Posts tagged with: Argonne National Laboratory

Chicago Quantum Exchange: New analysis shows promise of quantum technologies based on silicon carbide

Chicago Quantum Exchange: New analysis shows promise of quantum technologies based on silicon carbide New analysis shows promise of quantum technologies based on silicon carbide Points to note… +  An...

U.S. DARPA Funds Awarded to Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago in Effort to Boost U.S. Quantum Computing Leadership

U.S. DARPA Funds Awarded to Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago in Effort to Boost U.S. Quantum Computing Leadership Argonne receives two awards from DARPA for quantum information science...

International Space Station to Become NASA’s Quantum Space Lab

International Space Station to Become NASA’s Quantum Space Lab This piece puts together varied reports on the United States’ planned use of space to further quantum computing and a quantum...

Research Attempts to Limit Measurements by Implementing Simultaneous Multi-Measurements

Research Attempts to Limit Measurements by Implementing Simultaneous Multi-Measurements Research by PhD Student Pranav Gokhale and EPiQC Wins IBM Q Best Paper Excerpts and salient points ~ +  A significant...

U.S. Research Labs Collaborate to Solve Decoherence

U.S. Research Labs Collaborate to Solve Decoherence Particle accelerator technology could solve one of the most vexing problems in building quantum computers Last year, researchers at Fermilab received over $3.5...

Squeezing 61 Simulated Qubits for Grover’s Algorithm and Having a Scant 0.4 Percent Error

Squeezing 61 Simulated Qubits for Grover’s Algorithm and Having a Scant 0.4 Percent Error EPiQC Researchers Simulate 61-Bit Quantum Computer With Data Compression Key points… +  When trying to debug...