On Physics World’s website, you can sign up for free webinars on quantum-related topics.
Choose from the following presentations (or sign up for them all):
- Quantum computational advantage and beyond by Chao-Yang Lu, Professor of Physics at the University of Science and Technology of China
- A roadmap for the quantum internet by Tracy Northup, Professor of Experimental Physics at the University of Innsbruck
- Building quantum processors and networks atom by atom by Hannes Bernien, Assistant Professor of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago
- A quantum future of computing by Matthias Troyer, Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft (quantum computing programme)
- Nitride quantum light sources by Rachel Oliver, Professor of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge
- Tales of a not-quite-probability distribution by Nicole Yunger Halpern, ITAMP Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University
We’re proud to sponsor Hannes Bernien’s presentation on the recent progress on quantum processors and quantum networks based on arrays of individual atomic qubits.
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