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.

Learn more about Quantum Information at Perimeter Institute here.

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
A new book edited by Perimeter researcher Robert Spekkens and Visiting Fellow Giulio Chiribella highlights the information-theoretic approach to quantum…
/Jan 31, 2017
New Physics World article explains how It from Qubit was formed, and why this junction has the potential to unearth…
/Jan 13, 2017
Yakir Aharonov is a giant of quantum theory, a Socratic figure known for pinning the entire field down under one…
/Nov 29, 2016
Quantum science could not only gain from machine learning techniques, it could be reshaped by them, writes Perimeter Associate Faculty…
/Nov 29, 2016