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Quantum Computing Leap

by Jeff Hopkins, on 8/17/18 9:00 AM

A step closer to solving complex problems

A quantum computer has made the first chemistry calculations, a step closer to solving complex problems of chemistry, physics, and materials science that even the most powerful supercomputers cannot master. University of Sydney physicists used a quantum computer composed of trapped ion qubits to perform algorithms that could be checked using classical computers.

The goal is to focus on error suppression to improve the results of quantum computation and bring their practical applications to nearer term. Scientist expect the ability of quantum computers to model and understand the processes of matter to have enormous implications for many industries.

Read the full article on Physical Review X from APS Physics →

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