline applicationsreaching into quantum computation and metrology. The team will explore applications, in which a quantum advantage is within reach and support the development of protocols, applications and benchmarking.

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Prof. Barbara Kraus