#### Million-Qubit Quantum Computer from Intel: First Silicon Qubits at Scale

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- May 6, 2022
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In this video learn about Intel Quantum Computer based on Silicon Qubits. It is the first Silicon Qubits at Scale and based on this technology Intel is building a Million-Qubit Quantum Computer

Read More#### Embedding theories for quantum simulations on hybrid classical-quantum architectures

One of the oft cited use cases for quantum computing is chemical simulation. Giulia Galli of the University of Chicago, Chemistry, presents “Embedding theories for quantum simulations on hybrid classical-quantum architectures” at IPAM’s Multiscale Approaches in Quantum Mechanics Workshop. Abstract: We discuss a quantum embedding theory [1] to study spin-defects and impurities in solids, which […]

Read More#### Curious about quantum computing?

Dr. John Preskill is a pioneer in the field of quantum computing, and in this video he joins Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com, as they discuss the current state of quantum computing.

Read More#### Solar PV efficiency – new breakthrough!

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- January 31, 2022
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Solar photovoltaic panels are currently limited to a maximum efficiency of about 30%, and in practice only actually achieve about 20% to 23% efficiency. Now a team in Cambridge has developed a film that can amplify the number of photons that the panel can use, with a potential increase in efficiency to as much as […]

Read More#### Microwave Amplifiers for Quantum Information Processing with Florent Q. Lecocq

- Frank
- January 30, 2022
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Speaker Florent Q. Lecocq explains the use of microwave amplifiers for QIP. Abstract: In the late 2000s, the application of low-noise parametric amplifiers to cryogenic microwave measurements revolutionized the field of quantum information processing with superconducting circuits. For example, it enabled high-fidelity dispersive qubit readout, a ubiquitous tool in current superconducting quantum computers. Importantly, it […]

Read More#### Dominic Walliman on the Map of Quantum Computing

Dominic Walliman is a YouTuber and an award winning science writer. He writes the Professor Astro Cat science books for children which have been translated into over 20 languages. Dominic had PhD in quantum device physics and worked for several years in the field of quantum computing. He now splits his time between writing and […]

Read More#### Kirsten Eisentraeger on Classical and quantum algorithms for isogeny problems

- Frank
- January 28, 2022
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Kirsten Eisentraeger of Pennsylvania State University presents “Classical and quantum algorithms for isogeny problems” at IPAM’s Quantum Numerical Linear Algebra Workshop. Abstract: Isogeny-based cryptography is one of a few candidates for post-quantum cryptography. The computational problems relevant for isogeny-based cryptography are usually stated in terms of computing isogenies between elliptic curves, but they have other […]

Read More#### How Dangerous are Quantum Computers?

A discussion of the potential benefits and dangers of quantum computing, security implications, and post-quantum cryptography.

Read More#### Professor Shay Hacohen-Gourgy on Superconducting Quantum Circuits

Faculty of Physics Prof. Shay Hacohen-Gourgy lecture: Superconducting Quantum Circuits – Dec. 2019 Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

Read More#### Google’s Incredible New Quantum Computer Company – SandBox

Sandbox is the newest Quantum Computer company straight from Google which is focusing on the newly discovered Time Crystals which are posed to revolutionize computers in terms of efficiency and performance. Sandbox is separate from Google’s quantum computing team in Santa Barbara, and focuses on software and experimental quantum projects. The unit is currently led […]

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