Tutorial on ”Quantum Computing for Earth Observation”

Tutorial on "Quantum Computing for Earth Observation"

This tutorial offers useful insights into the growing field of quantum computing and its impact on Earth Observation.



General Information

Quantum Computing (QC) holds the potential to tackle complex problems that are challenging for classical computers, even supercomputers. As a groundbreaking computing paradigm, QC can revolutionize fields such as cryptography, artificial intelligence, drug discovery, and Earth Observation. In this tutorial, we will examine the fundamentals of QC and explore the most promising algorithms for Earth Observation applications, specifically designed for Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices. Furthermore, we will assess the current landscape of quantum hardware and software, delving into the European ecosystem of quantum computing projects. By showcasing key players and significant advancements in the field, this tutorial will provide valuable insights into the burgeoning world of quantum computing and its implications for Earth Observation.


Gabriele Cavallaro – Forschungszentrum Jülich

Amer Delilbasic – Forschungszentrum Jülich

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