Posts tagged with: University of California

What’s Next for Time Crystals?

UC Berkeley physicist Norman Yao first described five years ago how to make a time crystal — a new form of matter whose patterns repeat in time instead of space. Unlike crystals...

Cisco Quantum Research and UC Santa Barbara Collaborate to Push the Limits of Quantum Technology

A new collaboration between UC Santa Barbara researchers and Cisco Systems aims to push the boundaries of quantum technologies. Assistant professors Yufei Ding and Galan Moody have received research awards...

Quantum Computing Theorist Vojtech Vlcek Awarded U.S. Dept of Energy Grant

These broad, difficult questions are the type of inquiries that UC Santa Barbara theorist Vojtech Vlcek and his lab will investigate as part of a select group of scientists chosen...

Scalable Quantum Computing Research Given $2M U.S. National Science Foundation Grant

UC Riverside materials scientist has received a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the scalability of quantum computers by allowing them to operate at room temperature....

NSF Quantum Foundry Developing Quantum-Information Based Technologies

Since receiving a $25 million grant in 2019 to become the first National Science Foundation (NSF) Quantum Foundry, UC Santa Barbara researchers affiliated with the foundry have been working to...

Using Quantum Simulations, Scientists Improve Plastics, Fabric Manufacturing

Scientists Can Predict and Design Single Atom Catalysts for Important Chemical Reactions Using fundamental calculations of molecular interactions, they created a catalyst with 100% selectivity in producing propylene, a key...