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The Thermodynamics of Quantum Computing
In research on quantum computers, one aspect that has been mostly neglected until now is the generation of heat....
January 13, 2023
Unimon: A New Qubit to Boost Quantum Computers for Useful Applications
A group of scientists from IQM Quantum Computers, Aalto University, and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have discovered a new superconducting qubit, the unimon, to increase the accuracy of...
November 15, 2022
Pearl and Snow Connected to Bring Supercomputing and Quantum Computing Together
VTT’s quantum computer HELMI (“Pearl”) has been connected with the pan-European supercomputer LUMI (“Snow”), hosted by CSC - IT Center for Science....
November 3, 2022
How Can Governments Use Quantum Computing for Public Sector Interests?
Creating a “quantum sandbox” within government aimed at developing proof-of-concepts and testing near-term quantum applications provides a unique way to begin using today’s technology....
August 2, 2022
Physicists Succeed in Controlling Dark States in Superconducting Quantum Bits
The concept developed by the Innsbruck physicists to control dark states can in principle be implemented not only with superconducting quantum bits, but also on other technological platforms....
March 17, 2022
Finnish, Canadian Firms to Support Scale-Up of Photonic Quantum Computer
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland was selected by Canadian full-stack photonic quantum computing company Xanadu as a partner to accelerate the development of their photonic quantum computers....
December 2, 2021