Posts tagged with: Duke University

Australia Department of Defence Shells out $2M to Griffith U. for Quantum Computer Development

Following on from their success in an international quantum computing research collaboration, Griffith University scientists have secured a further $2M from the Department of Defence’s Next Generation Technologies Fund (NGTF)....

U. Sydney Student’s Code Change Significantly Reduces Needed Resources for Error Detection and Correction; Amazon Takes Notice

Sydney student’s quantum code picked up by AWS Read More… +  A University of Sydney honours student’s quantum computing code is attracting global attention and will be used by cloud...

Error-free due to COVID-19? Empty Campus Getting Least Errors yet in Quantum Computer

Error-free due to COVID-19? Empty Campus Getting Least Errors yet in Quantum Computer Remote quantum computing is the future +  The COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown have been disastrous for many...

Enabling Spintronic Computing Through Control of Electromagnetics

Enabling Spintronic Computing Through Control of Electromagnetics New handle for controlling electromagnetic properties could enable spintronic computing In brief… +  Materials scientists at Duke University have shown the first clear...

‘The Quantum Information Edge’ Strategic Alliance Launched in the U.S.

‘The Quantum Information Edge’ Strategic Alliance Launched in the U.S. The Quantum Information Edge Launches to Accelerate Quantum Computing R&D for Breakthrough Science A nationwide alliance of national labs, universities,...

Software-Tailored Architecture for Quantum: First QC W/In 5 Years?

The U.S. National Science Foundation awarded $15M for the Software-Tailored Architecture for Quantum (STAQ) project. STAQ aims to deliver the first quantum computer within 5 years. Collaboration involves a number...