Stacey Jeffery, QuSoft-researcher at CWI, received funding from the Dutch Research Council for a project titled Quantum time-space tradeoff lower bounds. In this project she will investigate ways to optimize algorithms that can be used on Quantum Computers. There are many known algorithms that allow quantum computers to solve specific... read more →
Yesterday, Christian Schaffner gave a short interview on BNR Radio about the recent news (yet to be verified) of a computation showing quantum supremacy performed on the 53-qubit platform developed by Google. The interview can be listened to following the link below. https://www.bnr.nl/podcast/digitaal/10390653/ad-blockers-en-quantum-supremacy
KEY TECHNOLOGIES AS A SOLUTION TO SOCIETAL CHALLENGES State Secretary Mona Keijzer received the National Agenda on Quantum Technology directly from Robbert Dijkgraaf this afternoon. The Netherlands is now one of the leading players in quantum technology, which is developing rapidly worldwide. With quantum computers and networks, applications that are... read more →
Qusoft/CWI PhD student András Gilyén, who was promoted in May, wins (together with someone else) the Cor Baayen Award! The Award will be given during the Informatics Europe - ERCIM 2019 Awards Ceremony of the European Computer Science Summit 2018 held in Roma on Tuesday, 28 October 2019. For more... read more →
Qusoft member, Professor Ronald de Wolf will be giving a lecture at the first Fall meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG), on September the 23rd in Freiburg.
The second QuantAlgo project workshop will be held in Amsterdam at CWI, September 18-20, 2019. It will start on Wednesday Sep 18 around 1 pm (allowing participants to arrive in the morning) and will end on Friday Sep 20 around 4 pm (allowing participants to travel back in the evening).... read more →