New efforts in quantum tunneling – both theory and experiment – show that superluminal motion may be possible, while still managing to avoid the paradox of superluminal signaling.
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
Pratiksha Gaikwad is a first year graduate student at the University of Florida, and an alum of QxQ’s 2020-2021 year-long Introduction to Quantum Computing course. Her current project is in the field of Electronic Structure Theory (Quantum Chemistry). She is… Read More »Quantum Lightning Talks: Pratiksha Gaikwad
In research published in the journal Nature, scientists detail their creation of a time crystal using Google’s Sycamore quantum computing hardware. A team of researchers including ones from Stanford and Google have created and observed a new phase of matter,… Read More »Scientists create Time Crystals with quantum computers using Google’s Sycamore chip
This short animation of the photonic quantum computer proposed by the researchers. On the left is the storage ring, which holds several counter-propagating photons. On the right is the scattering unit, which is used to manipulate the photonic qubits. The… Read More »Stanford Engineers Propose a Simpler Design for Quantum Computers
A critical ingredient of IBM Quantum’s programming architecture approach is IBM Cloud Code Engine—a fully managed, serverless platform for applications. This demonstration shows how developers can use IBM Cloud Code Engine with Qiskit Runtime as the quantum system interface to… Read More »IBM Cloud Code Engine for Quantum Computing
Google is on a path to build a useful, error-corrected quantum computer within the decade. This will accelerate solutions for some of the world’s most pressing problems, like sustainable energy, and unlock new scientific discoveries, like more helpful AI.
As we continue scaling our quantum chips, we expect them to mature beyond the infrastructure of Quantum System One. Here they unveil a design concept for IBM Quantum System Two, our vision for the future of quantum computing systems and… Read More »IBM Quantum System Two: Design Sneak Preview