Dr Normann Mertig
Telephone : +44.1223.44.29.05 (Direct)
Email: nmm47 (add domain name : "cam.ac.uk")
- Quantum Computing
- Information Processing
- Statistical Physics
I started my research activity with a PhD and a Postdoc in quantum chaos. Subsequently I joined Hitachi and switched fields, working on machine learning applications, compilation algorithms, and hardware designs for CMOS annealers.
Recent Research projects
I recently joined our Cambridge Laboratory to work on quantum computing and algorithms.
O. Crawford, J. R. Cruise, N. Mertig, and M. F. Gonzalez-Zalba, New Journal Of Physics : Quantum Information 9, 13, (2023), Compilation and scaling strategies for a silicon quantum processor with sparse two-dimensional connectivity
Y. Sugie, Y. Yoshida, N. Mertig, T. Takemoto, H. Teramoto, A. Nakamura, I. Takigawa, S. Minato, M. Yamaoka, and T. Komatsuzaki, Soft Computing 25, 1731 (2021), Minor-embedding heuristics for large-scale annealing processors with sparse hardware graphs of up to 102,400 nodes
K. Yamamoto, K. Ando, N. Mertig, T. Takemoto, M. Yamaoka, H. Teramoto, A. Sakai, S. Takamaeda-Yamazaki, and M. Motomura, 2020 IEEE International Solid- State Circuits Conference - (ISSCC), p (2020), 7.3 STATICA: A 512-Spin 0.25M-Weight Full-Digital Annealing Processor with a Near-Memory All-Spin-Updates-at-Once Architecture for Combinatorial Optimization with Complete Spin-Spin Interactions