Thursday 16 September 2021
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Organized by Coimbra JUG
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About this eventTo celebrate OpenJDK 17 and Foojay as a community platform for its users, we’re kicking off the Virtual Foojay OpenJDK 17+ JUG Tour, focused on OpenJDK 17, plus more!
From Java Records to Quantum Computing
Quantum Computing is getting more and more attention. While the commercial availability of real, general-purpose hardware is still limited, the potential is huge, in many areas including encryption, optimisation, chemistry, and physics. Quantum Computers need to be programmed, similar to how classical computers are programmed.
In this session, we explain the major differences between classical computing and quantum computing. We discuss how Java can be used to create quantum applications, and we talk about potential improvements in Java bytecode that could leverage quantum concepts. Most quantum computing software research currently uses quantum simulators, where a real quantum computer is simulated using a classical computer. This creates major challenges related to memory and computing resources. We will discuss how improvements in project Panama, or using Records can improve the performance of Java for quantum computing simulators.
Johan Vos is a cofounder of Gluon, a Java technology company that aims to offer Java solutions for all platforms including desktop, embedded, and mobile apps, and connect them to the cloud. He is a Java Champion and holds an MSc in Mining Engineering and a PhD in Applied Physics.
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