The New Quantum Era Podcast
Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Steve Girvin is a pioneering condensed matter physicist and professor at Yale University who has played a central role in the development of superconducting qubits. He joins Kevin and Sebastian to discuss that history as well as recent, exciting progress in quantum error correction. We also...
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Under an early evening dusk, made darker by rain clouds overhead, shades of red, blue, and rose flowed across the white façade of 17 Hillhouse Avenue as an electronic landscape of sounds pulsed from speakers.
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At the opening night of The Quantum Revolution: Handcrafted in New Haven, the second floor of the New Haven Museum hummed with visitors. There were physicists and mathematicians, longtime New Haveners, friends of the curator and artist.
Yale’s hub for quantum research will soon entangle the campus — in the best possible sense — in a full week of mind-bending science, artistry, and discussion devoted to the wonders of quantum research.
Quantum Week at Yale, organized by the Yale Quantum Institute (YQI), will feature a hackathon, a...
Victor Batista, one of the world’s most distinguished theoretical chemists, has been appointed the John Gamble Kirkwood Professor of Chemistry, effective immediately.
Batista is a member of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) in the Department of Chemistry.
Michel Devoret, the F.W. Beinecke Professor of Applied Physics and Physics, is a co-recipient of the Micius Quantum Prize for his groundbreaking work in quantum physics — including key contributions in the development of the artificial atoms of quantum information known as qubits.
Tuesday, January 11, 2022
In Episode 24, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Steve Girvin of Yale University. The team discuss Quantum error correction, entanglement, superposition, and material science.
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The computer chips that are delivering these words to you work on a simple, binary, on/off principle. There’s either a voltage, or there’s not. The ‘bits’ encoded by the presence or absence of electrons form the basis for much of our online...