The ARL:UT Center for Quantum Research (CQR) seeks to develop a deeper understanding of quantum phenomena and how they differ from those of classical mechanics. Quantum physics offers a rich variety of novel applications, including powerful new quantum computing methods, secure quantum communication networks, and precision quantum sensing. Through basic, theoretical, and applied research, CQR seeks to develop these emerging technologies, as well as those yet to be discovered.
- IEEE Quantum Education Summit. Brian La Cour will present on
Educational Programs in QIS at The University of Texas at Austinat the 2019 IEEE Quantum Education Summit in San Mateo, CA, on November 6, 2019.
- Analog QEC. This paper describes the use of quantum error correction to improve gate fidelity in an analog quantum emulation device. [
Improving Performance of an Analog Electronic Device Using Quantum Error Correction.J. Phys. Comm. 3, 085017 (2019).]
- Austin Physics Meetup. Brian La Cour presented on
Experimental Quantum State Tomography with Polarized Photonsat the Austin Physics Meetup on July 25, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Howson Branch Library.