Daniel James Mills

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Academic

Papers

The Born Supremacy: Quantum Advantage and Training of an Ising Born Machine

Methods for Classically Simulating Noisy Networked Quantum Architectures: Published in Quantum Science and Technology

Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation: Extended abstract published in the proceedings of Quantum Physics and Logic 2017


Presentations

LFCS PhD Lunch: Verification of Near Term Quantum Computers

Quantum Simulation and Computation 2019: The Born Supremacy - Quantum Advantage and Training of an Ising Born Machine

QuHackEd: Verification of NISQ Devices - I co-organised the event

ESA Workshop – Quantum Processing of Big Data: from quantum computing to earth observation: The Training and Quantum Advantage of the Ising Born Machine - I was an invited speaker

QuRLInG 2019: Verification of NISQ Devices - I spoke as part of a group with my contribution being to the “Hypothesis Testing” section.

QuIVER 2018: Verification of Quantum Superiority - I co-organised the event

Pervasive Parallelism Lunch 2018: 5 years away - A history of quantum computing and the prospect of a near term superiority demonstration.

Quantum Physics and Logic 2017: Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation - VIDEO

Quantum Simulation Models Workshop 2017: Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation

Pervasive Parallelism Lunch 2017: Quantum Computing - Some Interesting Bits and Bobs, and Squashed Misconceptions


Posters

IWQC 2019: Application Motivated Benchmarking of Quantum Computation and Compilation

NISQ 2019: The Superiority of Quantum Machine Learning on NISQ Technology

Pervasive Parallelism Industrial Engagement 2019: Verification and Utilisation of Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum Technology

Pervasive Parallelism Industrial Engagement 2018: Verification of Early Stage Quantum Computation - HANDOUT

Theoretical Quantum Computing 2017 & Trustworthy Quantum Computing 2017: Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation