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## Spring 2022

Unless noted otherwise, talks will be on Mondays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm on Zoom. When a talk is offered in-person, it will be in Exploratory Hall, room 4106.

**February 7**

Quantum linear system solvers based on continuous and discrete adiabatic quantum computing

Dong An, University of Maryland

**February 14**

Simulating Hamiltonian dynamics on a quantum computer using the off-diagonal series expansion

Itay Hen, Information Sciences Institute and University of Southern California

**February 21**

The Role of Entanglement for Function Estimation with Quantum Sensor Networks

Jacob Bringewatt, University of Maryland

**February 28**

Catalytic Embeddings: From Gate Teleportation to Circuit Synthesis

Andrew Glaudell, Booz Allen / George Mason University

**March 21**

A Quantum Advantage for a Natural Streaming Problem

John Kallaugher, Sandia National Laboratories

**April 4 **

Jiayu Zhang, Caltech

**April 18**

Connor Mooney, George Mason University

**April 25**

Quantum Earth Mover's Distance: A New Approach to Learning Quantum Data

Milad Marvian, New Mexico

**May 2 **

Ce Jin, MIT