November Meeting - Computer Society Pikes Peak Chapter - Quantum Computing Application Part 2 of 2


This is the second of a two part tutorial on Quantum Computing by Dr. Trung T. Pham, from the Department of Computer Science at USAFA.  If you missed session 1, the slides and recording are at....

The topic will be an Application of Quantum Memory

Session Details:

This second session will focus on developing a specific Application for Quantum Memory to hold data in a superimposing fashion so that an infinite amount of data can be stored without ever running out of memory space. The application is an evolving concept, developed for storing digital images into the memory bank consisting of many quantum bits. Instead of using the traditional concept of data storage in a digital computer where a block of memory is used to store only one set of data and afterward this block is reserved so that no further storing is possible, this application proposes to use the same block of quantum memory to store new data repeatedly and indefinitely. Thus, algorithms for storing and retrieving data are developed, and numerical simulations are presented to demonstrates the workability of the concept.


The Speaker: 

Trung T. Pham obtained his BSEE, MS, and PhD from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and his MBA from the University of Houston, also in Houston, Texas.

He is with the Cyberworx and Department of Computer Science of the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. Previously he worked at NASA Johnson Space Center, The University of Houston, and the University of Talca. His research interest includes artificial intelligence, computational algorithms, cryptology, data mining, image processing, and system modeling.

Trung is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electronic & Electrical Engineering (IEEE), Senior Member of the International Society of Automation (ISA). Previously he served as Vice-Chair of the Galveston Bay Section of the IEEE, and currently he serves as member of the Executive Committee of the Pikes Peak Section of the IEEE

  Date and Time




  • Date: 05 Nov 2020
  • Time: 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM
  • All times are America/Denver
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This will be a virtual meeting.   URL will be sent out to those that register a few days before the meeting.

  • Starts 04 October 2020 02:00 PM
  • Ends 04 November 2020 11:00 PM
  • All times are America/Denver
  • No Admission Charge