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Researchers have demonstrated directional photon emission, the first step toward extensible quantum interconnects.

New quantum computing architecture could be used to connect large-scale devices

A project at DTU Risø Campus shows that heat recovery is the most sustainable and economical choice—even at a time of rising electricity prices.

Heat from supercomputers recycled at DTU

Charged atoms cannot escape from an ion trap, as they are confined by an electromagnetic field. A laser, radio waves or microwaves can then change the state of the charged atoms (ions) in a targeted way, so that they become qubits, the building blocks of quantum computers.

Start-ups and companies are developing quantum computers based on ion traps

Researchers developed a new system that can make computer programs run faster, while guaranteeing accuracy.

Faster computing results without fear of errors

New work on superconducting kagome metal will aid design of other unusual quantum materials, with many potential applications.

Physicists discover "secret sauce" behind exotic properties of a new quantum material

Rensselaer researchers to leverage supercomputing and AI for next-generation computational electrochemistry tools

Advancing Future Energy Technologies With More Accurate Electrochemical Simulations

Chiara Gattinoni, a materials theorist, uses the “Piz Daint” supercomputer at CSCS to investigate a special class of materials: ferroelectrics. In the future, these materials could constitute the heart of low-​energy-consuming, miniaturised data storage in electrical devices.

Expanding the limits of ferroelectrics

EPFL researchers have developed a light-based approach to read out superconducting circuits, overcoming the scaling-up limitations of quantum computing systems.

Light meets superconducting circuits

PhD student Hans Tholen has investigated efficient ways of manipulating the electron spin of quantum dots. It involves nanowires and a bit of subtle stretching.

Stretching a nanowire

Complex 3-D nanoscale architectures based on DNA self-assembly can conduct electricity without resistance and may provide a platform for fabricating quantum computing and sensing devices

Prof Oleg Gang Makes 3-D Nanosuperconductors with DNA

QuantumDeltaNL and TU/e to help build a hybrid quantum computer on the TU/e campus by 2024.

The road to Eindhoven's hybrid quantum computer

Possible “topological superconductor” could overcome industry’s problem of quantum decoherence.

Newfound Superconductor Material Could Be the 'Silicon of Quantum Computers'

In the battle against COVID-19 you need as many weapons as possible in your armoury. And it doesn't hurt if you have Australia and the Southern Hemisphere's most powerful and fastest supercomputer.

Supercomputer simulation could show us how to stop COVID

IBM POWER9 system brings technology behind World’s Smartest Supercomputers to the Empire State

AiMOS, Most Powerful Supercomputer at a Private University, To Focus on AI Research

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