Posts tagged with: Quantum Information Processing

Berkeley Lab Team Demonstrates a Three-Qubit Native Quantum Gate With High Fidelity

Researchers at the Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) conducted the first experimental demonstration of a three-qubit high-fidelity iToffoli native gate in a superconducting quantum...

Controlled for First Time, Quantum Phenomenon Could Suggest Avenues for Technology

University of Chicago scientists have been able to create a new kind of quantum object at will in the laboratory: “domain walls.” The discovery can help researchers better understand...

Quantum Frontiers: Quantum Estuary

A conference talk served as a polished shell, reflecting light almost as a mirror. The talk centered on erasure, a process that unites thermodynamics with information processing: Imagine performing computations...

$12.2M Taxpayer Dollars Funding QuICS to Continue Quantum Technology Studies

The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS)—a research powerhouse focused on quantum computation, quantum communication and quantum cryptography—recently received a renewal of federal funding from the National...

Printing Photonic Isolators, On Chip, Any Wavelength: Is it Possible and Could it Work for Quantum Computing?

New photonic chip for isolating light may be key to miniaturizing quantum devices Light offers an irreplaceable way to interact with our universe. It can travel across galactic distances and...

No Clunky Magnets or Cryogenics Needed With This Potential Quantum Information Processing Technique

Scientists have generated circularly polarized light and controlled its direction without using clunky magnets or very low temperatures. The findings, by Nagoya University researchers and colleagues in Japan, and published...