The U.S. Department of Energy announced that Berkeley Lab will receive $30 million over five years to build and operate an Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT). Researchers will use the testbed to explore superconducting quantum processors and evaluate how these emerging quantum devices can be utilized to advance scientific research.
Berkeley Lab to Build an Advanced Quantum Testbed
Pushing Frontiers of Quantum Information Science
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Berkeley Lab to Push Quantum Information Frontiers With New Programs in Computing, Physics, Materials, and ChemistrySeptember 24, 2018
A series of DOE Office of Science awards, announced today, will enable Berkeley Lab to accelerate the development of quantum computing. Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences staff will play leading roles in three of the awards.
Dani Ushizima, a staff scientist in the Computational Research Division who has adapted algorithms used in materials research to scan for cervical cancer, described her research in a panel discussion at the Sept. 21 East Bay Biden Cancer Community Summit.
A paper co-authored by Berkeley Lab’s Esmond Ng and Chao Yang won best paper at this year’s International Academy, Research, and Industry Association’s (IARIA’s) Computation Tools 2018 conference in Barcelona, Spain. The paper, Deep Learning: A Tool for Computational Nuclear Physics, describes how feed-forward artificial neural networks can be used to predict the properties of atomic nuclei.