The Tonya Hall Show
Tonya Hall interviews of Steve Girvin about quantum computing
Yale researchers have designed a new system to keep tomorrow’s quantum computers from “leaking.”
Large-scale quantum computers are still years away, but it is well known that they will need error correction. All of the components in a quantum computer are connected in a fragile, entangled state...
Wired Magazine is currently producing a series of videos where an expert explains a subject (music, block chain, biology, neurology…) to 5 different persons with various knowledge on the topic.
This week video is dedicated to quantum computing and Dr. Talia Gershon, Senior Manager at IBM Quantum...
Yale’s next wave of quantum computing research will get a boost from a $16 million grant from the U.S. Army Research Office.
The four-year grant will help fund the work of dozens of faculty members, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers affiliated with the Yale Quantum Institute. The...
The International Festival of Arts & Ideas knew exactly where to go for an in-depth look at the entanglement of art and quantum physics: the Yale Quantum Institute (YQI).
A university committee has made strategic recommendations to bolster Yale’s position as a leading global research university and nurture scientific discoveries with the potential to improve the world. The report recommends bold priorities for investment and changes to organizational structure.
Yale scientists have created a new type of silicon laser that uses sound waves to amplify light. A study about the discovery appears in the online edition of the journal Science.
A look back at The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper days, a town hall-styled meeting on racial inequality, and community “Big Read” discussions of Yale faculty member Claudia Rankine’s award-winning poetry collection “Citizen” are among the highlights of this year’s International Festival of Arts & Ideas,...
As the world contemplates the possibilities of quantum technologies, Yale’s expertise in quantum information research continues to have an impact in the scientific community and beyond.
Fully useful, practical quantum computers would have the potential to usher in computation speeds that are orders...
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
For decades, the promise of quantum computing has tickled the neurons of drug-makers, spies, and tech CEOs. Such a machine, if perfected, would speed up drug discoveries, decode ciphers, and help AIs parse our digital data. This new brain hinges on the bendy concept of superposition, the idea that...