ELQ Proposers' Day

June 27, 2022

The Entangled Logical Qubits (ELQ) program aims to advance the state of the science in universal fault-tolerant quantum computing (UFTQC) by demonstrating high-fidelity entanglement between error-corrected logical qubits using a modular architecture. This is an essential step towards the realization of UFTQC and its potential to greatly outperform classical computing in solving certain classes of problems, including those of interest to the Intelligence Community (IC), and to the U.S. Government as a whole. 


The ELQ Proposers’ Day will be a hybrid meeting accommodating in-person and virtual attendance. The venue seats 90 with additional space for informal discussions and 20 posters. Presentations and talks will be broadcast through Webex, while the poster session and teaming discussions will be on-site-only segments. To accommodate as many organizations as possible who would like to participate in person, we ask each organization to limit its venue attendance to four (4) individuals. Exceptions to this limit could be made for organizations with two or more disparate technical groups requesting individual representation. Additional persons may join virtually. The opportunity to present a 5-minute “lightning talk” on behalf of an organization is extended to in-person and virtual attendees alike. Organizations represented in-person may also present a poster. Individuals requesting in-person attendance must first register on-line for approval. Organizations that will attend only virtually also need to register on-line, through a designated point-of-contact. The link to the Webex platform will be shared with approved attendees on Friday, July 8, 2022. For later reference, the recorded video of the presentations and talks will be posted publicly on the ELQ page of the IARPA website.

ELQ Hybrid Proposers’ Day: 10:00am-5:00pm EDT 11 July 2022

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