Katz Named ACM Fellow

January 19, 2022

The computer scientist and QuICS Fellow is active in post-quantum cryptography, provable security for symmetric-key primitives, and security for outsourced data storage in the cloud.

Enhancing Simulations of Curved Space with Qubits

January 18, 2022

QuICS Fellow Alexey Gorshkov co-authored a paper that explores a theoretical framework for adding qubits—the basic building blocks of quantum computers—to serve as matter in a curved space made of a circuit full of flowing microwaves.

QuICS Researchers Receive 2021 NISQ Computing Paper Award

December 20, 2021

The researchers were formally recognized with the award at the Practical Quantum Computing conference, also known as Q2B, held from December 7–9 in Santa Clara, California.

Hartree Fellow Cultivates New Perspectives on Quantum Computing

November 29, 2021

Dominik Hangleiter, one of the newest Hartree Postdoctoral Fellows, develops theoretical frameworks to identify problems where quantum computers can be proven to dominate.

QuICS Receives Renewed Federal Funding from NIST

October 13, 2021

The interdisciplinary center focused on quantum computation, communication and cryptography is expected to receive up to $12.2 million over the next five years.

Wu Part of $7.5M MURI Award to Develop a Scalable Quantum Random Access Memory Architecture

September 20, 2021

The QuICS Fellow is collaborating with researchers from Yale University and the University of Chicago on the five-year project funded the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

QuICS Team Discovers New Quantum Algorithm for Nonlinear Differential Equations

September 15, 2021

Jin-Peng Liu led a team of researchers in a search for quantum algorithms that can make quick work of differential equations.

UMD Leads New $25M NSF Quantum Leap Challenge Institute for Robust Quantum Simulation

September 2, 2021

The new institute—with QuICS Fellow Andrew Childs as director—will significantly add to the vibrant quantum research ecosystem established in the mid-Atlantic region.

After a Three-Decade Odyssey, Noted Quantum Error Correction Theorist Returns to Maryland

August 29, 2021

Daniel Gottesman has returned to his native Maryland after a career that has taken him across North America and through different areas of quantum information science.

New Approach to Information Transfer Reaches Quantum Speed Limit

August 4, 2021

A team of researchers led by QuICS Fellow Alexey Gorshkov has found a quantum protocol that reaches the theoretical speed limits for certain quantum tasks. Their result provides new insight into designing optimal quantum algorithms and proves that there hasn’t been a lower, undiscovered limit thwarting attempts to make better designs.

Daniel Gottesman Joins UMD as the First Brin Family Endowed Professor in Theoretical Computer Science

July 9, 2021

His research focuses on quantum computation and quantum information, including work in quantum error correction, fault-tolerant quantum computation, quantum cryptography and quantum complexity.

New QuICS Fellow Plumbs the Depths of Quantum Information Problems

May 10, 2021

Victor Albert, a physicist at NIST and one of our newest QuICS Fellows, loves getting to the bottom of things, distilling problems to their most basic and general mathematical root.

JQI/QuICS Fellow Alexey Gorshkov to Receive Flemming Award for Outstanding Federal Service

April 19, 2021

He was honored for his pioneering research at the crossroads of quantum optics and atomic and condensed matter physics.

Hartree Fellow Identifies Strengths and Limits of Quantum Computers

April 4, 2021

Nai-Hui Chia says that he is excited to be researching quantum computer science at this pivotal point, when quantum computing is becoming a practical reality.

Summer Student Intern Advised by Gorshkov Is Named Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist

February 4, 2021

The competition is designed to acknowledge original research by high school students in a topic related to science, technology, engineering or math.