The Quantum Architectures and Computation group is a team of leading quantum computer scientists and engineers dedicated to developing real-world quantum algorithms, understanding their implications, and designing a comprehensive software architecture for programming such algorithms on a scalable, fault-tolerant, quantum computer. Our mission is to advance our understanding of quantum computing and its applications and implementation.
The QuArC group collaborates closely with Microsoft Research Station Q in Santa Barbara and several universities worldwide, including TU Delft (Leo Kouwenhoven), Niels Bohr Institute (Charlie Marcus), and the University of Sydney (David Reilly).
Postdoctoral applications due: October 31, 2015
LIQUi|>: Language-Integrated Quantum Operations
A software architecture and tool suite for quantum computing. Launching November. Join for announcements.
Topological Quantum Computing
Investigating an approach based on topological behavior of one- and two-dimensional systems that promises more robust quantum bits
- Postdoctoral applications due: October 31, 2015
- Internship applications due: January 31, 2016
Find out where to meet up with our team
A hybrid quantum-classical approach to correlated materials
A framework for approximating qubit unitaries