ISEQ, INTRIQ, COPL, Québec Quantique, Optonique et NUMANA invite you Wednesday, April 6th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m the 10th webinar of the Quantum Perspective series with Santosh Radha et Ian Buckley from Agnostiq on getting Started with Hybrid Classical and Quantum Workflows with Covalent
Workflow orchestration tools are widely used to optimize and organize computations in the data science and machine learning industries. Covalent is a new open-source Python tool which extends these principles to the academic community, with the goal of making computational experiments scalable, manageable, and reproducible. In this talk, we’ll discuss general principles of workflows and then focus on how Covalent is applied to scientific calculations in a quantum machine learning tutorial.Based in Toronto, Agnostiq develops software tools and applications that aim to make quantum and high performance computing resources more accessible to enterprises and developers. Along with algorithmic research, Agnostiq is developing Covalent, an open source workflow orchestration platform designed to help users manage and execute tasks on heterogeneous compute resources.
Speakers: Santosh Radha, PhD, Head of quantum algorythms, Agnotiq