JuliaCon 2023

Yao.jl & Bloqade.jl: towards a symbolic engine for quantum
07-26, 14:00–14:30 (US/Eastern), 32-G449 (Kiva)

In recent years the Julia language has seen increasing adoption in the quantum community, broadly defined. We propose to organize two back-to-back minisymposia on the theme of "Julia and quantum," including quantum computing, condensed matter physics, quantum chemistry. The talks would be addressed to both current and future experts.


In recent years the Julia language has seen increasing adoption in the quantum community, broadly defined. We propose to organize two back-to-back minisymposia on the theme of "Julia and quantum," including quantum computing, condensed matter physics, quantum chemistry. The talks would be addressed to both current and future experts.

Graduate student at University of Waterloo and Perimeter Institute. I’m interested in exploring quantum many body physics with machine learning and modern methods of programming. I'm also the Wittek Quantum Prize Winner in 2020 .

One of the creators of QuantumBFS/Yao.jl and many other open source packages in JuliaLang. Contributor of various projects including FluxML/Zygote.jl, FluxML/Flux.jl, PyTorch.

Core member of JuliaCN, the Julia language localization organization for Chinese.

This speaker also appears in: