The University of Twente has joined the new European consortium QLSI (Quantum Large-Scale Integration with Silicon) as a partner, which focuses on quantum bits based on silicon technology. Silicon has the advantage that it already has a manufacturing technology that lends itself to far-reaching upscaling of quantum computers.
The quantum computer, which can make an enormous amount of parallel calculations for scientific research, is coming. Quantum supremacy has already been demonstrated a number of times, in which a quantum processor performs better than a traditional supercomputer in calculating complex problems.
The University of Twente is building the building blocks for that quantum computer in its Center for Quantum Nanotechnology Twente (QUANT). This can be done in various ways: there are promising ‘quantum bits’ based on the current CMOS manufacturing technology for chips, based on silicon.
Project leader CEA-LETI in Grenoble has previously demonstrated that it is possible to make a quantum bit in CMOS.
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