Posts tagged with: Qubits

Qubits: A Primer (Part 6 of 8)

The sixth part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ provides a high-level overview of various types of qubits. ...

Europe Enters New Era of Hybrid Quantum-HPC

With the "High-Performance Computer and Quantum Simulator hybrid" (HPCQS) project, Europe is entering a new era of hybrid quantum high-performance computing. The aim is to closely connect two quantum simulators,...

Quantum Information Disappears at the Atomic Scale, Brookhaven and Princeton U Scientists Look to Find Sources of Loss

Engineers and materials scientists studying superconducting quantum information bits (qubits)—a leading quantum computing material platform based on the frictionless flow of paired electrons—have collected clues hinting at the microscopic sources of qubit information...

Archer Materials Validates & Demonstrates Qubit Coherence at Room Temperature, in Non-Vacuum Environment

For the first time, Archer Materials validated that the qubits’ quantum coherence properties‡ are preserved under an inert atmosphere. Quantum coherence is the fundamental requirement for quantum logic operations that...

U.S. Taxpayers Supply $2.7M to Dartmouth Engineering in the Name of Qubit Database Development

Funded by a new $2.7 million grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE), Dartmouth Engineering Professor Geoffroy Hautier will lead a three-year, multi-institutional effort to identify qbits, a basic unit of quantum information,...

D-Wave Quantum-Annealing Computer Enables ‘Materials by Design’ Research at LANL

Using a D-Wave quantum-annealing computer as a testbed, scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory have shown that it is possible to isolate so-called emergent magnetic monopoles, a class of quasiparticles,...