DOE Announces $218 Million for 85 Research Awards in Quantum Information Science

By IQT News posted 08 Nov 2018

(Photonics.com) The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $218 million in funding for 85 research awards in the field of quantum information science (QIS).
The awards were granted to scientists at 28 institutions of higher learning across the nation, along with nine DOE national laboratories, covering a range of topics from developing hardware and software for a new generation of quantum computers, to the synthesis and characterization of new materials with special quantum properties, to probing the ways in which quantum computing and information processing provide insights into cosmic phenomena such as dark matter and black holes.

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