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John Martinis Wins John Stewart Bell Prize for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics

John Martinis Wins John Stewart Bell Prize for Research on Fundamental Issues in Quantum Mechanics

“He is a true pioneer in his field, building computers that allow unprecedented access to quantum computation, quantum cryptography and quantum control. “I congratulate John Martinis on this prestigious recognition,” said Pierre Witlzius, dean of mathematical,…

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Getting through the quantum computing noise

Getting through the quantum computing noise

The possibilities of quantum computing to solve intractable problems and advance material science, biology, exploration, medicine, and many others is exciting to contemplate. The buzz around quantum has also created buzz in adjacent fields such as quantum networking (sometimes called quantum internet) and quantum storage/memory….

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‘A new era of computing’

‘A new era of computing’

“I congratulate John Martinis on this prestigious recognition,” said Pierre Witlzius, dean of mathematical, life and physical sciences at UC Santa Barbara. He is a true pioneer in his field, building computers that allow unprecedented access to quantum computation, quantum cryptography and quantum control. Fifty-three entangled…

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‘A New Era of Computing’

‘A New Era of Computing’

“He is a true pioneer in his field, building computers that allow unprecedented access to quantum computation, quantum cryptography and quantum control. “I congratulate John Martinis on this prestigious recognition,” said Pierre Witlzius, dean of mathematical, life and physical sciences at UC Santa Barbara. Fifty-three entangled…

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