Talk accepted by QTML 2023!

Paper on quantum information recovery is selected for talk in QTML 2023 🎉

Our paper Efficient Information Recovery from Pauli Noise via Classical Shadow by Yifei Chen, Zhan Yu, Chenghong Zhu and Xin Wang was selected for a short talk at QTML 2023!

For QTML 2023: Quantum Techniques in Machine Learning (QTML) is an annual international conference focusing on the interdisciplinary field of quantum technology and machine learning. The goal of the conference is to gather leading academic researchers and industry players to interact through a series of scientific talks focussed on the interplay between machine learning and quantum physics.

For the paper Efficient Information Recovery from Pauli Noise via Classical Shadow: We introduce an efficient algorithm that can recover information from quantum states under Pauli noise. The core idea is to learn the necessary information of the unknown Pauli channel by post-processing the classical shadows of the channel. For a local and bounded-degree observable, only partial knowledge of the channel is required rather than its complete classical description to recover the ideal information, resulting in a polynomial-time algorithm. This contrasts with conventional methods such as probabilistic error cancellation, which requires the full information of the channel and exhibits exponential scaling with the number of qubits. We also prove that this scalable method is optimal on the sample complexity and generalise the algorithm to the weight contracting channel. Furthermore, we demonstrate the validity of the algorithm on the 1D anisotropic Heisenberg-type model via numerical simulations. As a notable application, our method can be severed as a sample-efficient error mitigation scheme for Clifford circuits.

Chenghong Zhu
Chenghong Zhu
PhD Student

I obtained my BS and MS degrees in computer science from the University of Melbourne. My research interests include distributed quantum computing, quantum entanglement and quantum machine learning.