News and Events
05-04-2023 |MIT’s Center for Quantum Engineering, Zapata and BMW Publish Research On Optimizing Vehicle Production Planning Using Quantum-Inspired Generative AI Techniques
05-01-2023 |In a symposium ahead of the inauguration of MIT’s 18th president, Sally Kornbluth, MIT-CQE member Pablo Jarillo-Herrero introduced the quantum matter and the study of multiple interacting particles at the quantum scale.
04-10-2023 | MIT and MIT Lincoln Laboratory have participated in QSA, one of the Department of Energy’s five national quantum information science research centers with a focus on all three major technologies for quantum computing: superconducting circuits, trapped-ion systems, and neutral atoms.
03-30-2023 | MIT-CQE member Farnaz Niroui and the other two faculties are teaching students the fundamentals of quantum mechanics and nanoscale science in a hands-on class at MIT.nano.
03-17-2023 | MIT-CQE member Liang Fu and his team predict exotic new phenomena and give “recipe” for realizing them. It could be potential platforms for building topological quantum computers.
03-10-2023 |Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, Peter Shor, who recently accepted the James R. Killian, Jr. Faculty Achievement Award!
03-03-2023 |QuARC 2023 explores the leading edge in quantum information and science.
02-09-2023 | MIT-CQE Director Will Oliver and CQE members have developed a new superconducting parametric amplifier that can achieve quantum squeezing over much broader bandwidths than other designs, which could lead to faster and more accurate quantum measurements.
02-01-2023 | MIT-CQE member and Associate Director of RLE Wolfgang Ketterle in collaboration with researchers to observe rare resonance in molecules for the first time which could provide a new way to control chemical reactions.
01-29-2023 | MIT’s annual quantum hackathon, iQuHACK 2023, (interdisciplinary Quantum HACKathon) ,put together by iQuise, had participants develop and test their code on real quantum hardware.
01-24-2023 | QuARC 2023 (QSEC Annual Research Conference) held at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in NH, was held on January 23-24.
01-05-2023 | MIT-CQE director Prof. Will Oliver and MIT researchers have demonstrated directional photon emission, the first step toward extensible quantum interconnects.
12-20-2022 |MIT-CQE director Prof. William Oliver was appointed to the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee (NQIAC) On December 9, 2022.
10-26-2022 | MIT-CQE member, Prof. Farnaz Niroui and the Niroui Group develop a technique for precisely arranging nanoscale particles on a surface, such as a silicon chip, that doesn’t damage the material.
10-26-2022 | MIT-CQE Member Mingda Li in collaboration with researchers can uncover compounds that might enable next-generation computer chips or quantum devices, using machine learning and simple X-ray spectra.
10-24-2022 | Congratulations MIT School of Engineering’s newly tenured faculty, especially to MIT-CQE members: Prof. Michael Carbin and Prof. Luqiao Liu!
10-20-2022 | MIT-CQE members Prof. Dirk Englund, P. Ben Dixon and Scott Hamilton from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and researchers developed a new method uses optics to accelerate machine-learning computations on smart speakers and other low-power connected devices.
10-19-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, Prof. Nuh Gedik, one of six members of the MIT community elected fellows of the American Physical Society for 2022!
10-13-2022 | MIT News features PhD student, Alex Greene, a member of the Engineering Quantum Systems (EQuS) Group.
10-12-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, Danna Freedman, the F. G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry, named recipient of a 2022 MacArthur Fellowship!
10-05-2022 | Registration is now open! Join MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and MIT Center for Quantum Engineering for Convergence: The Promise and Reality of AI & Quantum, a one-day program held on November 14th, 2022.
10-04-2022 | The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics to Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger.
09-30-2022 | Congratulations to Edwin Eduardo Pedrozo Peñafiel Research Scientist at MIT’s Experimental Atomic Physics Group and MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms, named the winner of the 2022 Alejandro Angel Escobar National Award in Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences!
09-22-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, Peter Shor, the Morss Professor of Applied Mathematics at MIT, named a recipient of the 2023 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics!
09-12-2022 | Listen to the latest MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) Alliances podcast: “Understanding Quantum Computing with Professor Peter Shor and MIT-CQE Director, Professor Will Oliver.” Two Quantum Computing pioneers join for a conversation on the current state and future possibilities of quantum computing.
