Posts tagged with: Superconducting Quantum Computers

How A Novel Radio Frequency Control System Enhances Quantum Computers

A team of physicists and engineers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) successfully demonstrated the feasibility of low-cost and high-performance radio frequency modules for qubit controls at room temperature....

Rigetti Awarded U.S. Department of Energy Contract to Develop Quantum Simulation for Fusion Energy

Rigetti Computing, a pioneer in full-stack quantum computing, has been selected to lead a quantum simulation project for fusion energy awarded by the Department of Energy (DoE). Rigetti will collaborate...

Sanford Lab Angling for a U.S. DOE Designation, Further Quantum Technologies Research

As the Sanford Lab prepares a proposal to become formally recognized as a Department of Energy User Facility, scientists from all over the world met virtually to discuss a myriad...

The Goal: Get 10,000 Operations Sans Error Then Fix Errors as They Arise

A research team that includes two UO physicists have outlined new techniques for controlling the building blocks of quantum computing, a potentially significant step toward making such computers more accurate...

Quantifying Superconducting Circuit Behaviors Just Got Easier, Perfecting Long Coherence Qubits Comes With It

The next generation of computing and information processing lies in the intriguing world of quantum mechanics. Quantum computers are expected to be capable of solving large, extremely complex problems that are beyond the...

Scalability: DTU Quantum Computer Platform Uses Standard Optical Fiber at Room Temperature

A team at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has developed what it calls a “complete platform” for an optical quantum computer. The platform is universal and scalable, the team...