SheQuantum December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 – Welcome to the third edition of SheQuantum News Letter. This News Letter contains latest quantum computing – industry updates, news, press releases, events and conferences in addition to Articles, Interviews by SheQuantum with industry experts and academia.

Happy reading and stay updated with Quantum Computing happenings globally.

SheQuantum takes great pleasure in wishing everyone a very happy and prosperous 2021 and we look forward to your continued support for SheQuantum in connecting more women and girls to quantum computing, globally.

Amazon’s Chief Technology Officer Predicts Quantum Will Blossom in 2021

Quantum is poised to blossom in 2021, according to Werner Vogels, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Amazon.com. He added that just how much quantum tech blossoms depends a lot on making the technology accessible and affordable. More


Zapata Generates High-resolution Digits Using IonQ’s Quantum Computer

Zapata Computing has released high-resolution images generated by a hybrid quantum-classical algorithm, achieving outstanding results on current noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) hardware: specifically, IonQ’s ion trap quantum device. More


Quantum exclusive eLearning section for Quantum Computing education, launched on SheQ (SheQuantum) platform

As the first step in the eLearning journey, introducing a Quantum Talk Series titled “Quantum Computing with Nithyasri Srivathsan”. Watch this space to learn quantum from the leaders in the simplest way possible. More


QUANTUM COMPUTING 2021: HOW WILL THIS TECH FARE IN THE COMING MONTHS?

While 2020 has been a positive year for quantum computing sector, will it bring any new disruptions in the next year? More


Finland selects IQM to build its first quantum computer; to deliver a 50-qubit machine by 2024

VTT and IQM have entered into an agreement to establish a co-innovation partnership and begin building Finland’s first quantum More


SheQuantum’s exclusive interview with Professor Shannon Whitlock, University of Strasbourg, France

Professor Shannon’s answers are thought provoking and inspiring. Moreover, Professor opens our horizons to new research opportunities in Quantum Computing which are sure to benefit young girls and women! More


At the Chicago Quantum Exchange in 2020: A Year in Review

While most of the news in 2020 was dominated by the pandemic and politics, there was also a significant amount of excitement in the quantum field. More


CERN lecture series on Quantum Computing @SheQuantum platform

SheQ (SheQuantum) takes great pride in announcing our latest addition to our eLearning section featuring “A practical introduction to Quantum Computing”, a simple to understand yet powerful lecture series by Professor Elías Fernández-Combarro Álvarez, University of Oviedo at CERN! More


ColdQuanta and ParityQC aim at Quantum Advantage with Optimization problems

Solving industry-relevant problems using a quantum algorithm faster than any classical computer is considered the grand challenge of quantum computing. More


Professorships for women in Quantum Computing for (KIT), Germany

SheQ (SheQuantum) takes pleasure in supporting & promoting professorships for women in Quantum Computing for Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany. More


Riverlane release first version of quantum operating system, Deltaflow.OS®

The release of Deltaflow-on-ARTIQ marks a significant step towards Riverlane’s mission to build a quantum operating system that is high performance, portable across all qubit technologies and scalable to millions of qubits. More


Tiny quantum computer solves real optimization problem

Quantum computers have already managed to surpass ordinary computers in solving certain tasks—unfortunately, totally useless ones. The next milestone is to get them to do useful things. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have now shown that they can solve a small part of a real logistics problem with their small, but well-functioning quantum computer. More


Quantum computer makers like their odds for big progress

Error correction could make these revolutionary machines more practical sooner than expected. More


Disclaimer: All content are from the respective organisations web page and provided as it is without any changes or modifications. The “Read More” direct the readers to the respective company’s websites. If you want your company related to quantum computing news, press releases and about events, conferences & webinars to be published here in our news letter, please contact us.

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