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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.
Quantum World Congress 2023
As the Associate Director of the Research Technology Office at ASU’s Knowledge Enterprise, I had the opportunity to attend the Quantum World Congress 2023 in Virginia, which proved to be an enlightening
University of Wyoming joins Quantum Collaborative
The Quantum Collaborative, led by Arizona State University, has partnered with the Research and Economic Development department at University of Wyoming to accelerate progress in quantum research, technology and education. University of Wyoming joins a growing community of industry, academic and national laboratory partners.
Quantum Collaborative uses Sol and IBM Quantum's computing to advance new discoveries
Arizona State University's Sol supercomputer just achieved a milestone global ranking by the Top500 organization. This exciting capability for Sol is already making an impact. Recently, Quantum Collaborative worked with ASU Assistant Professor Houlong Zhuang to run computations on Sol and IBM Quantum's computing resources to advance new discoveries in materials science and pioneer a new computational workflow.
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.