Special Report on
Centre for Quantum Computer Technology
Centre for Quantum Computer Technology - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
London Centre for Nanotechnology and Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK Published April 27, 2009 Creating a practical solid-state quantum computer is seriously hard. Getting such a computer to operate at room temperature is even more challenging. Is such a quantum computer possible at all? If so, which schemes might have a chance of success? In his 2008 Newton Medal talk, Anton Zeilinger of the University of Vienna said: “We have to find ways to build quantum computers in the solid state at room temperature—that’s the challenge.” [ 1 ] This challenge spawns further ...
An image of the template of the quantum dot device showing a central hole where seven phosphorus atoms are incorporated. Running diagonally from top left to bottom right are the two electronic leads to connect to the dot. Professor Michelle Simmons (second right) with team members Dr Floris Zwanenburg; lead author and PhD student Martin Fuchsle and Dr Suddhasatta Mahapatra. (AFP Photo.) Scientists have literally taken a leap into a new era of computing power by making the world's smallest precision-built transistor - a "quantum dot" of just seven atoms in a single silicon ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
CENTRE FOR QUANTUM COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Silicon Quantum Computer Research: Itoh Group, Keio University
Quantum computer 20 years off
- Nortel Institute for Telecommunications: Education
- Slide 1 - Welcome to NVIDIA - World Leader in Visual Computing ...