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OpenSuperQ project film just released

OpenSuperQ project film just released

In the last few years, quantum computing has been elevated from a basic research concept towards a viable cloud quantum computer, which will be affecting people’s everyday lives in multiple ways. The European research project OpenSuperQ is building a quantum computer...

Call now open for ML4Q’s undergraduate internship program 2022

Call now open for ML4Q’s undergraduate internship program 2022

ML4Q Research School is glad to announce its Undergraduate Research Internship Program.  Physics students interested in quantum science and technologies can get the chance to acquire hands-on experience during an 8-12 weeks long research stay iin one of our groups in...

From Google back to Europe and Academia

From Google back to Europe and Academia

As a newly appointed PGI Director, Rami Barends transitioned this summer from Google to Jülich in order to expand the internationally outstanding research on new computer technologies at Jülich and put quantum computer architectures into practice. At Google, Barends...

New paper in Quantum Science and Technology

New paper in Quantum Science and Technology

In their recent publication, David DiVincenzo and Cica Gustiani report on new findings concering  blind oracular quantum computation (BOQC) schemes. They present an optimized BOQC scheme which possesses the same security as BOQC and is runnable with minimal physical...

Annual report 2020 now online

Annual report 2020 now online

Our journey continues as the cluster grows to involve almost 200 members and associated members. Despite – or rather because of the shift to video-conferencing – cross-group collaborations intensified and brought forth more than 20 joint publications. Flip through the...

Anne Matthies is this week’s “Physikerin der Woche”

Anne Matthies is this week’s “Physikerin der Woche”

ML4Q associated member Anne Matthies is featured by the German Physical Society (DPG) this week in Physikerin der Woche. Since January 2018, the working group on equal opportunities of the DPG highlights weekly women in physics in Germany or German women in physics...