Quantum Computation

Quantum flagship - Summary of results of the Commission High Level Steering Committee first meeting

Summary: 

The document containing a summary of results of the Commission HLSC is available for download 

The Commission High Level Steering Committee (http://qurope.eu/db/news/expert-group-quantum-technology-flagship) has released a summary of the results obtained during its first meeting (Brussels, Tuesday 20 Spetember 2016).

The file can be downloaded here.

Molecular magnetism group Parma

Research Type: 
Theory
Experiment
-Theoretical modeling of the coherent and incoherent dynamics of magnetic molecules.
-Schemes for molecule-based quantum information processing.
-DFT calculations.
-Numerical methods.
-Lindblad formalism.
-Crystal field effects in d and f electron systems.
-Quantum Information Processing with spin systems in coplanar resonators. 
-Inelastic neutron scattering.
-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
 
Leader: 
Stefano Carretta

Quantum Device Group

Website: 
Research Type: 
Experiment

Our research group explores the physics of information in quantum integrated circuits, which we design, realize and measure. These objects can be viewed as quantum machines processing information. In contrast with ordinary circuits, in which quantum mechanics enters only at the level of individual electrons, the degrees of freedom of these machines at the signal level behave according to the laws of quantum mechanics.

Leader: 
Benjamin Huard

ESAS Winter School "Novel frontiers in superconducting electronics"

Date: 
2016-12-12 - 2016-12-17
Registration deadline: 
2016-10-15 (All day)
Place: 
Pozzuoli (Napoli, Italy)
Website: 

events.isec2017.org

Dear Colleagues,

We are glad to inform you about the ESAS Winter school on Novel Frontiers in Superconducting Electronics: from Fundamental Concepts and Advanced Materials towards Future Applications.

The ESAS Winter school will take place on December 12-17, 2016, in Pozzuoli (Napoli), Italy.
We are also very glad to communicate that the following lecturers have confirmed their participation in the school:

Quantum Information Processing

Research Type: 
Theory
  • Simulation of real-time dynamics of quantum many-body systems with the "Massively Parallel Quantum Dynamics Simulator"
  • Quantum annealing
  • Adiabatic quantum computation
  • Gate-level quantum computation
  • Foundations of quantum physics
Leader: 
Kristel Michielsen

QUCHIP

Full Name: 
Quantum Simulation on a Photonic Chip
Coordinator: 
Fabio Sciarrino
Running time: 
2015-03-01 - 2018-02-28

QUCHIP – Quantum Simulation on a Photonic Chip is a FET-ProActive project funded under the call FETPROACT-3-2014: Quantum simulation.

The goal of QUCHIP is to study applications of quantum walks in simulating quantum phenomena.

QUCHIP involves 9 European Universities and Research Centres from 5 different European countries.

 

Manchester Molecular Magnetism

Research Type: 
Experiment

Chemistry

Molecular magnetism

EPR spectroscopy

Nanolithography

Leader: 
Richard Winpenny

Superconducting nanowire networks

Research Type: 
Experiment

Macroscopic quantum phenomena

Superconduting quantum phase slips

Superconducting electronics

 

Leader: 
Carmine Attanasio

Quantum Information and Communication at Bicocca

Research Type: 
Experiment
Keywords: Semiconductor quantum nanostructures, Spintronics, Single photon sources and detectors, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Photoluminescence
 
Leader: 
Marco Fanciulli

MULTI

Full Name: 
Multivalued and parallel logic
Coordinator: 
Francoise Remacle
Running time: 
2013-10-05 - 2016-02-29

MULTI replaces the familiar sequential model of computation that uses Boolean variables and combinational gates by logic operations that are executed in parallel on devices that have a built-in many state memory and whose inputs and outputs are multivalued. MULTI seeks to design, simulate and experimentally implement proof of principle devices on the atomic and molecular scale.

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