Our group performs both theoretical and experimental research in quantum computation, quantum communications, and quantum sensing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
We research the physics of computation, and how physical systems can be engineered to perform computation in new ways that provide benefits over current CMOS-based von Neumann processors. We have a particular emphasis on quantum computation, but we also explore other candidate future computing technologies that are classical, including photonic computing and neuromorphic computing.
The Quantum Information Science and Technology research group is part of the Federal University of ABC (UFABC), Santo André, São Paulo, Brazil. We are a very enthusiastic research group working in São Paulo metropolitan area. We are interested in most aspects of quantum information science including theoretical and experimental investigations. We are part of the joint initiative “Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology for Quantum Information (INCT-IQ)”.
Q@TN is a joint initiative of University of Trento, Bruno Kessler Foundation, and National Research Council aimed at coordinating their on-going activities and to start new ones in the field of Quantum Science and Technologies.
Q@TN promotes research projects, technological transfer, education and training.
Research activities are planned in the areas of fundamental quantum science, quantum communications, quantum computing, quantum simulations, future sensors and metrology.