A UC Riverside materials scientist has received a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the scalability of quantum computers by allowing them to operate at room temperature.
UK-based quantum software startup Phasecraft today continues to advance the potential of quantum computing as it reveals significant software advances for near-term quantum computers.
Funding for $5.4 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will help scientists from Cornell University and their collaborators to continue to develop sophisticated quantum science and technology.
Cornell researchers and their collaborators will continue to advance quantum science and technology thanks to $5.4 million in new funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Quantum computers could eventually tackle certain problems that today are difficult or impossible to solve, even for the most powerful high-performance computers.
Xanadu, a full-stack photonic quantum computing company and imec a world-leading research and innovation center in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, have today announced a partnership to develop the next generation of photonic qubits based on ultra-low loss silicon nitride waveguides.
Optical quantum computers have long been overshadowed by superconducting technologies that have been accelerated by huge development programmes run at tech giants like IBM and Google.
As reported in a new article in Nature Reviews Physics, instead of waiting for fully mature quantum computers to emerge, Los Alamos National Laboratory and other leading institutions have developed hybrid classical/quantum algorithms to extract the most performance—and potentially quantum advantage—from today’s noisy, error-prone hardware.
Q-CTRL, a startup that uses the principles of control engineering to render quantum technology applicable, recently announced the induction of a technical advisory board, which comprises experts from a wide range of fields to boost the industry’s development.
Researchers have for the first time used a quantum computer to generate accurate results from materials science simulations that can be verified with practical techniques.