Creating a new generation of computing devices
Quantum computing is a field of research that applies the principles of quantum physics and new directions in materials science to building a new type of computers that use quantum effects in computation. Beyond creating quantum computers, the field also includes studies of algorithms that such computers can execute.
We are exploring theoretical and experimental approaches to creating quantum computers. We employ researchers, theorists, and experimentalists from mathematics, physics, and computer science, in partnership with academic and research institutions around the globe. Our mission is to advance our understanding of both quantum computing and its applications and implementation: Our team also is dedicated to developing real-world quantum algorithms, understanding their implications, and designing comprehensive software architecture for programming such algorithms on a scalable, fault-tolerant, quantum computer.
M. Rötteler and R. Steinwandt. A quantum circuit to find discrete logarithms on ordinary binary elliptic curves in depth O(log^2 n), July 2014
Martin Rötteler and Rainer Steinwandt. A note on quantum related-key attacks, November 2013
Nathan Wiebe, Ashish Kapoor, and Krysta M. Svore. Quantum Nearest-neighbor Algorithms for Machine Learning, January 2014
Nathan Wiebe, Dominic W. Berry, Peter Hoyer, and Barry C. Sanders. Simulating quantum dynamics on a quantum computer, 2011
- Topological Quantum Computing
- LIQUi|>: Language-Integrated Quantum Operations
- Quantum Architectures and Computation Group (QuArC)
- Lattice-based Cryptography
Quantum research in depth
- Station Q: The Quest for a Quantum Future
- Microsoft's Quantum Mechanics (MIT Technology Review)
- Station Q lab page