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Biography
Scott Pakin has worked since 2002 as a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He has researched over time a variety of Computer Science topics related to high-performance computing, including programming models, application performance analysis, energy efficiency, and high-speed communication. For the past five years Scott has been focusing his research efforts on quantum computing, in particular on novel programming models for quantum computers. He currently serves as the technical/scientific point of contact for LANL's D-Wave quantum annealer and is leading a multimillion-dollar project on the automatic generation of noise-resilient circuit-model quantum algorithms and a smaller project on quantum programming models. Scott holds a Ph.D. and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a B.S. in Mathematics/Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University.
Presentations
Workshop
Online Only
Algorithms
Quantum Computing
Software Engineering
System Software and Runtime Systems
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Tutorial
In-Person Only
Quantum Computing
TUT
Chair of Sessions
Tutorial
In-Person Only
Quantum Computing
TUT
Students@SC
In-Person Only
Career Development
Workforce
TP
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TUT
XO / EX
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