Speaker: Sebastian Grijalva, Pasqal
Quantum Computers with Neutral atoms have become an increasingly successful platform for the processing of quantum information. In this talk, we will show the main aspects of how these quantum processing units (QPUs) work. We will present a dedicated software library, Pulser, that helps in the design and analysis of programs that can run in the Neutral Atom QPU, with application usecases. In addition, we will discuss the emulation aspects for these QPUs, both for personal use and for larger simulations.