Who Am I?

Thank you for visiting my webpage!
My name is Bo YANG (cn:杨 博 / jp:楊 博).

I am a PhD candidate at Laboratoire d'informatique de Sorbonne Université (LIP6, Sorbonne University).

I love travelling, cooking, learning languages, and studying linguistics:)

Research Activities

In my master's research, I focused on benchmarking and better use of near-term quantum devices, especially IBM Quantum devices. 

For my PhD research, I am focusing on quantum error mitigation (QEM), and the integration of  QEM and quantum verification in Prof. Elham Kashefi's team.

As for my long-term goal, I am looking for practical quantum architectures and high-level quantum programming languages.


Internships / Projects

February 2022 - March 2022

Theoretical analysis of large-scale quantum computation on the NISQ computer using the hybrid tensor network method

April 2021 - December 2021

Co-author and a member of the judging team of the final problem.


August 2022 - currently attending
Advisor: Prof. Elham Kashefi
Group: Edinburgh and Paris Quantum Virtual Lab, LIP6 Quantum Information Team

April 2022 - (Stopped and transferred to LIP6, Sorbonne University)
Advisor: Prof. Tetsuo Shibuya

April 2020 - March 2022
Advisor: Prof. Hiroshi Imai
Master Thesis Title: Witness of Multipartite Entanglements with Efficient Readout Error Mitigation on Near-term Quantum Devices

April 2016 - March 2020
Advisor: Prof. Hiroshi Imai
Senior Thesis Title: Faster Computation of Linear Rank-width via Quantum Algorithm Based on Dynamic Programming



Software / Programming Languages