Quantum Information

Quantum information explores and exploits uniquely quantum laws, such as the uncertainty principle. Among other things, Perimeter researchers are working on quantum error correction, study quantum complexity, and pursue the application of quantum information techniques and insights to other areas of physics, including quantum foundations and condensed matter.

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Rather than battle it out to obsolescence, new research shows how quantum and classical systems can evolve together.
/Feb 26, 2018
Quantum mechanics has a reputation for being one of the trickiest subjects to wrap one’s brain around. But there’s plenty…
/Feb 15, 2018
For the first time, researchers have experimentally probed topological order and its breakdown. The work could open the way for…
/Oct 16, 2017
Cutting-edge science met centuries-old traditions when researchers from the Institute for Quantum Computing trekked to the Canadian territory of Nunavut…
/Jul 19, 2017
Raymond Laflamme is stepping down from his role as director at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of…
/Jun 28, 2017
Topological materials hold great potential for quantum computing, but we don’t know how to make them yet. These scientists came…
/Jun 07, 2017
Researchers at Perimeter Institute and the Institute for Quantum Computing find quantum causality is “much richer than in the classical world.”
/May 09, 2017
By blocking one half of an entangled photon pair, team shows how to block “noise” in quantum light experiments.
/Feb 17, 2017
New research by Perimeter scientists employs artificial intelligence techniques to explore phases of matter.
/Feb 13, 2017