Path to Stable Quantum Devices Receives European Research Council Grant
ERC grants consolidation to lowland science stars
+ Imec’s Meckling has been awarded a Consolidator Grant for working out his project called “Notice”. The ground-breaking idea of this project is the research of novel oxides and experimental realization of topological interfaces to generate Majorana fermions that will lead to fault-tolerant qubits devices – building blocks of the next-generation quantum computers.
Clement Merckling is looking to open the path to ‘stable’ quantum devices.
+ These “Majorana qubits” are expected to be immune to decoherence – a phenomenon that induces the loss of quantum information.
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