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Tag: Institute for Quantum Computing
A Simons Emmy Noether Fellowship has given experimental physicist Urbasi Sinha the opportunity to collaborate with theorists at Perimeter.
/Aug 09, 2022
Perimeter researchers looking deep into simulations of quantum computers have found something startling: new physics. Specifically, they found a new…
/Jan 05, 2022
Christine Muschik pushes the boundaries of science and technology by combining quantum and classical processors.
/Jun 02, 2021
Classical physics and quantum mechanics don’t always play together, but they can still have a productive working relationship.
/Jun 02, 2021
How do you put a theory like quantum mechanics to the test? One way is to develop competing theories and…
/Jan 08, 2019
Science is meant to be a meritocracy, but anecdotes and evidence indicate that the field – and physics in particular…
/Aug 04, 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