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
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 currently costs $10,000 a qubit: just one of the reasons why it’s hard and expensive to scale. SEEQC is taking a different approach to building scalable million-qubit machines that can actually deliver on the promise of quantum computers… Read More »Million-qubit quantum computing at $300 per qubit?!
Andrea Mari talks about Digital Error Mitigation with Mitiq Notebook: https://github.com/unitaryfund/research/blob/main/nepec/mitiq-qiskit-pec-nepec/mitiq-qiskit-zne-pec-nepec.ipynb In this presentation, I will give an overview of the 3 main error mitigation techniques that are currently supported in Mitiq: digital zero-noise extrapolation, probabilistic error cancellation, and Clifford… Read More »Digital Error Mitigation with Mitiq
Check out this talk by Daniel Slichter Trapped atomic ions are a leading quantum platform, offering excellent coherence properties, high-fidelity qubit control and readout, and reconfigurable qubit connectivity. Qubit state control is typically performed using laser beams delivered to the… Read More »Integrating the Trapped Ion Quantum Processor
In this video, the Eigenbros discuss and reflect on qubit systems, particularly defect and Superconducting qubits. They also react to all the different types of qubit technologies that are being developed by tech giants such as IBM, IonQ, Microsoft.
In this presentation, John Teufel explores how to interface quantum circuits with RF photonics. From the early days of superconducting qubits, one of their most attractive attributes was the inherent scalability of nanofabricated quantum circuits. If these engineered quantum devices… Read More »Interfacing Superconducting Quantum Circuits with an RF Photonic Link