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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.

Experimentalists and theorists gather at Convergence to explore shared unknowns.
/Nov 07, 2015
An orchestral concert is an unlikely setting for a lesson in quantum mechanics. All the more reason to do it.
/Aug 17, 2015
New work asserts that a key technique used to probe quantum systems may not be so quantum after all, according…
/Apr 17, 2015
Raffi Budakian, a new Perimeter Associate Faculty member, bridges theory and experiment with cutting-edge approaches to glimpsing the world of…
/Apr 17, 2015
Correlation does not imply causation – unless it’s quantum. That’s the message of surprising new work from Perimeter Institute and…
/Mar 23, 2015
“Not only does God play dice with the universe, his dice are fair.” Nature Communications has just published a paper…
/Aug 13, 2014
A team that includes Perimeter researchers has just received funding to develop a small satellite that will test quantum theory…
/Aug 05, 2014
The secret to powerful quantum computing lies in a special kind of context, says new theoretical research.
/Jun 23, 2014
Now that we’ve discovered ways to build large quantum systems, we need to figure out how they change through time.…
/Jun 03, 2014
A recent paper by PI postdoctoral researcher Roger Colbeck and colleagues has made Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle a lot less uncertain…
/Jul 11, 2013