Posts tagged with: University of Chicago

UMD Leads New $25M NSF Quantum Leap Challenge Institute for Robust Quantum Simulation

The University of Maryland has been tapped to lead a multi-institutional effort supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that is focused on developing quantum simulation devices that can understand,...

Retro: Photonics News: Week in Brief: 07/23/21

CHICAGO — Duality, an accelerator for companies in the quantum industry, has accepted six companies into its inaugural cohort: Axion Technologies, Great Lakes Crystal Technologies, qBraid, QuantCAD, Quantopticon, and Super.tech. The...

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....

Northwestern, UChicago Have Tailored Powerful and Scalable Quantum Bit Technology

In new step toward quantum tech, scientists synthesize ‘bright’ quantum bits Scientists have developed a way to synthesize tailor-made molecular qubits. Illustration courtesy of Daniel Laorenza, Northwestern University. With their...

Quantum Leap of Faith? Quantum Computing Scientists Turn Quantum Computer Into Quantum Material

UChicago scientists turn IBM computer into a quantum material Pioneering experiment could help design energy-efficient materials In a groundbreaking study, a group of University of Chicago scientists announced they were able...