Humble named director of the Quantum Science Center
Travis Humble has been named director of the QSC headquartered at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Evasive quantum phenomenon makes debut in routine tabletop experiment
A QSC-supported team has captured the first-ever appearance of a previously undetectable quantum excitation known as the axial Higgs mode.
Critical Update: To Bridge Quantum’s Valley of Death, Labs Need Funding and Workforce
QSC Interim Director Travis Humble discussed the state of quantum technology development and what it demands for future development.
Quantum Science Center concludes second annual summer school in style
Building off the blueprint of last year’s all-virtual event, the QSC held its second annual summer school in a hybrid format on May 8–12, 2022. The agenda included online and in-person activities hosted by core QSC partner Purdue University.
Scalable Simulation of Quantum Circuits
Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed the Northwest Quantum Simulator framework for density-matrix and state-vector simulations of quantum circuits.
Electrically reconfigurable interactions in quantum spin systems
Researchers with Purdue University’s Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering have demonstrated a platform with electrically reconfigurable interactions between atom-like spin qubits and wave-like excitations of magnets.
Researchers develop quantum machine learning algorithm for optimizing arbitrary engineering problems
Researchers with Purdue University’s Elmore Family School of Electrical and Computer Engineering developed an efficient quantum algorithm for optimizing arbitrary engineering problems.
Building the quantum workforce
For most of us, quantum computing, next-generation quantum sensing and quantum networking still belong to the future. But many early-career scientists and students are already preparing for that future.
Purdue team discovers efficient single-photon emitters in technologically important SiN material
A team of Purdue researchers has discovered single-photon emitters in silicon nitride.
Probing the advantages of quantum sensors
Researchers at LANL seek to develop hardware that generates quantum correlations and provides a clear quantum advantage in sensing.
Key witness helps scientists detect ‘spooky’ quantum entanglement in solid materials
An ORNL-led team demonstrated the viability of a “quantum entanglement witness” capable of proving the presence of entanglement between spins in a quantum material.
QSC director and ORNL scientists featured at IEEE Quantum Week
QSC Director David Dean gave a keynote address at IEEE Quantum Week.
Three professors to receive Purdue’s most prestigious research awards
Three Purdue professors advancing quantum science and work-life research policy have been chosen to receive the university's most prestigious research and scholarship awards.
Quantum Science Center marks first anniversary, looks to future
One year into its existence, the QSC has led the way to new scientific breakthroughs.
Progress in algorithms makes small, noisy quantum computers viable
Los Alamos National Laboratory and other leading institutions have developed hybrid classical/quantum algorithms to extract the most performance—and potentially quantum advantage—from today’s noisy, error-prone hardware.
Using algorithms, quantum computers to explore quantum materials and sensors
Algorithms, quantum materials, and quantum sensing are all part of Los Alamos’ focus areas under the QSC.
Quantum Science Center launches quantum summer school
From May 17 to 20, the QSC held its inaugural quantum summer school.
Building the workforce for the Quantum Age
Purdue is at the forefront of quantum research and education as a leading university partner of the QSC.
Students, postdocs present research at Quantum Science Center’s inaugural poster session
The QSC hosted its first poster session to help foster the professional growth of early-career quantum researchers and engineers.
Quantum material’s subtle spin behavior proves theoretical predictions
A QSC team discovered the existence of an elusive type of spin dynamics in a quantum mechanical system.
Quantum computing enables simulations to unravel mysteries of magnetic materials
QSC researchers embedded a programmable model into a D-Wave quantum computer chip.
ORNL, partners receive $115 million to establish Quantum Science Center
The Department of Energy has selected Oak Ridge National Laboratory to lead a collaboration charged with developing quantum technologies that will usher in a new era of innovation.
Connected Moments for Quantum Computing
Math shortcut shaves time and cost of quantum calculations while maintaining accuracy.
QSC's McGuire named AAAS Fellow
Thrust Lead 1 and ORNL researcher Mike McGuire was recently named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
QSC Director Dean and Deputy Director Humble on ORNL’s latest “Sound of Science” podcast!
QSC leadership and staff discuss the latest in the race to secure the quantum future.
New collaboration will accelerate the path to a commercial-scale quantum computer
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today the creation of multidisciplinary Quantum Information Science Research Centers to support the National Quantum Initiative.
Los Alamos leads key thrust in $115M Quantum Science Center collaboration
DOE Office of Science center to usher in a new era of quantum tech and innovation.
Purdue to participate in national quantum science research push
Developing new quantum science technologies will be the focus of a new national research effort, with Purdue University playing a leading role.
Fermilab is partner in Quantum Science Center based at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
In August, the DOE announced the establishment of five National Quantum Information Science Research Centers.
PNNL lends expertise to QSC
PNNL scientists Sriram Krishnamoorthy, Karol Kowalski and their PNNL colleagues contribute to QSC.
Quantum Science Center: A Partnership to Drive the the Development of New Quantum Technologies
Harvard Professors Amir Yacoby and Prineha Narang (SEAS) have partnered with 15 institutions across the national lab, academia, and private industry.