OpenSuperQPlus unites 28 European research partners from 10 countries aiming to develop a 1,000 qubit quantum computer. From Hungary Wigner Research Centre for Physics and Budapest University of Technology and Economics are participated in the project.
The newest research results of researchers of the Wigner Research Center for Physics, Krisztián Palotás and Levente Rózsa, in collaboration with the Technical University of Ilmenau have been published in the leading international scientific journal Nano Letters.
The next speaker of the Wigner Colloquium on 7 Mars, is Prof. Matthias Wuttig, the Chair of Physics of Novel Materials at RWTH Aachen University in Germany. The title of his lecture is: Functional Materials by Design: Developing Treasure Maps with Quantum Chemistry.
Ádám Gali’s group’s recent study has proven that the kinetics of defect complex formation in semiconductors may prohibit to reach its thermal equilibrium - reported in Nature Communications - which may change defect engineering simulation strategies for next generation quantum computing and other applications.
The Advanced Science News did an interview about the question in the title and the newest results of the research about neutron stars, with Balázs Kacskovics, a member of the Gravitational Physics Research Group.