The Yale Quantum Institute in the News

Yale News

Monday, January 22, 2024
The National Academy of Sciences recognized Michel Devoret and Robert Schoelkopf for their innovative work in quantum information processing. The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has awarded the prestigious Comstock Prize in Physics to Yale researchers Michel Devoret and Robert Schoelkopf for...

Yale News

Thursday, January 18, 2024
Yale will play a key role in a new experiment that cuts to the heart of a fundamental force in the universe. A new experiment will test the notion that gravity, one of the fundamental forces in the physical world, relies upon quantum physics to work. If so, it would further indicate the centrality...

NPR - Where we live

Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Yale News

Thursday, January 11, 2024
Yale’s quest to build the world’s first, fully useful quantum computer is also the story of a small-town kid’s obsession with short-wave radios, a Parisian’s fond boyhood memories of America, and a high school student from the New York suburbs who soaked up Saturday morning science programs at Yale...

UConn Today

Monday, December 18, 2023
If Connecticut is afforded the opportunity to develop the most advanced technology in the world—technology that would save lives, create jobs, strengthen the economy, and revolutionize many industries— how could it not vigorously pursue it? That was the question that Rajeeb Hazra, an international...

Yale Library

Monday, November 20, 2023
Florian Carle designed the Model Research Collection “From DOS to Qiskit: Turning Entanglement into Quantum Computation” for timid newcomers to the field of quantum physics and for those as passionate about the topic as he is. “I wanted this model research collection to serve as a guide to someone...

Yale Library News

Wednesday, September 13, 2023
“From DOS to Qiskit: Turning Entanglement into Quantum Computation”—the library’s 2023–2024 Model Research Collection—considers the “quantum leaps” that have occurred in our ability to process information, thanks to the rapid advances in the field of quantum theory since the early twentieth century.

Physics World

Thursday, September 7, 2023
Quantum computers could revolutionize science, but the quantum bits (qubits) they run on are fragile. Being able to manipulate these qubits rapidly, before interactions with their environment cause the quantum information in them to decay, is thus crucial for quantum computations.

Hartford Business Journal

Monday, July 10, 2023
Scientists at New Haven-based Quantum Circuits Inc. are working to develop and bring the first practical quantum computers to the public. The Yale spinout’s leaders say quantum computing technology will mean faster, more powerful information processing than what’s available in today’s...

Yale News

Thursday, June 29, 2023
An art installation developed at the Yale Quantum Institute, employing quantum error correction, debuted at the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. On a foggy, Friday night recently, with old hip hop songs filling the air and hundreds of happy people taking in the International Festival of...