About one year has passed since the start of R&D for Moonshot Goal 6, "a fault-tolerant universal quantum computer that will revolutionize economy, industry, and security by 2050”. They will disseminate the results of R&D currently being carried out in the goal's seven projects, and explore issues related to the realization of fault-tolerant universal quantum computers. Prof. Hiroki Takahashi will give a presentation.
[Seminar] "Trapping Electrons in a Room-temperature Quadrupole Trap: Towards an All-electronic Microwave-enabled Trapped Electron Qubit System for QIP" by Prof. Hartmut Häffner2021-07-16
Hartmut Häffner is an Associate Professor for Physics at UC Berkeley. Language: English, no interpretation. Open to everyone.
Prof. Norbert M. Linke is a Fellow of the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland, working on quantum applications with trapped ions, including quantum computing.