Dr. med. univ. Clemens Dlaska, BSc MSc

PhD Student

Room: 2S01 ITP
Phone: +43 512 507 52290
Email: Clemens.Dlaska[at]uibk.ac.at

Research group: Quantum Optimization

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  • FLD Research Documentation

    Publications 2019

    Contributions to Books / Journals

    Journal Article (Original Paper)
    • Dlaska, C.; Sieberer, L. M.; Lechner, W. (2019): Designing ground states of Hopfield networks for quantum state preparation.
      In: Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) 99/3, No. 032342. (DOI) (Web link)



    Lectures 2019

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Dlaska, C. Co-author(s): Lechner, Wolfgang: Designing ground states of Hopfield networks for quantum state preparation.
      AQC 2019 - Adiabatic Quantum Computing Conference, Innsbruck, 2019-06-24. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Dlaska, C. Co-author(s): Sieberer, L.; Lechner, W.: Designing ground states of Hopfield networks for quantum state preparation.
      ESI Conference: Quantum Computing in Near Term, Wien, 2019-10-22. (Web link)

    Poster Presentation
    • Lecturer(s): Dlaska, C. Co-author(s): Lechner, W.; Zoller, P.; van Bijnen, R.: Stroboscopic Rydberg dressing for near term quantum optimization.
      Austrian Quantum Information Conference 2019, Wien, 2019-10-31. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Dlaska, C. Co-author(s): Lechner, W.; Zoller, P.; van Bijnen, R.: Stroboscopic Rydberg dressing for near term quantum optimization.
      Continuous-time quantum computing and simulation: perspectives and challenges, Buckinghamshire, 2019-10-02. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Dlaska, Clemens: Designing ground states of Hopfield networks for quantum state preparation.
      Quantum Computing – From Algorithms to Applications (QIP2019), Obergurgl, 2019-04-16. (Web link)



    Publications 2017

    Contributions to Books / Journals

    Journal Article (Original Paper)
    • Dlaska, C.; Vermersch, B.; Zoller, P. (2017): Robust quantum state transfer via topologically protected edge channels in dipolar arrays.
      In: Quantum Science and Technology 2/1, No. 015001. (DOI) (Web link)

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