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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New Paper from the Walther-Group out in ScienceAdvances!


Research of the Brukner- and Walther-Group has been featured in the Quanta Magazine!


New article in Nature by V. Saggio, B.E. Asenbeck, A. Hamann, T. Strömberg, P. Schiansky, V. Dunjko, N. Friis, N.C. Harris, M. Hochberg, D. Englund,...


As Richard Feynman famously put it, "the double slit experiment is absolutely impossible to explain in any classical way and has in it the heart of...


Congratulations to Markus Arndt, University of Vienna, and László Erdős, IST Austria on sharing the Erwin Schrödinger Prize 2020.


The start-up ParityQC has developed an operating system for quantum computers.

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