The Advanced Quantum Testbed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory releases its 2021 progress report. AQT at Berkeley Lab is a state-of-the-art collaborative research laboratory funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Advanced Scientific Computing Research program.
Explore AQT’s mission, team, history, architecture, and some of the scientific breakthroughs since its foundation in 2018. The AQT testbed user program was launched in 2020 and has received dozens of research proposals from users in academia, National Laboratories, and startups to explore various topics, including algorithms, simulations, characterization, validation, control hardware, firmware, software, and processor architectures.
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