This research area addresses applications of small and medium-sized qubit platforms (10-100 qubits). In quantum simulation one uses such systems as analogue versions of quantum computers, allowing the study of problems in quantum chemistry and material science, among others. Few-qubit algorithms implemented on 50 or more qubits quickly become intractable for classical computers. This research line also addresses multi-qubit dynamics and quantum control, with applications in the design of quantum registers and in quantum many-body physics.
“We do fundamental research. A recent breakthrough, a source of ultra-cold strontium atoms, appears to be useful for building a workable optical atomic clock.”
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