Posts tagged with: Purdue University

Indiana U.S.A. is to Lead Coalition for Developing Quantum Technologies

Purdue to lead Indiana coalition to develop quantum technologies Purdue University is leading efforts to establish a National Science Foundation-backed quantum research center that would bring dozens of scientists from...

In Production:  Purdue-Bits, or P-Bits, Part of a Poor Person’s Probabilistic Computing System

Creating a new type of computing that’s ‘naturally probabilistic’ Purdue University researchers are building a probabilistic computer that could bridge the gap between classical and quantum computing to more efficiently...

ORNL & Purdue University Research: Practical Information Transfer Predecessor to Fundamental Quantum Communication Protocols

Each point on the sphere of this visual representation of arbitrary frequency-bin qubit states corresponds to a unique quantum state, and the gray sections represent the measurement results. The zoomed-in view illustrates examples of three quantum states plotted next to...

Purdue University Researchers Develop Wavelength-Selective Switch for Quantum Networking

A quantum internet is closer to reality, thanks to this switch When quantum computers become more powerful and widespread, they will need a robust quantum internet to communicate. Purdue University...

5G With Quantum Cryptography Coming to Indiana’s 5G Zone

Indiana 5G Zone Opens 5G Research and Commercialization Lab AT&T 5G and multi-access edge technologies used for new innovations in manufacturing, agriculture, and public safety.   AT&T teamed with Purdue...

Purdue University and DARPA Aim at Better Photon Detection

Quantum model unlocks new approach to single-photon detection Engineering a qubit system close to the point of a quantum phase transition could make single photons easier to detect, just as...