Posts tagged with: Argonne National Laboratory

U. Chicago & Northwestern U. Scientists Create Methodology to Tailor Qubits

In new step toward quantum tech, scientists synthesize ‘bright’ quantum bits Innovative step by UChicago, Northwestern scientists could boost computing, sensing Qubits (short for quantum bits) are often made of...

Need Longer Quantum Memory? Control the Spin

UChicago scientists control single subatomic quantum memories in semiconductors Artistic rendering of the atomic structure of silicon carbide crystal showing an electron spin (purple sphere) entangled to a nuclear spin...

Argonne Put in the Driver’s Seat for Q-NEXT Quantum Center

Department of Energy selects Argonne to lead national quantum center [On August 26th, 2020],  the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)...

U.S. Department of Energy and University of Chicago Developing Quantum Computing Method to Simulate Complex Materials

U.S. Department of Energy and University of Chicago Developing Quantum Computing Method to Simulate Complex Materials Quantum computers have enormous potential for calculations using novel algorithms and involving amounts of...

Home on the Range: University of Wyoming Takes a Whack at Majorana Particles

Home on the Range: University of Wyoming Takes a Whack at Majorana Particles Two UW Faculty Members Receive DOE Grants to Research Alloys, Quantum Computer Materials Key points… +  Dilpuneet...

Study: Simulating Materials on Near-Term Quantum Computers

Study: Simulating Materials on Near-Term Quantum Computers Quantum simulations of materials on near-term quantum computers +  Abstract +  Quantum computers hold promise to enable efficient simulations of the properties of...