Tayur Prize for Quantum Optimization
2022 Tayur Prize for Error Correction and Noise Mitigation Techniques on Gate Based Quantum Circuits
2021 Tayur Prize for Numerical Performance of GAMA-inspired methods for Important/Imaginative Applications.(GAMA: Graver Augmented Multi-seed Algorithm.)
- First Place: Sai Sakunthala (ED18b044) and Apurva (EP18b004) for the use of GAMA on a Binary Classification problem
- Second Place: Shivaprasad (EP19B030) and Neelkanth (PH20C026) for the Quadratic Knapsack problem
2020 Tayur Prize is to encourage students to build a photonic Ising machine, demonstrate that it can solve an NP-hard optimization problem, and compare its performance against a classical solver. It is being awarded to two teams
- First Place: Parth Shah (ee17b059) and Gautam Umashankar (ee17b033) for building a Time-Multiplexed CIM photonic Ising machine to solve the Max-Cut Problem.
- Second Place: Vignesh Natarajan (ee17b119) and Vikram Ramesh (project staff) for building a Spatial-Photonic IM -Ising machine to solve the Number Partitioning Problem.