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Goldman Sachs makes quantum breakthrough

Goldman Sachs makes quantum breakthrough

William Zeng, head, quantum research, Goldman Sachs, says: “Quantum computing could have a significant impact on financial services, and our new work with QC Ware brings that future closer. Goldman Sachs is claiming a quantum computing breakthrough, designing algorithms it says could be used on hardware…

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Blueprint for a robust quantum future

Blueprint for a robust quantum future

“Spin defects have a central role to play in creating new quantum devices, whether they be small quantum computers, the quantum internet, or nanoscale quantum sensors,” continued Anderson. The key defect properties are spin, optical (for example, how light interacts with the spin of the…

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Researchers take a step towards achieving topological qubits in graphene

Researchers take a step towards achieving topological qubits in graphene

Researchers from Spain, Finland and France have demonstrated that magnetism and superconductivity can coexist in graphene, opening a path towards graphene-based topological qubits. However, designing and controlling topological qubits has remained a problem, largely due to the difficulty of finding materials…

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Aalto University: A path to graphene topological qubits

Aalto University: A path to graphene topological qubits

In particular, by carefully controlling Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states, topological superconductivity and Majorana states can be created. However, the coexistence of magnetism and superconductivity has remained elusive in graphene, despite long-standing experimental efforts that demonstrated the existence of these two states independently. In particular, topological…

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A path to graphene topological qubits

A path to graphene topological qubits

However, designing and controlling topological qubits has remained a critically open problem, ultimately due to the difficulty of finding materials capable of hosting these states, such as topological superconductors. In particular, by carefully controlling Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states, topological superconductivity and Majorana states can be created. However,…

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Technology Innovation Institute joins quantum computing challenge with launch of open-source ‘Qibo’

Technology Innovation Institute joins quantum computing challenge with launch of open-source ‘Qibo’

Qibo is a joint project of the QRT, Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech, the Barcelona-based quantum computing company, and researchers at other global centres. The quantum advantage in computing will offer notable benefits to broader society, ranging from life-sciences, artificial intelligence,…

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