Interview with Tufts' Peter Love.
The five National QIS Research Centers are a collective force for quantum information science in the United States, driving scientific innovation, building a quantum ecosystem, and fostering the future quantum workforce.
QSA in partnership with the FLC hosted the first Mid-Continent Quantum Technology Event from July 19 – 20.
Sandia's Andrew Landahl received the prestigious Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award for his exceptional contribution in QIS supporting the Energy Department’s missions in science, energy, and national security.
Scientists from QSA participated in the virtual briefing “QIS for Everyone” for the United States Congress, collaborating with the U.S. Department of Energy National QIS Research Centers.
Researchers at QSA partner institutions Duke University and the University of Maryland have used the frequency of measurements on a quantum computer to get a glimpse into the quantum phenomena of phase changes – something analogous to water turning to steam.
Researchers at QSA partner institutions developed a new approach for processing quantum information that allows them to dynamically change the layout of atoms in their system by moving and connecting them with each other in the midst of computation.
Howie was appointed lead of the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accountability and Solutions working group in QSA.
Galilea Rodriguez shares her experiences after working with QSA mentors in the first ever QIS pilot in tandem with the Joint Science and Technology Institute.
QSA inspired high school students in a first summer pilot program to learn quantum computing. One of the students continued in her studies. This is their story.
Three early-career researchers from the Center for Quantum Information and Control at the University of New Mexico contributed their views and explained how they maximize the deep collaborative opportunities at QSA.
QSA-funded researchers at Sandia National Laboratories use gate set tomography to discover and validate a silicon qubit breakthrough