09-12-2022 | Watch MIT Quantum Engineering Group and MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering graduate student, Guoqing Wang’s talk: “When quantum meets diamond: highly-sensitive sensors and more powerful simulators.”
09-07-2022 | The Google Quantum AI Summer Symposium 2022 sessions are now available, watch MIT-CQE member, Prof. Aram Harrow’s talk: “Quantum walks on hierarchical graphs.”
08-27-2022 | The Keynote: “Giant Artificial Atoms and Waveguide QED” by MIT-CQE Director, Prof. Will Oliver at the Superconducting Qubits and Algorithms Conference held in Helsinki from Aug. 25 – Aug. 28th, 2022 is now available on youtube: Start at 14:06.
08-26-2022 | The Nobelsymposium NS166: ‘Emerging Quantum Technologies’ is underway in Malmö, Sweden. Speaking at this year’s event is MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Paola Cappellaro, an expert in NMR, ESR, coherent control and quantum information science.
08-09-2022 | The CHIPS and Science Act was signed into law today: “The CHIPS and Science Act will establish a technology, innovation, and partnerships directorate at the National Science Foundation (NSF) to focus on fields like semiconductors and advanced computing, advanced communications technology, advanced energy technologies, quantum information technologies, and biotechnology.”
07-31-2022 | Check out the faculty feature in MIT News of MIT-CQE member and MIT’s F.G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry, Danna Freedman: “The chemistry professor embraces the most challenging moments of her work to design molecules for quantum information science.”
07-28-2022 | MIT-CQE members, Prof. Ju Li and Prof. Bilge Yildiz developed a new hardware which offers faster computation for artificial intelligence, with much less energy.
07-26-2022 | Happy 71st Birthday to to MIT Lincoln Laboratory!
07-22-2022 | MIT Prof. Keith Nelson and MIT scientists capture first-ever view of a hidden quantum phase in a 2D crystal.
07-22-2022 | Learn more about Atlantic Quantum, a startup founded by members of the MIT Engineering Quantum Systems (EQuS) group, led by MIT-CQE Director and Prof. Will Oliver and Principal Research Scientist Dr. Simon Gustavsson.
07-15-2022 | Watch MIT-CQE Director, MIT Prof. William D. Oliver’s talk at University of Pennsylvania on “Engineering Giant Artificial Atoms and Waveguide QED.”
07-14-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Vladan Vuletić, and MIT’s Experimental Atomic Physics Group developed a new technique could improve the precision of atomic clocks and of quantum sensors for detecting dark matter or gravitational waves.
07-08-2022 | MIT-CQE member Prof. Pablo Jarillo-Herrero discovered a “family” of robust, superconducting graphene structures.
06-21-2022 | MIT-CQE member Prof. Paola Cappellaro expanded the capabilities of these ultrasensitive nanoscale detectors, with potential uses for quantum computing and biological sensing.
05-12-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Pablo Jarillo-Herrero elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2022 for his outstanding contributions to research!
05-11-2022 | “Renowned mathematician and quantum computing pioneer Peter W. Shor has been named the recipient of MIT’s 2022-2023 James R. Killian Jr. Faculty Achievement Award, the highest honor the Institute faculty can bestow upon one of its members each academic year.”
04-29-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, MIT. Prof. Ju Li, selected to receive ‘The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) Fellow Award, Class of 2022.’
04-26-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Vivishek Sudhir with MIT’s Quantum & Precision Measurements Group & LIGO Laboratory embark on a hunt for a long-sought quantum glow.
04-12-2022 | Check out the Laboratory of Physical Sciences ‘Qubit Collaboratory’ blog post by Yariv Yanay on joint LPS-MIT work measuring the speed of quantum information.
04-06-2022 | MIT has earned a No. 1 spot in 12 subject areas, according to the QS World University Rankings for 2022.
04-04-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE member, MIT. Prof. Ju Li, selected to receive ‘The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) Fellow Award, Class of 2022.’
03-28-2022 | MIT-CQE Members, MIT Profs. Timothy Swager and Dirk Englund have been named as research collaborators in the most recent class of Department of Defense (DoD) Laboratory-University Collaboration (LUCI) Fellows.
