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July 7, 2020
Duke Undergraduate Quantum Information Society (DuQIS), UNC Society of Physics Student (UNC SPS), and NCSU Quantum Information Club co-hosted the IBM Qiskit Community Summer Jam Hackathon (North Carolina). We had 120 participants registered in the North Carolina region, and 16 teams submitted an [...]
March 26, 2020 | Pratt School of Engineering
Duke Engineering PhD candidates experience the bright side of having to shift to online dissertation defenses
March 13, 2020
Error-correcting codes can be used to transmit information in space-based laser communications such that the rate of communication is at the capacity of the underlying quantum channel.
February 11, 2020
The 22nd Annual Southwest Quantum Information and Technology Workshop (SQuInT2020) was in Eugene, Oregon this year.
January 13, 2020
Daily Guide to Duke presentations at QIP2020
October 18, 2019
ECE PhD student Swarnadeep Majumder attended the Assessing Performance of Quantum Computers (APQC) workshop in Estes Park, CO and presented a poster on Real Tiime Calibration Using Spectator Qubits.
October 17, 2019
Quantum information is delicate. To preserve it, we must constantly interact with our system in order to remove errors. However, not all patterns of interaction are made equal; some strategies for removing errors are more robust than others. In this work (arXiv:1909.11817), Michael Newman, [...]
August 4, 2019
Duke students and faculty attended the 5th International Conference on Quantum Error Correction in London
June 18, 2019
Duke-led NSF STAQ project sponsored a Quantum Ideas Summer School
June 4, 2019
Duke students at the TQC 2019 conference + NISQ workshop
March 12, 2019
Natalie Brown, Michael Newman, and Kenneth Brown have posted their results on subsystem codes for leakage errors to the arXiv
February 17, 2019
Narayanan Rengaswamy, Robert Calderbank, and Henry Pfister have posted to the arXiv their recent paper on Unifying the Clifford Hierarchy via Symmetric Matrices over Rings. The Clifford hierarchy is a way to classify operations on a quantum computer. The hierarchy is especially useful in the [...]
February 10, 2019
Prof. Kenneth Brown spoke to the Carolina Science Cafe about Practical Quantum Computing on Feb. 6. It was a packed room at the Back Bar at Top of the Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
January 13, 2019
Duke University Quantum Engineering is at the 2019 Quantum Information Processing conference
January 9, 2019
Duke Science & Society recently sponsored a dialogue on how quantum computing will change the world. Electrical and Computer Engineering's Kenneth Brown presented this "quantum primer."