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What is the Quantum Collaborative?
The Quantum Collaborative at Arizona State University connects top scientific programs, initiatives, facilities, leading Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) talent, and prominent industry partners to advance the science and engineering of quantum information science, train the quantum workforce of tomorrow, and drive U.S. quantum economic advantage.
The Quantum Collaborative is powered by the state of Arizona and our partners.
Access to IBM Quantum Osprey
The Quantum Collaborative now has access to the largest quantum processor to date – the IBM Quantum Osprey. This processor has over 400 qubits or “quantum bits,” which are units of information that can store multiple values at the same time – a property that promises a technological leap over classical processors. The Osprey represents a milestone in quantum computing that is setting the stage for bigger developments and will enhance the Quantum Collaborative’s research efforts.
Sean Dudley at IBM Quantum Partner Forum
Advancing quantum technology is a collaborative effort. That’s why last week, our very own @Sean Dudley chatted with @HolgerMüller at the IBM Quantum Partner Forum about our work with @IBMQuantum.
Houlong Zhuang paper in Materials Today
Our advisory board member Houlong Zhuang was featured in the recent issue of Materials Today! Zhuang’s research at Arizona State University explored quantum machine learning to help discover new high-entropy alloys – artistically rendered on the cover of the publication. We use these alloys, or metals made of multiple elements, for their special properties such as strength, heat resistance and corrosion resistance. Zhuang’s research could help researchers discover new types of alloys faster with quantum machine learning.
What is quantum information science and technology?
Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) brings together the theoretical foundations of quantum physics and computing technology to solve problems too complex for even the most powerful classical computers.
Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) will accelerate the discovery of solutions to global challenges and enable the development of new technologies and advancements that will dramatically impact how science and business evolve, particularly in computing, sensing, networks, communications, cryptography, medical technology, and transport systems.