03-24-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Mingda Li incorporates AI to facilitate the detection of an intriguing materials phenomenon that can lead to electronics without energy dissipation.
03-18-2022 | MIT CQE-iQuISE (Center for Quantum Engineering, Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Science and Technology student group) and Harvard (School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Harvard Physics) have partnered to launch our first Quantum Science and Technology Workshop, a semester-long initiative geared towards high schoolers from all backgrounds.
03-17-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Long Ju finds direct evidence of strong electron correlation in a 2D material for the first time.
03-16-2022 | MIT iQuHACK 2022: Bringing together the next generation of quantum coders. The annual MIT quantum computing hackathon, MIT iQuHACK, was held virtually this year with 400 participants from 57 countries.
03-08-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle and the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms steer chemical reactions by magnetic fields and quantum interference.
03-08-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Bilge Yildiz and MIT’s Laboratory of Electrochemical interfaces find a method for stabilizing the interfaces in solid-state lithium-ion batteries which opens new possibilities.
03-01-2022 | Congratulations to MIT Lincoln Laboratory 2021 Best Paper Award Recipient: “Cavity-enhanced microwave readout of a solid-state spin sensor”.
02-23-2022 | MIT-CQE Member, MIT Prof. Nuh Gedik and the Gedik group, along with MIT-CQE Member, MIT Prof. Riccardo Comin and collaborators in Italy, Japan and at Arizona State University observe an exotic “multiferroic” state in an atomically thin material.
02-16-2022 | Congratulations to MIT-CQE Member, MIT Prof. Long Ju, one of seven MIT recipients of the 2022 Sloan Research Fellowships by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
02-14-2022 | MIT-CQE Member, MIT Prof. Joe Formaggio with the KATRIN experiment determine that neutrinos are lighter than 0.8 eV/c2
02-09-2022 | MIT-CQE Strategic Partner, MIT.nano receives grant to acquire focused ion beam scanning electron microscope National Science Foundation award will allow the VELION FIB-SEM to become a permanent instrument in MIT.nano’s characterization facility.
02-07-2022 | QuARC2022 QSEC Annual Research Conference held virtually.
02-07-2022 | Check out IEEE Spectrum’s article on: Atomically Thin Materials Significantly Shrink Qubits MIT researchers use 2D materials for capacitors in quantum circuits in an effort to scale processors.
02-07-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Nuh Gedik discovered a mysterious transition in an electronic crystal.
02-02-2022 | SciTechDaily features “how MIT Researchers used the 2D material hexagonal boron nitride to build much smaller capacitors for superconducting qubits, enabling them to shrink the footprint of a qubit by two orders of magnitude without sacrificing performance.”
01-28-2022 | MIT iQuISE hosted ‘iQuHACK 2022’ , a quantum computing hackathon on January 28-30th, 2022.
01-27-2022 | MIT-CQE Director, MIT Prof. Will Oliver uses ultrathin materials to reduce the size of superconducting qubits may pave the way for personal-sized quantum devices.
01-26-2022 | MIT-CQE Member, MIT Prof. Martin Zwierlein, the Ultracold Quantum Gases Group and MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms find Vibrating atoms make robust qubits.
01-24-2022 | Now out in MIT News from MIT-CQE Doc Bedard Fellow, Chris McNally: “Twist: Sound Reasoning for Purity and Entanglement in Quantum Programs” by Charles Yuan, Chris McNally and MIT Prof. Michael Carbin.
01-21-2022| MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Riccardo Comin and the Comin Photon Scattering Lab discover “secret sauce” behind exotic properties of a new quantum material
01-19-2022 | Now out in MIT News: “MIT researchers lay out a strategy for how universities can help the U.S. regain its place as a semiconductor superpower.” Co-authors of the white paper include three MIT-CQE members: MIT-CQE Director, MIT Prof. Will Oliver; MIT Prof. Marc Baldo, the Dugald C. Jackson Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics; and Mark Gouker, Assistant Head of the Advanced Technology Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.
01-17-2022 | Popular Science reporter, Rahul Rao writes that researchers from MIT and Harvard have whipped up quantum tornadoes, “the latest demonstration of quantum mechanics—the strange code of laws that governs the universe at its finest, subatomic scales.”
