QUANTUM COMPUTING AND SIMULATION OF MATERIALS


Oduncuoğlu M., Erol B.

The 5th International Conference of Materials and Engineering Technology (TICMET'23), İstanbul, Turkey, 13 - 16 November 2022

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: İstanbul
  • Country: Turkey
  • Yıldız Technical University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

The multidisciplinary field of quantum computing and related next-generation technology has the potential to advance industry applications and our daily life. Recent advances and opportunities in material sciences with quantum computing include novel issues in synthesis, fabrication, material characterization, and simulation. Quantum computing were using the quantum bits and properties of subatomic particles. The superposition, entanglement, and interference to extend the computational capabilities are the examples of these quantum properties. In this study, we were investigated and highlighted the potential impact of quantum computations on certain roles of material science for the future of a growing industrial sector. The application of quantum computers provided exponential performance benefits in processing and simulating the quantum systems within many ranges with ease. The simulations of material systems with the state of a many particle molecules at the thermodynamic limit involving lots of degrees of freedom. The properties and simulations of these materials were described by using quantum mechanics that are sped up by a quantum computer. Some quantum problems in material sciences were solved by using a wide range of quantum algorithms. There are many different ideas and components to test a slew of proposals in real quantum computational platforms for solving the open problems. The quantum hardware and computational methods have been actively researching and is set to continue to develop in the future, and the new computational subjects are used to the study of material sciences.