RC2022 Invited talks

Invited talks

Robert O'Callahan (lead developer of rr): Reverse Execution In The rr Debugger

Debugging is the process of tracing effects back to causes, so reverse execution is an extremely powerful debugging tool. "rr" is a debugger that simulates "reverse execution" based on the ability to record and replay (many times) the execution of a program. rr is widely used and loved, and has been applied to debug many large applications such as Firefox, Chrome, QEMU and OpenJDK. In this talk I'll focus on how rr builds on record-and-replay to simulate reverse execution, and how reverse execution is useful in practice to debug difficult bugs.

Vincent van Wingerden (Microsoft Europe): an introduction to Azure Quantum and the Microsoft QDK

During this session we will provide an overview of the possibilities that Azure quantum offers. We will show how you can develop and run your circuits with the Microsoft QDK, on various different hardware platforms.

Important dates :

Abstract submission:
February 28, 2022 (EXTENDED)

Submission deadline:
February 28, 2022 (EXTENDED)

Notification to authors:
April 10, 2022 (EXTENDED)

Final version:
April 25, 2022

July 5 - July 6, 2022

Program Chairs:

Claudio Antares Mezzina
University of Urbino, Italy

Krzysztof Podlaski
University of Łódź, Poland