Università di Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler e Istituto nazionale di Fisica Nucleare insieme per costruire un ecosistema delle scienze e tecnologie quantistiche. Così il laboratorio Q@TN di Trento diventa per il settore un nodo importante a livello nazionale ed europeo e una realtà unica dove ideare dispositivi… Read More »Press release: I quantum bit accendono il motore dell’innovazione
Collaborative teams involving members of Q@TN, of INFN, and other institutions can now present projects to access a D-Wave Quantum annealer as well as Quantum Computer emulators. Deadline for submission is May 31st. For more information please see under jobs & calls
INFN has joined Q@TN. At the same time, INFN and CINECA have in place a framework partnership agreement and the University of Trento is member of the CINECA consortium. Q@TN is now looking for proposals to access the Quantum Computing (QC) facility made available by CINECA. These include a D-Wave Quantum annealer as well as QC emulators running on the digital supercomputer system Marconi 100.
A new online event presented by
Alicia J. Kollár on Band Engineering for Quantum Simulation in Circuit QED in collaboration with the University of Maryland
Since its inception, Q@TN hosts colloquia of internationally renowned experts and other invents, with the aims of providing education to researchers and of bringing together the local community of quantum science and technology.