The ELTE technocrat bought a quantum optic chip

QuiX Quantum, the developer and marketer of the product, unveiled the world’s largest quantum optic processor at an event last year. Quantum optic processors are central to quantum computing and can perform faster computations than current supercomputers. The fifth quantum hardware in the world, the first in Central and Eastern Europe, was purchased jointly by two research groups at Eötvös Loránd University.

The scientific workshop of the Faculty of Informatics is led by Tamás Kozsik, and the one of the Faculty of Science is led by Gábor Vattay.

ELTE intends to use the QuiX chip for scientific research in photonic quantum computing. The device can be used to carry out boson sampling experiments – similar to which Chinese researchers have recently demonstrated the so-called quantum dominance – and the building blocks of quantum neural networks.

Today, a significant number (15–20) of internationally renowned research groups work on quantum informatics topics in Hungarian research institutes and universities. The National Laboratory of Quantum Informatics brings together these Hungarian physicist, engineer, mathematician and IT resources, whose activities can be further focused on some of the rapidly evolving theoretical and applied areas of quantum technology. The role and significance of Hungary in the now unfolding broad horizon of quantum informatics can be maximized through well-thought-out and coordinated developments within the framework of the National Laboratory.

in terms of safety, efficiency, accuracy and sensitivity.

Scientific and technical progress has reached a level where research results can be put into practice step by step. This holds revolutionary new opportunities for society and the economy, for which it has achieved a “Second quantum revolution” name.


Source: technokrata by www.technokrata.hu.

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