Prof. Wanyang Dai
Prof. Wanyang Dai
Nanjing University, China
Title: Operational rules via quantum entanglements for quantum computers

We study operational rules via quantum entanglements for quantum computers through deriving a general spherical coordinate formula for a quantum state of n-qubit register. The associated angle-based n-qubit operational rules on a (n+1)-manifold are established to help developing (cold atom, photon or other techniques based) programmable quantum computers, which are simple and efficient in the sense that they reduce the complicated quantum multiplication and division operations to simple addition and subtraction operations just like those used in a conventional computer. The rules for n-qubit operations are realized through measurement-based feedback controls and quantum entanglements in order to develop scalable quantum computer chips and implement quantum-cloud computing. The performance models are also derived through the scaling limits (called reflecting Gaussian random fields on a manifold) for n-qubit quantum computer-based quantum storage systems.


Wanyang Dai is a Distinguished Professor in Nanjing University, Chief Scientist in Su Xia Control Technology. He is the current President & CEO of U.S. based (Blockchain & Quantum-Computing) SIR Forum, President of Jiangsu Probability & Statistical Society, Chairman of Jiangsu BigData-Blockchain and Smart Information Special Committee. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics and systems & industrial engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in USA. He was an MTS and principal investigator in U.S. based AT&T Bell Labs (currently Nokia Bell Labs) with some project won “Technology Transfer” now called cloud system. He was the Chief Scientist in DepthsData Digital Economic Research Institute. He published numerous influential papers in big name journals including Quantum Information Processing, Operations Research, Operational Research, Queueing Systems, Computers & Mathematics with Applications, Communications in Mathematical Sciences, and Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics. He received various academic awards and has presented over 50 keynote/plenary speeches in IEEE/ACM, big data and cloud computing, quantum computing and communication technology, computational and applied mathematics, biomedical engineering, mathematics & statistics, and other international conferences. He has been serving as IEEE/ACM conference chairs, editors-in-chief and editorial board members for various international journals ranging from artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, wireless communication, pure mathematics & statistics to their applications.