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

Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation (Quantum Physics and Logic 2017 Extended Abstract)

Information Theoretically Secure Hypothesis Test for Temporally Unstructured Quantum Computation


Presentations

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

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