Researchers are working on developing a technique that makes the quantum circuit itself resilient to noise to improve quantum computing's performance.
Argonne National Laboratory scientists have achieved efficient quantum coupling between two distant magnetic devices, which may be useful for creating new quantum information technology devices.
Using 2D materials, Columbia University researchers have built superconducting qubits that are a fraction of the size of previous qubits, paving the way for smaller quantum computers.
University of Chicago researchers have developed a method using liquid crystals for computations, which could pave the way for applications in robotics and other applications using soft materials.
Fraunhofer IPMS is working on a quantum computer with improved error rates in a collaborative project QSolid coordinated by Forschungszentrum Jülich.
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Using ultrathin materials to reduce the size of superconducting qubits may help make personal-sized quantum computing devices according to MIT researchers.
Twist is an MIT-developed programming language that can describe and verify which pieces of data are entangled to prevent bugs in a quantum program.