Posts tagged with: University of Chicago

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...

Breakthrough Using Common Material Could Pave Way for New Quantum Technologies

Quantum science holds promise for many technological applications, such as building hackerproof communication networks or quantum computers that could accelerate new drug discovery. These applications require a quantum version of...

Classiq, Lake Shore Cryotronics, and Oxford Instruments Joing Chicago Quantum Exchange

The Chicago Quantum Exchange has added three new corporate partners to its growing network: Classiq, Lake Shore Cryotronics, and Oxford Instruments....

Q-Next Has Come Far In Its Inaugural Year, How Far?

Q-NEXT, led by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, brings together roughly 100 scientists at national labs, universities, and companies to carry out an ambitious mission: develop the science and...

First-Ever Entangled Qubits Sent Through Communications Cable, Amplified

Prof. Andrew Cleland’s lab sent entangled qubit states through a communication cable, laying the groundwork for future quantum communication networks. Image courtesy of Cleland Lab. For first time, researchers send...

Shifting Towards Quantum Technologies a Part of Chicago Quantum Exchange’s Strength

Chicago Certificate supports transition to quantum careers Read More… +  Last fall, the Chicago Quantum Exchange launched the inaugural session of a new Certificate Program in Quantum Engineering and Technology....