Primeur magazine

Edition: flash - Issue: 2017-10-05

Quantum computing

One of the main barriers to get to quantum computing is that quantum bits are very error prone. Hence quantum correction is needed to get to reliable quantum systems. Juelich researcher Barbara Terhal, together with colleagues from Aachen and Sheffield universities have put together an Theory for Quantum error corrections. Read further...

Focus on Europe

The PoP HPC Centre of Excellence described on its blog experiences with Intel VTune instrumentation and tracing technology (ITT) API bindings for Python. Intel VTune Amplifier is a powerful tool for profiling code written in a variety of languages including C/C++, Fortran and Python. It can be used on parallel code that uses paradigms such as OpenMP, MPI and Intel Thread Building Blocks (TBB), as well as on serial code. Read further...