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Large scale multi-node simulations of $\mathbb{Z}_2$ gauge theory quantum circuits using Google Cloud Platform

@inproceedings{Gustafson2021LargeSM,
  title={Large scale multi-node simulations of \$\mathbb\{Z\}\_2\$ gauge theory quantum circuits using Google Cloud Platform},
  author={Erik J. Gustafson and Burt Holzman and Jim Kowalkowski and Henry Lamm and Andy C. Y. Li and Gabriel N. Perdue and Sergio Boixo and Sergei V. Isakov and Orion Martin and Ross Thomson and Catherine Vollgraff Heidweiller and Jackson Beall and Martin Ganahl and Guifr{\'e} Vidal and Evan Peters Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Google Mountain View and University of Waterloo},
  year={2021}
}
Simulating quantum field theories on a quantum computer is one of the most exciting fundamental physics applications of quantum information science. Dynamical time evolution of quantum fields is a challenge that is beyond the capabilities of classical computing, but it can teach us important lessons about the fundamental fabric of space and time. Whether we may answer scientific questions of interest using nearterm quantum computing hardware is an open question that requires a detailed… 
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