Posts tagged with: Aalto University

Finnish, Canadian Firms to Support Scale-Up of Photonic Quantum Computer

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland was selected by Canadian full-stack photonic quantum computing company Xanadu as a partner to accelerate the development of their photonic quantum computers....

Operational! Finland’s Quantum Computer to March Beyond 5-Qubit Start

The 5-qubit quantum computer is part of a larger initiative. VTT and IQM aim to build together a much more powerful 50-qubit quantum computer by 2024 and further develop Finland’s...

Aalto University Researchers Observe Long-Lived, Macroscopic Quantum Entanglement

Evading the uncertainty principle in quantum physics In quantum mechanics, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle dictates that the position and speed of an object cannot both fully be known precisely at...

Aalto University Research Makes Spooky Action at a Distance Spookier

New physics rules tested on quantum computer Aalto researchers have used an IBM quantum computer to explore an overlooked area of physics, and have challenged 100 year old cherished notions...

Aalto University Researchers Taming Entanglement

Entangling electrons with heat Quantum entanglement is key for next-generation computing and communications technology, Aalto researchers can now produce it using temperature differences   IMAGE: FALSE-COLOUR ELECTRON MICROSCOPE IMAGE OF THE...

Nokia Foundation Rewarding Finnish Quantum Computing Research

Nokia Foundation award to Mikko Möttönen for quantum computing research The awardee, Mikko Möttönen, D.Sc. (Tech), Professor of Quantum Technology at Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland,...