Institute of Computer Science AGH and IBM Software Laboratory in Krakow invite to Krakow Quantum Informatics Seminar (KQIS)
• understand and discuss current problems in quantum informatics,
• discuss new quantum computing technologies,
• exchange ideas and research results,
• integrate information across different research teams,
• build a community around quantum informatics.
Venue: via Internet, Webex https://ibm.webex.com/meet/tomasz.stopa
Tuesday, 1st of June 2021, 9:30-11:00
Bartłomiej Stępień, Institute of Computer Science, AGH Krakow
Topic: A survey of current research on Shor Algorithm with Qiskit
Shor's algorithm is one of the most famous example of quantum computing application. This algorithm, first proposed by Peter Shor in 1994 , solves the problem of factorization integer in polynomial time. Although it’s the best known realisation comes from 2003 , it is still considered to be of interest among researchers. As a part of this talk, the basis of Shor's algorithm will be introduced. The state of the art regarding variants of implementation (e.g. , , ) will be presented. Also, improved implementation of  will be proposed, and its properties and performance will be compared with other implementations.
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 T. Häner, M. Roetteler, and K. M. Svore, ‘Factoring using 2n+2 qubits with Toffoli based modular multiplication’, arXiv:1611.07995 [quant-ph], Jun. 2017, Accessed: May 19, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://arxiv.org/abs/1611.07995
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