Posts tagged with: Delft University of Technology

What’s Next for Time Crystals?

UC Berkeley physicist Norman Yao first described five years ago how to make a time crystal — a new form of matter whose patterns repeat in time instead of space. Unlike crystals...

Withstanding Cold, Addressing the Quantum Bits Issue; QuTech and Intel May Have the Solution

Intel and QuTech Demonstrate Advances in Solving Quantum Interconnect Bottlenecks A cryogenic controller chip opens the door to solving the ‘wiring bottleneck’ and subsequently to realize a fully integrated, scalable...

TU Delft: Bob Now Physically Connects to Alice (and Charlie?) to Create Quantum Network

Dutch researchers establish the first entanglement-based quantum network A team of researchers from QuTech in the Netherlands reports realization of the first multi-node quantum network, connecting three quantum processors. In...

Fujitsu Teams With Riken U., Osaka U., and TU Delft to Enable Practical Quantum Computing

Fujitsu Commences Joint Research with World-Leading Institutions for Innovations in Quantum Computing Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced the launch of three collaborative research projects with world-leading research institutions: one with...

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 Technology Platform Launched by Dutch Research Institute

Quantum Technology Platform Launched by Dutch Research Institute ECP, TNO launch quantum technology platform in Netherlands Key points… +  ECP, the platform for the information society, has with Dutch research...
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