“No one has been able to build a scalable and fault-tolerant quantum computer so far and we don’t even know what that would look like,” said study co-first author Markus Borsch, U-M doctoral student in electrical and computer engineering. “But basic research like studying how electronic motion in solids works on the most fundamental levels might give us an idea that leads us in the right direction.”
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