Graduate Degree Type
Computer Information Systems (M.S.)
School of Engineering
Hermitian matrix multiplication is one of the most common actions that is performed on quantum matrices, for example, it is used to apply observables onto a given state vector/density matrix.
Our goal is to create an algorithm to perform the matrix multiplication within the constraints of QuEST , a high-performance simulator for quantum circuits. QuEST provides a system-independent platform for implementing and simulating quantum algorithms without the need for access to quantum machines. The current implementation of QuEST supports CUDA, MPI, and OpenMP, which allows programs to run on a wide variety of systems.
Beaudoin, Collin; Trefftz, Christian; and Kurmas, Zachary, "Quantum Simulation Using High-Performance Computing" (2021). Masters Theses. 1011.