Quantum information technology (QIT) holds the potential to accelerate computation to the point where numerous previously unsolved issues can be resolved. Ireland, as a technologically innovative country, has taken the initiative to contribute to the growth of quantum tech globally while building a sustainable ecosystem within the country.
Regional Spotlight: The Quantum Race in Ireland
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
Quantum Technology in Relation to Corporate Citizenship
By Owais Ali
What is Quantum Memory?
New Cryogenic On-Wafer Prober for Quantum Material Characterization
James Webb Telescope Makes Exciting Discovery in K2-18b Atmosphere
By Ibtisam Abbasi
Researchers Synchronize Independently Generated Single Photons Using Atomic Quantum Memory
Predicting Spin Defect Formation for Use in Quantum Technologies
JWST Images Provide Glimpse Into Early Days of Galaxy Evolution
OIST Researchers Develop Quantum Engine That Could Revolutionize Technology
Astronomers Measure Black Hole Spin for First Time in Galaxy M87
Perimeter Institute and Haiqu Join Forces to Advance Quantum Computing Research
Scientists Complete First Direct Measurement of Gravity’s Effect on Antimatter
The JWST Studies Star Formation in the Small Magellanic Cloud
By Robert Lea
The James Webb Space Telescope Investigates New Exoplanet Atmosphere
James Webb Captures its First Direct Image of an Exoplanet
In a new interview feature, AZoQuantum talks with Hannes Bernien from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering about his research focusing on noise-reduction in quantum computers utilizing 'spectator qubits'.
Dr. Foni Raphaël Lebrun-Gallagher
AZoQuantum had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Foni Raphaël Lebrun-Gallagher about his team's breakthrough research at the University of Sussex. Their latest research proves the viability of connecting independent ion-trap quantum computer modules via electric fields.
In our latest interview, Assistant Professor Shuolong Yang from the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering discusses a new topological superconductor to carry quantum information, and how its production method was inspired by paper block printing.
LabOne Q is a new software framework that accelerates quantum computing progress on Zurich Instruments’ hardware. With LabOne Q, users can design complex quantum experiments with an intuitive, high-level programming language.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.