This two-day workshop will provide a unique opportunity for experts in the field of quantum information science to come together and discuss open questions in an informal atmosphere. The goal is to understand the impacts of realistic noise models on fault-tolerant operation and whether simulation and model reduction techniques can be used to answer some of these issues.

The workshop will be held at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory's (APL) Kossiakoff Center located on the APL Main Campus in Laurel, MD. The workshop is sponsored by IARPA.

DAY 1:
Abstract Noise Models for Quantum Devices

DAY 2:
Model Reduction Techniques to Enable Efficient Error Modeling of Quantum Circuits