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## Quantum Communication with itinerant surface acoustic wave phonons

Authors: E. Dumur, K.J. Satzinger, G.A. Peairs, M-H. Chou, A. Bienfait, H.-S. Chang, C.R. Conner, J. Grebel, R.G. Povey, Y.P. Zhong, A.N. Cleland First Author’s Primary Affiliation: Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637, USA Manuscript: Published in NPJ Quantum Information Introduction Superconducting qubits are among the state of the artContinue reading “Quantum Communication with itinerant surface acoustic wave phonons”

## Quantum Information and the Second Law

Incorporating quantum information explicitly into the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

## Catching and counting photons

A device and protocol to resolve individual microwave photons in a propagating wavepacket.

## A Review and Discussion of Variational Quantum Anomaly Detection

VQAD is a new quantum machine learning algorithm for learning a quantum system’s phase diagram.

## Speeding up Control-Z gates on a fluxonium quantum computer

How to perform fast logic with slow qubits, and the future of NISQ processors.

## Just How Much Better is Quantum Machine Learning than its Classical Counterpart?

Classical machine learning is much more powerful than may be naively assumed.

## Landau-Zener interference: a “beam splitter” for controlling composite qubits

A scalable solution for universal control in low-frequency superconducting qubits.

## The first trapped-ion quantum computer proposal

The paper that started it all: a historical look at the Cirac-Zoller gate.

## Will Quantum Computers without Error Correction be Useful for Optimization?

A new analytic technique has been developed to provide answers.