Practical approaches to probing many-body systems with quantum computers
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Quantum computing has the potential to develop as an experimental and computational platform for physics, chemistry, materials science, and biology. Considerable progress has been made in hardware, software and algorithms that allow us to probe many-body systems with quantum computers, and make scientific discovery a reality. In this talk, I will discuss some of the recent developments in quantum computing algorithms to simulate the complex many-body systems common in physical sciences. To obtain reliable results from NISQ quantum computers, error mitigation, and reduction of computational complexity are essential. I will highlight some of our efforts to enable reliable simulations on quantum hardware.