AQT releases 2021 progress report
AQT’s long-standing collaborative research partnership with Zurich Instruments has advanced QIS.
AQT makes quantum hardware more accessible by open sourcing a new electronics control and measurement system for superconducting quantum processors,
New generations of students & researchers Raising hands are being trained every day at the Advanced Quantum Testbed.
Researchers build an open source room-temperature control system for superconducting quantum processors Read the latest news release about the Advanced Quantum Testbed here.
The Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Berkeley Lab is capturing headlines again. An in-depth piece by HPCwire about AQT as part of the broad efforts and partnerships funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science to advance quantum computing in the United States. Featuring insights from AQT director Irfan Siddiqi, head of hardware Kasra Nowrouzi, and communications lead
The Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) was featured at The Quantum Daily on October 25, 2021. This October, AQT conducted a small “fireside” chat for trade and industry media via Zoom. Writers joined AQT director Irfan Siddiqi, David I. Santiago (technical lead), Kasra Nowrouzi (head of hardware), and Ravi
Ravi Naik AQT measurement lead shared his background, from studying physics early in his teenage years to discovering quantum information science and the evolution of his current role at AQT.