Universal control using the quantum Zeno effect Abstract: The Zeno effect occurs in quantum systems when a very strong measurement is applied, which can alter the dynamics in non-trivial ways. Despite being dissipative, the measurement divides the Hilbert space into… Read More »Universal control using the quantum Zeno effect
For the first time in silicon, a team of engineers led by Andrea Morello at UNSW Sydney has demonstrated a three-qubit quantum processor in silicon where every operation – one-qubit logic, two-qubit logic, and qubit initialisation and measurement – is… Read More »Quantum operations with 99% fidelity – the key to practical quantum computers
This talk discusses the concept of self-testing which aims to answer the fundamental question of how do we certify proper functioning of black-box quantum devices. We will see that there is a close link between self-testing and representations of algebraic… Read More »Fixed-size schemes for certification of large quantum systems
Dr. Emily Townsend is a theoretical physicist with the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. She models the physics of atom-scale devices that could become the next generation of quantum computers. This is part of… Read More »Quantum Lightning Talks: Dr. Emily Townsend
Flaviu Cipcigan of IBM research outlines the collaborative vision for how to tackle climate change. He then details the key differences between classical and QCs, and how QCs are better suited to solving inherently quantum problems related to carbon capture.… Read More »Flaviu Cipcigan Interview – Quantum Technology: Our Sustainable Future
Quantum computing is often misunderstood and misrepresented. Yuichiro Minato clears up a few puzzling aspects surrounding the quantum world of computing. Sit back and enjoy our Q&A delving deep to help reframe your understanding of what is “quantum”.
An overview and implementation of the key ideas from the 2021 quantum machine learning paper Estimating the gradient and higher-order derivatives on quantum hardware with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student Owen Lockwood.