Quantum computing | MIT News

Researchers integrate diamond-based sensing components onto a chip to enable low-cost, high-performance quantum hardware.

New detection tool could be used to make quantum computers robust against unwanted environmental disturbances.

Observation of the predicted non-Abelian Aharonov-Bohm Effect may offer step toward fault-tolerant quantum computers.

Shining light through household bleach creates fluorescent quantum defects in carbon nanotubes for quantum computing and biomedical imaging.

MITs Senthil Todadri and Xiao-Gang Wen will study highly entangled quantum matter in a collaboration supported by the Simons Foundation.

New dual-cavity design emits more single photons that can carry quantum information at room temperature.

Shor awarded the $150,000 prize, named after a fifth-century B.C. Chinese scientist, for his groundbreaking theoretical work in the field of quantum computation.

MIT researchers find a new way to make nanoscale measurements of fields in more than one dimension.

Efficient chip enables low-power devices to run todays toughest quantum encryption schemes.

The prestigious awards are supporting five innovative projects that challenge established norms and have the potential to be world-changing.

Approach developed by MIT engineers surmounts longstanding problem of light scattering within biological tissue and other complex materials.

William Oliver says a lack of available quantum scientists and engineers may be an inhibitor of the technologys growth.

Eleven new professors join the MIT community.

First measurement of its kind could provide stepping stone to practical quantum computing.

MIT researchers have demonstrated that a tungsten ditelluride-based transistor combines two different electronic states of matter.

Professors Daniel Harlow, Aram Harrow, Hong Liu, and Jesse Thaler among the first recipients of new honor for advances in quantum understanding.

PhD student David Layden in the Quantum Engineering Group has a new approach to spatial noise filtering that boosts development of ultra-sensitive quantum sensors.

Scientists find a theoretical optical device may have uses in quantum computing.

New York Times op-ed by MIT president says a national focus on innovation and research is more effective than only playing defense on trade practices.

Math and physics major Shaun Datta wraps up four years of pushing himself beyond his comfort zone by singing a cappella with the MIT Logarhythms.

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