QuantumX awarded five undergraduate and masters students grants to fabricate nanoscale quantum devices at the Washington Nanofabrication Facility.
QuantumX, in partnership with the Institute for Nano-engineered Systems and the Northwest Quantum Nexus, is hosting Jeremey Hilton, Senior Vice President at the quantum computing company D-Wave Systems, on June 6th.
A team led by UW Professor Peter Pauzauskie discovered that they can use extremely high pressure and temperature to introduce other elements into nanodiamonds, making them potentially useful in quantum communications and quantum sensing. This work was done in collaboration with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and published in Science Advances.
The Northwest Quantum Nexus was unveiled during a two-day summit at the UW, an event that included scientists and engineers from the three keystone institutions, as well as potential partners in academia and industry from across the Pacific Northwest.
UW QuantumX is partnering with Microsoft and PNNL to host the Northwest Quantum Nexus Summit on March 18-19.
A team led by UW Professor Xiaodong Xu has developed a new system to trap individual excitons.
Allen School Ph.D. student Ewin Tang has landed a spot on Forbes’ 2019 “30 Under 30” in science
Stephen Jordan, Senior Researcher at Microsoft, to present “Quantum and quantum-inspired methods for non-convex optimization” on Feb. 7.