Posts tagged with: Delft Technical University

Quantum Materials Get Evermore Precise Patterning

A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient quantum electronics....

TU Delft & QuTech Research Scaling Qubits With Germanium

TU Delft & QuTech Research Scaling Qubits With Germanium QuTech researchers are the first to build a single-hole qubit Points to note… +  One of the key challenges in building...

Quantum Inspire Inspiring Latest Startup Orange Quantum Systems

Quantum Inspire Inspiring Latest Startup Orange Quantum Systems Dutch startup spins out of QuTech offering experimental setups to quantum computing research groups. Key points… +  [April 20th] marks the beginning...

Quantum Inspire: The Latest Quantum Computing Cloud Environment and a First for Europe

Quantum Inspire: The Latest Quantum Computing Cloud Environment and a First for Europe Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven and European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel launch Quantum Inspire Today [April 20, 2020], Minister...

Using Diamond Qubits, Researchers Maintain Quantum State Coherence for > 60 Seconds

Using Diamond Qubits, Researchers Maintain Quantum State Coherence for > 60 Seconds Diamond-Based Qubits Set New Coherence Record In brief… +  Researchers have created a diamond-based quantum memory device that...

With Majorana Particles Proven, Enter Majorana Quantum Bits

With Majorana Particles Proven, Enter Majorana Quantum Bits The importance to quantum computing is the stability of the Majorana particle. In 2012, the University of Delft experimented in proving the...