Posts tagged with: RIKEN

RIKEN’s Success Paves Way to Vision of Large-Scale Quantum Computer Within 10 Years

Quantum entanglement of three spin qubits demonstrated in silicon A three-qubit entangled state has been realized in a fully controllable array of spin qubits in silicon Figure 1: False-colored scanning...

Japan’s Strategy for Quantum Information Technology Providing Results in Quantum Computing Research

The RIKEN Center for Quantum Computing, which was established on the institute’s main campus in April, as part of Japan’s national strategy for innovation in quantum information technology, is focusing...

RIKEN RQC-Fujitsu Collaboration Center Opens, Aims to Bring Superconducting Quantum Computers to Forefront

RIKEN, Fujitsu Launch Collaborative R&D Center in Japan in First Step Toward Realization of Superconducting Quantum Computers RIKEN and Fujitsu today announced the opening of the “RIKEN RQC-Fujitsu Collaboration Center”...

RIKEN Physcists Push Closer to Skyrmions as Computing Bits and Data Storage Method

RIKEN Physcists Push Closer to Skyrmions as Computing Bits and Data Storage Method Skyrmions seen in a kagome lattice Magnetic vortices have been made and seen in a crystal with...

Tokyo Medical and Dental University Proposes Better Method to Isolate Qubits

Tokyo Medical and Dental University Proposes Better Method to Isolate Qubits A Filter for Cleaner Qubits Researchers at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU), RIKEN, and the University of...

RIKEN Research Measures Qubit Spin to 99% Fidelity With Silicon Quantum Dots

RIKEN Research Measures Qubit Spin to 99% Fidelity With Silicon Quantum Dots Scientists succeed in measuring electron spin qubit without demolishing it Excerpts and salient points ~ +  A group...
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