Advanced scientific computing projects such as the Virtual Human represent the pinnacle of ninety years of development of conventional classical computing. Quantum computers represent a completely different approach to information processing. Future quantum computers can be used for highly secure data management; to solve chemical problems in drug and materials design; and potentially solve complex optimisation problems in machine learning. In the next decade we expect quantum computers to solve problems that lie beyond capabilities of existing computers. We will assess the prospects for the advent of such machines, and their implications for projects such as the Virtual Human that are at the frontier of advanced scientific computing.
|Excited-State Dynamics: Linking Classical and Quantum Approaches|
|Quantum computing using continuous-time evolution|
|14:45||Anita Ramanan and Frances Tibble
|Quantum Inspired Optimisation: Transforming Healthcare Imaging using Quantum-accelerated Algorithms|
|15:05||Crispin Keable||Atos Quantum Learning Machine: Heading towards a quantum-accelerated life science|
|15:20||Peter Coveney||Quantum AI to the Virtual Human; where’s the virtual human?|
|15:35||REFRESHMENTS AND POSTER SESSION|