Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISE–NET) now accepting applications

Triplets program funds graduate student collaborations with industry and national labs; applications open through August 31.

Chicago Quantum Exchange partners with leading companies to advance research and education

Boeing, Applied Materials and others join new corporate partnership program

New Postdoctoral Training Program

With IBM as an initial partner, CQE member institutions will work with IBM Q scientists and engineers to explore the field of quantum computing.

Northwestern University joins Chicago Quantum Exchange

Collaboration is next step in advancing quantum information science expertise

Argonne researchers develop new method to reduce quantum noise

New approach has implications for the future of quantum information science

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Illinois Physics researchers awarded DOE grants to advance quantum information science

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
July 25, 2019

Physics Professors Bryan Clark and Taylor Hughes of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been awarded US Department of Energy (DOE) grants to develop new quantum computing capabilities. The awards are part of a $37-million DOE initiative supporting research that will lay the groundwork for the development of new quantum information systems…

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Quantum sound waves to open doors for more powerful sensors

In a first, scientists with the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory have built a mechanical system—a tiny “echo chamber” for sound waves—that can be controlled at the quantum level, by connecting it to quantum circuits.

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2018 Chicago Quantum Summit draws experts from industry, government, and academia

The 2018 Chicago Quantum Summit, on September 8 – 9, 2018 convened leading experts in quantum information and computing from academia, industry, and government for a robust discussion on the future of the field.

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Unleashing a world of quantum opportunities

Moore’s law is bringing us to the physical limits of conventional computing. Thankfully, the DOE National Labs and world-class researchers specialize in breaking boundaries and opening possibilities.

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