Professor Erol Gelenbe of IITIS-PAN has been awarded the high honour of "Commander of the Order of the Crown" by H. M. the King of Belgium, by Royal Decree dated 28th of October 2022.
- Author: Monika Serafin | Post date: 24.11.2022
- Author: Jarosław Miszczak | Post date: 14.11.2022
We are pleased to announce that one of our doctoral students from the Quantum Information Systems Team, Akash Kundu, working on his PhD as part of the Joint Doctoral School, has been awarded a scholarship by the JM Rector of the Silesian University of Technology for publishing in one of the best journals in the field of interdisciplinary aspects of physics and astronomy.
- Author: Monika Serafin | Post date: 14.11.2022
The Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics of the Polish Academy of Sciences has two openings for Research Assistants in the Internet of Things Team.
- Author: Tadeusz Czachórski | Post date: 02.11.2022
Professor Erol Gelenbe, of IITIS PAN is among 19 speakers at the upcoming Abu Dhabi Artificial Intelligence Summit on December 12-13, 2022. The list of speakers includes three Fields Medalists in mathematics and two Turing Prize winners in computer science. Our employee is the only invited speaker from an institution in Central Europe.
- Author: Jarosław Miszczak | Post date: 25.10.2022
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Mateusz Ostaszewski, who defended his doctoral thesis at IITiS PAN in 2020, has been awarded the Witold Lipski Prize for the best young computer scientists.
- Author: Łukasz Zimny | Post date: 10.10.2022
IITiS PAN offers the position of a research assistant in the Machine Learning Group. The involved person will participate in the implementation of research topics related to the preparation of machine learning algorithms for industrial applications.
- Author: Jarosław Miszczak | Post date: 05.09.2022 | Last modified: 05.12.2022
Date:06/09/2022 - 11:30
We start with a discussion on computational problems and algorithms. We define a generic form of decision problems, and then introduce deterministic finite automaton (DFA) as a basic decider. After having a few examples on the DFAs with discussions on their limitations, we introduce their probabilistic and quantum variants. We present a representative algorithm for each of these variants, followed by a discussion on the quantum advantages in finite automata settings. We shortly review the recent implementations of QFA algorithms on real quantum hardware.
- Author: Jarosław Miszczak | Post date: 29.07.2022
We are pleased to congratulate our employees, Özlem Salehi and Adam Glos for winning the top prize in an international programming competition organized by Classiq. Adam i Özlem got the best score and created a quantum program for a task in which the problem was to solve Kakuro, a mathematical transliteration of a crossword puzzle. A detailed discussion of the task, along with a description of the proposed solution has been made available by the contest organizers.