Single-Molecule Transistor Using Quantum Interference

A new technical paper titled "Quantum interference enhances the performance of single-molecule transistors" was published by researchers at Queen Mary University of London, University of Oxford, Lancaster University, and University of Waterloo. Abstract "Quantum effects in nanoscale electronic devices promise to lead to new types of functionality not achievable using classical electronic co... » read more

Feasibility and Potential of Quantum Computing For a Typical EDA Optimization Problem

A new technical paper titled "QCEDA: Using Quantum Computers for EDA" was published by researchers at Fraunhofer IESE, RPTU Kaiserslautern, DLR (Germany), and OTH Regensburg. Abstract "The field of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) is crucial for microelectronics, but the increasing complexity of Integrated Circuits (ICs) poses challenges for conventional EDA: Corresponding problems are of... » read more

Low-Overhead Fault-Tolerant Quantum Memory (IBM)

A new technical paper titled "High-threshold and low-overhead fault-tolerant quantum memory" was published by researchers at IBM Quantum. Abstract "The accumulation of physical errors prevents the execution of large-scale algorithms in current quantum computers. Quantum error correction promises a solution by encoding k logical qubits onto a larger number n of physical qubits, such t... » read more

Superconducting Qubits Made Using Industry-Standard, Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing (imec, KU Leuven)

A new technical paper titled "High-coherence superconducting qubits made using industry-standard, advanced semiconductor manufacturing" was published by researchers at imec and KU Leuven. Abstract: "The development of superconducting qubit technology has shown great potential for the construction of practical quantum computers. As the complexity of quantum processors continues to grow, the ... » read more

Optimizing Quantum Gates For Error Correction in Superconducting Qubits (Google AI)

A new technical paper titled "Optimizing quantum gates towards the scale of logical qubits" was published by researchers at Google AI and UC Riverside. Abstract "A foundational assumption of quantum error correction theory is that quantum gates can be scaled to large processors without exceeding the error-threshold for fault tolerance. Two major challenges that could become fundamental road... » read more

U.S. Strategy on Microelectronics Research

The U.S. government released a 61 page report titled "National Strategy on Microelectronics Research" by the Subcommittee On Microelectronics Leadership, Committee on Homeland and National Security of the National Science and Technology Council. The report states four goals guiding the agency's efforts in microelectronics research: "Goal 1. Enable and accelerate research advances for futu... » read more

Quantum Computing: New Ion Trap On A Microfabricated Chip (ETH Zurich)

A new technical paper titled "Penning micro-trap for quantum computing" was published by researchers at ETH Zürich, Leibniz Universität Hannover, and Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt. Abstract "Trapped ions in radio-frequency traps are among the leading approaches for realizing quantum computers, because of high-fidelity quantum gates and long coherence times. However, the use of r... » read more

An Open Hardware Approach in Quantum Technology

A technical paper titled "Open Hardware Solutions in Quantum Technology" was published by researchers at Unitary Fund, Qruise GmbH, Technical University of Valencia, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and others. Abstract "Quantum technologies such as communications, computing, and sensing offer vast opportunities for ... » read more

Reprogrammable Light-Based Processor (RMIT)

A new technical paper titled "Programmable high-dimensional Hamiltonian in a photonic waveguide array" was published by researchers at RMIT University, ETH Zurich, Griffith University, Heriot-Watt University, University of Muenster Purdue University and others. Abstract "Waveguide lattices offer a compact and stable platform for a range of applications, including quantum walks, condensed m... » read more

Large-Scale Quantum-Processing Architecture Surpassing The Tier of 1000 Atomic Qubits (TU Darmstadt)

A technical paper titled “Supercharged two-dimensional tweezer array with more than 1000 atomic qubits” was published by researchers at Technische Universität Darmstadt (TU Darmstadt). Abstract: "We report on the realization of a large-scale quantum-processing architecture surpassing the tier of 1000 atomic qubits. By tiling multiple microlens-generated tweezer arrays, each operated by a... » read more

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