After two decades of intensive experimental and theoretical research in quantum science, we have now reached a new era of quantum technologies. Several scenarios have been identified for which quantum information processing outperforms its classical analogue. Moreover, various implementations have demonstrated reliable control and operation of around ten qubits. Despite these efforts and advances, we are still very far away from a full-fledged quantum device mastering several thousand qubits.


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February 23 - February 29, 2020, Obergurgl, Tirol, Austria

The conference is cosponsored by the Austrian Science Fund FWF via the...


February 10 - Feburary 20, 2020, Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna


Thursday 31st of October 2019

Ceremonial Hall, University of Vienna, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Vienna


Quantum Computers by AQT and University of Innsbruck leverage "Cirq" for Quantum Algorithm Development.


Alpine Quantum Technologies GmbH (AQT), a spin-off of the University of Innsbruck, has received 10 Mio. Euro of funding from the FFG and the...


PI Wolfgang Lechner and his team at the University of Innsbruck published a paper on solving the "Queen problem" in chess!

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