01-14-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Rajeev Ram, and others highlight the transformative, hands-on, undergraduate class experiences at MIT: “This led to a hands-on introduction to CAD design, photolithography, and 3D printing, followed by playing with different light sources and testing their devices on real-world applications by measuring the chlorophyll in a leaf and the emission of quantum dots.”
01-10-2022 | Check out the latest in Phys.org and Phys. Rev. Lett. from MIT Prof. Jeffrey Shapiro and MIT’s Optical and Quantum Communications Group: “Ultimate Accuracy Limit of Quantum Pulse-Compression Ranging” by Quntao Zhuang and Jeffrey H. Shapiro.
01-10-2022 | Now out in MIT News and Nature Communications from MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Nuh Gedik and the Gedik Group in collaboration with JungHyun Kim and Je-Geun Park of Seoul National University: “Magnetically brightened dark electron-phonon bound states in a van der Waals antiferromagnet” by Emre Ergeçen, Batyr Ilyas, Dan Mao, Hoi Chun Po, Mehmet Burak Yilmaz, JungHyun Kim, Je-Geun Park, T. Senthil & Nuh Gedik.
01-07-2022 | The Quantum Science and Engineering Research Conference, ‘QuARC 2022’ will be held virtually on February 7th, 2022. Hosted by MIT Center for Quantum Engineering (CQE) in partnership with MIT’s Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Science and Engineering (iQuise) student organization.
01-05-2022 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Martin Zwierlein and MIT’s Ultracold Quantum Gases Group, and MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms watch as ultracold atoms form a crystal of quantum tornadoes.
01-01-2022 | Register now for ‘iQuHACK 2022’, a quantum computing hackathon hosted by iQuise on January 28-30th, 2022.
12-23-2021 | Check out the ‘News & Views’ feature in Nature Materials, from MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Mingda Li & Clemson University Prof. Yao Wang: “One-way express ticket to quantum criticality.”
12-21-2021 | The Quantum Systems Accelerator interviews quantum science and engineering pioneer, MIT-CQE Director and QSA Technology Coordinator, MIT Prof. Will Oliver.
12-16-2021 | MIT Prof. Paola Cappellaro and the MIT Quantum Engineering Group in collaboration with the University of Waterloo have shown that it would be possible to design a sensor, based on quantum physics, that could detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
12-14-2021 | Check out the latest in Harvard Business Review from MIT-CQE Director, MIT Prof. Will Oliver: “Quantum Computing for Business Leaders” by Jonathan Ruane, Andrew McAfee and Will Oliver.
11-18-2021 | Named as a top ten finalist for the Physics World 2021 Breakthrough of the Year, MIT-CQE member, Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle and his colleagues were honored for their work in “independently observing Pauli blocking in ultracold gases of fermionic atoms.”
11-18-2021 | MIT-CQE member, Prof. Dirk Englund is named to the Class of 2022 Optica Fellows. Prof. Englund is recognized for “his pioneering contributions to quantum photonics and integrated photonics for applications in optical computing.”
11-18-2021 | MIT-CQE member, MIT Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle and the MIT-Harvard Center for Ultracold Atoms have observed the Pauli exclusion principle, or Pauli blocking, in a completely new way.
11-17-2021 | QuEra Computing, launched by physicists at Harvard and MIT, is trying a different quantum approach to tackle impossibly hard computational tasks.
11-16-21 | MIT-CQE member, Prof. Bilge Yidiz finds patterns in the behavior of ions across applications.
11-15-2021 | MIT-CQE member Liang Fu collaborates with other researchers find a new material which could be two superconductors in one.
11-01-2021 | MIT Prof. and CQE member Peter Shor is named to the 2022 class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society for contributions to quantum computing, in particular quantum algorithms and quantum information theory.
10-28-21 | “MIT researchers develop a new way to control and measure energy levels in a diamond crystal; could improve qubits in quantum computers.” MIT News features MIT Prof. Paola Cappellaro and the Quantum Engineering Group’s recent work and paper, published recently in Physical Review Letters as the ‘editors suggestion.’
10-21-21 | MIT-CQE members Scott Hamilton, Don Boroson, and P. Ben Dixon from MIT Lincoln Laboratory named 2021 R&D World 100 award winners for their work: “Free-space Quantum Network Link Architecture.”
