Philosophy Professor Has a Comic Take on Quantum Confusion

October 2, 2018

New book-length comic by Jeffrey Bub and his daughter takes a run at explaining quantum mysteries to the uninitiated.

QuICS Workshop Features Experts in Quantum Machine Learning

September 21, 2018

Dozens of scientists will meet at the University of Maryland Sept. 24–28 to discuss the emerging field of quantum machine learning.

Analysis Suggests Quantum Simulation as Practical Target for Early Quantum Computers

September 5, 2018

Although quantum computers are still relatively small, they are approaching an important milestone.

QuICS Graduate Student Eddie Schoute Ties for Second Place in IBM Qiskit Developer Challenge

August 20, 2018

Prizes were awarded for writing the best compiler code in Python or Cython that takes an arbitrary input quantum circuit and maps it to an optimal circuit for a provided hardware topology.

QuICS Scientists Monroe and Gorshkov are Part of a New, $15 Million NSF Quantum Computing Project

August 16, 2018

NSF has announced a $15 million award to a collaboration of seven institutions including the University of Maryland.

Complexity Test Offers New Perspective on Small Quantum Computers

August 6, 2018

State-of-the-art quantum devices are not yet large enough to be called full-scale computers.

Counting Queries Helps New QuICS Hartree Fellow Bound Quantum Advantages

April 16, 2018

Computer scientists love to ask simple questions. But those questions often end up being devilishly tough to answer.

QuICS Doctoral Student Tongyang Li Receives IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award

April 4, 2018

The prestigious award recognizes his research in quantum computing.

QuICS Doctoral Student Tongyang Li Receives Prestigious IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award

April 4, 2018

Tongyang Li, a third-year doctoral student in computer science working in the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS), has been named a 2018 recipient of an IBM Ph.D. Fellowship Award.

QuICS Co-Director Brings Quantum Information Expertise to White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

February 21, 2018

Jacob Taylor, a scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and co-director of the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS), recently took on a new role: advising senior federal officials on the rapidly expanding field of quantum information science.

QuICS Contingent Heads to Premier Quantum Information Conference

January 12, 2018

Research from QuICS is featured in seven talks at the 21st annual Conference on Quantum Information Processing (QIP).

New QuICS Hartree Fellow Studies Computation and Constraints

January 4, 2018

Aarthi Sundaram, a recently arrived Hartree Postdoctoral Fellow, will continue with her research involving computation and constraints.

Quantum simulators wield control over more than 50 qubits

November 30, 2017

Two independent teams of scientists, one of which is from the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science and the Joint Quantum Institute, have used more than 50 interacting atomic qubits to mimic magnetic quantum matter, blowing past the complexity of previous demonstrations. The results appear in this week’s issue of Nature.

Quantum Physics and Gravity Meet in Newest QuICS Fellow’s Research

November 30, 2017

Brian Swingle, an assistant professor of physics at the University of Maryland and the newest fellow of the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science, is exploring the connections between quantum physics and gravity.

Congressional hearing highlights need for quantum technology initiative

November 8, 2017

On October 24, 2017, two Fellows of the Joint Quantum Institute and the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science were among those that testified during a joint congressional committee hearing on the topic of American Leadership in Quantum Technology.