Making Quantum Error Correction Feasible
Error correction is critical to making quantum computing succeed. Recent U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) awards have put $1.3M (USD) into the coffers of researchers. Texas A & M is fortunate to have the research team and the funding to work on one of the “best bets” to reducing errors imposed during transmission of quantum computer data into classical computing systems. This aspect plays a large part in banking transactions; that level of security necessitates finding quantum-secure algorithms and other methods to maintain security in a post-quantum cryptography world.