10-13-2021 | MIT-CQE members, Prof. Lindley Winslow and Prof. Bilge Yildiz named American Physical Society Fellows for 2021
09-28-2021 | The Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award 2021 goes to Pablo Jarillo-Herrero for his work on two-dimensional quantum materials.
09-09-21 | Out in Physics@MIT Journal, MIT Researchers from the Vuletic Group have built an atomic clock that measures not a cloud of randomly oscillating atoms, as state-of-the-art designs measure now, but instead atoms that have been quantumly entangled.
08-27-21 | NIMS Award 2021 jointly awarded to Prof. Pablo Jarillo-Herrero for “Pioneering work of new quantum physics by twistronics.”
08-20-21 | Hear from MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s Dr. Mollie Schwartz, a Quantum Systems Accelerator Thrust Lead, and others about their research leading to the electronics roadmap for different qubit technologies.
08-19-21 | A peculiar state of matter in layers of semiconductors: In a study that could benefit quantum computing, MIT researchers Prof. Mingda Li and the Quantum Measurement Group show a superlattice embedded with nanodots may be immune from dissipating energy to the environment.
08-10-21 | Yuan Cao receives the McMillan Award, the most prestigious award for young condensed matter physicists.
07-26-2021 | Congratulations to Aziza Almanakly, awarded the Clare Boothe Luce Graduate Fellowship for Women.
07-21-2021 | Check out the latest in MIT News and Nature from MIT Prof. Pablo Jarillo-Herrero and the Jarillo-Herrero Lab: Pauli-limit violation and re-entrant superconductivity in moiré graphene, by Yuan Cao, Jeong Min Park, Kenji Watanabe, Takashi Taniguchi & Pablo Jarillo-Herrero.
07-16-2021 | Congratulations to Pai Peng, awarded the prestigious MathWorks PhD Fellowship! He is a member of MIT Prof. Paola Cappellaro’s Quantum Engineering Group.
07-13-2021 | MIT Prof. Dirk Englund and MIT Quantum Photonics Group introduces an algorithm for universal transformations on the modes of a dielectric slab via out-of-plane phase modulation, plus a high-fidelity error correction scheme. Combined, these result in a low-loss, compact alternative to traditional MZI meshes.
06-24-2021 | Prof. Riccardo Comin and Prof. Mingda Li receive 2021 US Department of Energy early career awards.
06-22-2021 | June 22nd 1:00-3:00 PM EDT: ILP and CQE Webinar: Quantum Computing Opportunities and Challenges.
06-18–2021 | Physicists bring human-scale object to near standstill, reaching a quantum state.
06-16–2021 | MIT researchers demonstrate a way to sharply reduce errors in two-qubit gates, a significant advance toward fully realizing quantum computation.
06-08-2021 | QS ranks MIT the world’s No. 1 university for 2021-22.
06-04-2021 | Check out the latest in Nano Lett. from MIT Prof. Paola Cappellaro and the Quantum Engineering Group: “Nanoscale Vector AC Magnetometry with a Single Nitrogen-Vacancy Center in Diamond” by Guoqing Wang, Yi-Xiang Liu, Yuan Zhu, and Paola Cappellaro.
05-19–2021 | MIT turns “magic” material into versatile electronic devices.
05-06-2021 | Celebrating the 40-year anniversary of the Physics of Computation Conference. Experience QC40 with Prof. Peter Shor’s keynote (49:35), and live panel with Prof. Isaac Chaung and Prof. Will Oliver (2:15:30).
04-29-2021 |MIT researchers develop compact on-chip device for detecting electric-field waveforms with attosecond time resolution.
04-14-2021 | Will Oliver awarded 2021 Faculty Research Innovation Fellowship (FRIF)
04-13-2021 | Aziza Almanakly awarded 2021 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship
04-01-2021 | Owen Medeiros awarded NDSEG fellowship
04-01-2021 | Emma Batson and Owen Medeiros awarded NSF fellowship
02-11-2021 | Nanowire could provide a stable, easy-to-make superconducting transistor. Inspired by decades-old MIT research, the new technology could boost quantum computers and other superconducting electronics.
02-01-2021 | Physicists create tunable superconductivity in twisted graphene “nanosandwich.” Structure may reveal conditions needed for high-temperature superconductivity.
