D2T Special Seminar 2020
Sep. 18 Friday 13:00-
Zoom webinar online
Language: English and English - Japanese translation service

D2T Special Seminar 2020 will be held on Sep. 18 Friday 13:00- connected with 15th D2T symposium.
We introduce two topics: basic seminar of machine learning and micro-LED trends and test. These two topics are very hot recently.
Please join the seminar and also please join 15th D2T symposium.

Registration (Free of charge):
All of 9/17 15th D2T symposium (English), 9/18 D2T special lecture 2020 (English) and 9/16 COMSOL Online Seminar (Japanese), Please register here

9/18 D2T special lecture 2020 (English) only is here

9/16 The introduction of COMSOL Online Seminar (Japanese website) is here

Title: Opportunities and challenges for developing hybrid quantum-classical machine learning and optimization algorithms.

Toma Sogabe, Associate Professor
i-PERC&Department of Engineering Science
The University ofElectro-Communications

We present an overview of our progress on quantum-inspired and quantum-assisted algorithms for optimization and machine learning. We develop an end-to-end quantum-inspired support vector machine algorithm based on the deterministic Deutsch–Jozsa algorithm oracle. Meanwhile, we will introduce quantum neural networks-based machine learning and present quantified expressibility metrics as well as quantum regularization for different quantum ansatz. At last, we compare several popular quantum optimization algorithms including QAOA, QAA, VQE, and Qbsolv with classic algorithms such as Gurobi, and will discuss their advantages, limitations as well as challenges.

Title: Micro LED technical trend and testing needs
Kotaro Hasegawa
Applied Research and Venture Team, Advantest Corporation


MicroLED is a technology for future panel display. Even not reaching to major technology yet, there is many opportunities for the technology to replace existing display technologies. In this session, talk about market and technology trend, manufacturing workflow, issues on manufacturing and the testing needs/methodology to realize high quality products.

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Sysmtems Design Lab (d.lab), School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
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Sysmtems Design Lab (d.lab), School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo