WQI supports robust experimental activity in three of the most promising platforms for scalable quantum computing: trapped neutral atoms, semiconducting quantum dots, and superconducting integrated circuits.
Quantum Computing and Networking
Quantum computing research at WQI focuses on the design and implementation of superconducting, semiconducting and neutral atom qubits. Research also includes algorithmic design for quantum computation on discrete qubit- and continuous qudit-based quantum architectures.
Quantum sensing makes use of the unique and counter-intuitive properties of matter and light when it is governed by quantum physics, such as quantization of energy levels, particle-wave duality, coherent superposition, and entanglement, to make precision sensors and measurements.
Quantum materials research focuses on designing, growing and measuring materials where quantum interactions are macroscopically observable.