Physics of Matter / Quantum
- Alberto Garfagnini (University of Padua)
The promise of quantum computing is to provide new methods to unveil the physics of molecules and materials that has been inaccessible to the conventional numerical modeling. Over the past few years, quantum annealers have grown in complexity to the point that the computation of molecular energies has
become a feasible application. Whilst typical approaches use quantum annealers to extract...
The development of quantum computers is one of the most intriguing and motivating challenges of the current century. Thanks to their inborn quantum nature, these machines are expected to offer an unprecedented computational advantage over classical machines in solving highly complex
computational problems that span from the simulation of quantum systems to quantum chemistry and material...
Natural language processing (NLP) is the ability of a computer to understand human languages. In both the academic and the industrial world, NLP has been widely used for different purposes such as Sentiment Analysis, Semantic
Text Similarity (STS), Text Translation, and Question Answering (QA), to cite a few.
With the advent of the Transformer model architectures like BERT, the performances...