Posts tagged with: University of Innsbruck

Innsbruck Researchers: Fault-Tolerant Method on Ion Trap Quantum Computer Translates to Other Quantum Computing Architectures

At Innsbruck, Austria, a team of experimental physicists has now implemented a universal set of computational operations on fault-tolerant quantum bits for the first time, demonstrating how an algorithm can...

University of Innsbruck Scientists Develop Missing Building Block for Quantum Optimization

Physicists from Innsbruck, Austria, have now developed a method that enables optimization problems to be investigated on quantum hardware that already exists today....

Physicists Succeed in Controlling Dark States in Superconducting Quantum Bits

The concept developed by the Innsbruck physicists to control dark states can in principle be implemented not only with superconducting quantum bits, but also on other technological platforms....

Getting the Output Right: Team Takes to Task Achieving Full Advantage of Quantum Computing

Quantum computers are advancing at a rapid pace and are already starting to push the limits of the world's largest supercomputers. Yet, these devices are extremely sensitive to external influences...

Reconstructing Quantum Simulation State on a Classical Computer in Fewer Measurements

In a few years, a new generation of quantum simulators could provide insights that would not be possible using simulations on conventional supercomputers. Quantum simulators are capable of processing a...

Compact Quantum Computer for Server Centers

IMAGE: The compact quantum computer fits into two 19-inch server racks.  View more.  Image Credit:  University of Innsbruck  Over the past three decades, fundamental groundwork for building quantum computers has...