New analysis paves way for more sensitive quantum sensors

New analysis paves way for more sensitive quantum sensors

UChicago News

November 30, 2020

New theoretical quantum sensing research at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering harnesses non-Hermitian dynamics to develop a new type of quantum sensor that has the potential to be exponentially more sensitive than extant technology. Researchers hope to eventually employ quantum sensors to uses like disease diagnosis and earthquake detection, and the new research presents a way to build more efficient and powerful sensors for a variety of applications.

Chicago Quantum Summit highlights new U.S. quantum centers, economic opportunities

Chicago Quantum Summit highlights new U.S. quantum centers, economic opportunities

Chicago Quantum Exchange

November 23, 2020

The third annual Chicago Quantum Summit, hosted virtually at the University of Chicago Nov. 11-13 by the Chicago Quantum Exchange, brought together more than 20 speakers from across the nation and attracted more than 1,000 attendees from 42 countries. This year’s summit comes on the heels of the announcement of five new U.S. Department of Energy National Quantum Information Science Research Centers and three new National Science Foundation Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes, authorized by the National Quantum Initiative Act.

Catalyst Conversations: Launching a Pioneering Quantum Startup

Catalyst Conversations: Launching a Pioneering Quantum Startup

Illinois Science and Technology Coalition

October 27, 2020

Super.tech, a company founded by Pravav Gokhalean, doctoral student at UChicago CS, joined the quantum computing startup ecosystem with the mission of creating a multilayer full-stack architecture for quantum computing. In this Catalyst Conversation, we hear from Gokhalean about quantum startups and more.