Ireland’s First Quantum Computer Engineering Centre Launched at Tyndall National Institute

Irelands First Quantum Computer Engineering Centre Launched at Tyndall National
May 17, 2021 — A multi-million-euro investment will see 900 sq meters of research space dedicated to quantum technology at Tyndall National Institute’s new facility on Cork’s North Mall and will be a key part of the Institute’s plans to double in size and impact by 2025. Tyndall is also recruiting 5 new senior research leaders, including a Head of Quantum Research to lead the overall Centre and who will build new quantum research teams to accelerate the growth of the centre. Overall, this new investment will result in an additional 45 quantum research jobs giving a further boost to Tyndall’s quantum ecosystem that already counts the highest concentration of researchers in Ireland. The announcement was made at an official launch event on 13 May, which saw world leading experts speak to Irish researchers, policy makers and industry leaders...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:  Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world.   This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210426005389/en/   Professor José Ignacio Latorre, Chief Researcher, Quantum Research Centre (QRC), Technology Innovation Institute (TII) (Photo: AETOSWire) The development follows a series of rapid...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Article content ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of ‘Qibo’, a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and...

Chinese research institute updates Quantum Computing Cloud Platform, grants access to public

Chinese research institute updates Quantum Computing Cloud Platform grants access
A photo of the Jiuzhang light-based quantum computer prototype Photo: courtesy of University of Science and Technology of China A Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) research institute announced that it has completed the latest updates of a  Quantum Computing Cloud Platform co-built with Alibaba, allowing ordinary users to gain easier access to quantum computing knowledge. The quantum computing cloud platform supports the largest number of quantum bits in China. At present, more than 5,000 registered users have conducted more than 10,000 quantum computing experiments on the quantum computing cloud platform.On Monday, two new sections of the platform were launched to popularize the cutting-edge technology to general public, according to the research team.The knowledge data base section is aimed at introducing latest and systematic information of...

Abu Dhabi’s Technology Innovation Institute to Build UAE’s First Quantum Computer

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:  Work is underway to build a quantum computer in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, ushering an important milestone for the region in this breakthrough era in computing.   This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210323005788/en/   H.E. Faisal Al Bannai, Secretary General of ATRC (Photo: AETOSWire) Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the dedicated ‘applied research’ pillar of Abu Dhabi’s newly established Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) team led by its Chief Researcher Professor José Ignacio Latorre, will...