Simulation Of A Kicked Ising Quantum System On The Heavy Hexagon Lattice


A technical paper titled “Efficient Tensor Network Simulation of IBM’s Eagle Kicked Ising Experiment” was published by researchers at the Flatiron Institute and New York University. Abstract: "We report an accurate and efficient classical simulation of a kicked Ising quantum system on the heavy hexagon lattice. A simulation of this system was recently performed on a 127-qubit quantum pr... » read more

Superexchange Coupling Of Donor Qubits In Si For Quantum Computers (UNSW)


A technical paper titled “Superexchange coupling of donor qubits in silicon” was published by researchers at University of New South Wales. Abstract: "Atomic engineering in a solid-state material has the potential to functionalize the host with novel phenomena. STM-based lithographic techniques have enabled the placement of individual phosphorus atoms at selective lattice sites of silicon... » read more

Preparing For An AI-Driven Future In Chips


Experts at the Table: Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss the impact of AI on semiconductor architectures, tools, and security, with Michael Kurniawan, business strategy manager at Accenture; Kaushal Vora, senior director and head of business acceleration and ecosystem at Renesas Electronics; Paul Karazuba, vice president of marketing at Expedera; and Chowdary Yanamadala, technology s... » read more

An Engineering Algorithm For Chemical Accuracy With Shallow Quantum Circuits


A technical paper titled “Towards chemical accuracy with shallow quantum circuits: A Clifford-based Hamiltonian engineering approach” was published by researchers at California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Microsoft Research AI4Science Lab, and Tencent Quantum Lab. Abstract: "Achieving chemical accuracy with shallow quantum circuits is a significant challenge in quantum computationa... » read more

Chip Industry Silos Are Crimping Advances


Change is never easy, but it is more difficult when it involves organizational restructuring. The pace of such restructuring has been increasing over the past decade, and often it is more difficult to incorporate than technological advancements. This is due to the siloed nature of the semiconductor industry, both within the industry itself, and its relationship to surrounding industries. Inc... » read more

Getting Ready For The Quantum Computing Era: Thoughts On Hybrid Cryptography


Once quantum computers, more specifically Cryptographically Relevant Quantum Computers (CRQCs), have become powerful and reliable enough, they will enable adversaries to break current asymmetric encryption, placing important data and assets at risk. New digital signatures and key encapsulation mechanisms (KEMs) are needed, and while considerable progress has been made in recent years to develop... » read more

Post-Quantum Cryptography/PQC: New Algorithms For A New Era


Quantum computing is being pursued across industry, government and academia globally with tremendous energy, and powerful quantum computers will become a reality in the not-so-distant future. To ensure today’s data remains protected into the future, we need to implement now security solutions that safeguard against quantum attacks. Click here to read more. » read more

Leaps in Quantum Computing


There are new computers that are generating some amazing results for solving problems in record time.  You won’t see these computers on the classic Top500 lists though, because they aren’t approaching computing in the same way. Using quantum computing algorithms like Shor’s algorithm for factoring large numbers, quantum computing holds the promise of solving problems that take exponentia... » read more

Research Bits: October 24


Photonic-electronic hardware processes 3D data Researchers from the University of Oxford, University of Muenster, University of Heidelberg, and University of Exeter are developing integrated photonic-electronic hardware capable of processing three-dimensional data, which the team claims boosts data processing parallelism for AI tasks. The researchers added an extra parallel dimension to the... » read more

An Overview Of Current Projects In The Open Quantum Hardware Ecosystem With Recommendations 


A technical paper titled “Open Hardware in Quantum Technology” was published by researchers at Unitary Fund, Qruise, Technical University of Valencia, M-Labs Limited, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, IQM Quantum Computers, PASQAL, Quantonation, Michigan State University, Università di Camerino, Microsoft Quantum, an... » read more

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