01-31-2021 | CQE Sponsors iQuHACK (interdisciplinary Quantum HACKathon)
01-19-2021 | Electrical engineer William Oliver develops technology to enable reliable quantum computing at scale
12-14-2020 | “Universal Nonadiabatic Control of Small-Gap Superconducting Qubits,” published in APS Physical Review
12-10-2020 | Quantum Engineering Explained: MIT News feature with Engineering Quantum Systems Group
10-30-2020 | The Center for Quantum Engineering (CQE) Kick-off Symposium
10-30-2020 | Doc Bedard Fellowship announced with Kyle Debry, Sujit Rao, and Jennifer Wang 2020-2023 fellows and Chris McNally 2019-2022 fellow
10-08-2020 | “Generating spatially entangled itinerant photons with waveguide quantum electrodynamics,” published in Science Advances
09-23-2020 | “Comparison of dielectric loss in titanium nitride and aluminum superconducting resonators” published in Applied Physics Letters
09-03-2020 | “Two-qubit spectroscopy of spatiotemporally correlated quantum noise in superconducting qubits” published in the inaugural issue of PRX Quantum
08-28-2020 | Professor Will Oliver selected to serve on the National Quantum Advisory Committee
08-26-2020 | MIT partners with national labs on two new quantum research centers
08-10-2020 | “Qubit by Qubit” introduces high school students to quantum computing through a week-long summer camp and a year-long course
08-03-2020 | Study finds quantum entanglement could, in principle, give a slight advantage in the game of blackjack
07-29-2020 | “Giant atoms” enable quantum processing and communication in one
07-23-2020 | MIT researchers develop integrated lightwave electronic circuits to detect the phase of ultrafast optical fields
07-08-2020 | MIT engineers develop a hybrid process that connects photonics with “artificial atoms,” to produce the largest quantum chip of its type
06-16-2020 | Remote learning: 6.070, Electronics Project Lab
05-15-2020 | Professor Paola Cappellaro, among leaders, honored as “Committed to Caring.”
05-08-2020 | Peter Shor, 2020 recipient of BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge Award
04-08-2020 | New “refrigerator” super-cools molecules to nanokelvin temperatures
03-02-2020 | Keysight partners with Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Quantum Engineering to endow the establishment of a new 64-qubit quantum computing lab
02-18-2020 | A new study suggests a path to more efficient error correction, which may help make quantum computers and sensors more practical
02-11-2020 | Quantum Computing @ MIT: The Past, Present, and Future of the Second Revolution in Computing
01-13-2020 | Variational quantum unsampling on a quantum photonic processor
12-12-2019 | Newly synthesized compound of iron and tin atoms in 1-to-1 ratio, “ideal” kagome metal electronic structure
11-28-2019 | Circuit design offers a path to “spintronic” devices that use little electricity and generate practically no heat
11-23-2019 | Megan Yamoah, Billy Woltz, and Francisca Vasconcelos of the Engineering Quantum Systems Group awarded Rhodes Scholarships
05-29-2019 | Senthil Todadri and Xiao-Gang Wen to study highly entangled quantum matter in the Simons Collaboration on Ultra-Quantum Matter
04-26-2019 | Peter Shor wins 2018 Micius Quantum Prize
04-03-2019 | New facilities will keep Lincoln Laboratory at the forefront of advanced prototyping
03-15-2019 | Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields
02-11-2019 | Professor Dirk Englund awarded 2019 Bose Research Fellow Grant for work on “novel electronic fluids for high-speed logic in quantum materials”
01-31-2019 | Technique could boost resolution of tissue imaging as much as tenfold
12-04-2018 | National Academies releases its report, “Quantum Computing: Progress and Prospects”
11-08-2018 | Improving materials from the nanoscale up
10-15-2018 | MIT will reshape itself to shape the future, investing $1 billion to address the rapid evolution of computing and AI
10-12-2018 | Center for Theoretical Physics professors earn DOE Quantum Information Science Awards
10-12-2018 | MIT-Germany and the University of Stuttgart extend cooperation
10-04-2018 | Symposium and open house make MIT.nano’s Grand Opening Celebration a memorable day
09-25-2018 | PhD student David Layden in the Quantum Engineering Group advances ultra-sensitive quantum sensors
09-05-2018 | Scientists find a theoretical optical device may have uses in quantum computing