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  • Quantum Sensing

    In this area, Argonne is harnessing various quantum mechanical features to perform highly sensitive measurements. Potential applications include imaging brain function, searching for gravitational waves, and hunting for dark matter.
  • Quantum Computing

    Argonne is building quantum computing and networking infrastructure that use quantum phenomena to enable groundbreaking applications. This work employs supercomputers to simulate the behavior of the underlying quantum materials, devices and algorithms.
  • Materials for Quantum Information

    Projects in this area focus on development and characterization of materials for next-generation quantum systems, such as quantum bits or qubits,” which are fundamental objects in QIS and form the basis of quantum computing and networking architectures.
  • Photon qubit entanglement and transduction

    Our team of experimentalists and theorists is working to overcome grand challenges in quantum entanglement and transduction, aiming at developing a hybrid quantum link between optical and microwave qubits mediated by a spin-based quantum transducer.
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  • Exploring lossy quantum computation

    Quantum computers are subject to inevitable noise processes. A theoretical understanding of noise can help lead to more efficient quantum computations.
    Artist’s interpretation of ​“hypersurfaces” embedded in ​“noise space.” By combining experiments at different noise rates (spheres) and fitting hypersurfaces to the data (surfaces), Argonne scientists are able to recover ​“noise-free” quantum information.
  • Quantum Information Science

    Argonne leverages multi-disciplinary teams, world-class facilities, and powerful scientific tools to confront some of the most profound scientific and technological challenges in quantum information science.
    Argonne will receive $11 million in funding over three years as part of a series of research grants for quantum information science. (Image by Shutterstock / asharkyu.)