Quantum Computing and D-Wave Overview

Introducing the D-Wave 2X

Physics of Quantum Annealing - Hamiltonian and Eigenspectrum

How Quantum Annealing Works

Quantum Annealing Explained

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 1

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 2

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 3

Changing the World
Vern Brownell, CEO

Quantum Programming: Using a Map Coloring Example

Building a Commercial Quantum Computer
Jeremy Hilton, Senior Vice President, Systems

Applications of Quantum Computing
Dr. Suzanne Gildert, Applications development

Speed, Scientific Rigor and Engineering Choices
Commentary from D-Wave Chief Scientist, Eric Ladizinsky

Quantum Journey
Eric Ladizinsky, Chief Scientist

Overcoming Challenges
Murray Thom, Director of Professional Services

The D-Wave Opportunity
Mark Johnson, PhD, Physicist

Building the QC Part 1, Gathering Science
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the Quantum Computer Part 2, The Path Not Taken
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 3, Niobium Chips, the Foundry
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 4, How cold is it?
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 5, How quiet is it?
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 6, Programming Interface
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave