(APS.org) Ronald Hanson, Scientific Director at the QuTech research institute and a professor at the Delft University of Technology, spoke about an ambitious project to create a global quantum internet, starting in the Netherlands. The ultimate vision is a network that enables qubit exchange from anywhere in the world, requiring the ability to transmit states of quantum entanglement across long distances.  Note: QuTech will Co-Produce IQT-NYC Conference with 3DR Holdings April 2-3, 2020.
The goal is to create a truly quantum network with end-to-end quantum technology. The advent of a fully quantum internet would be an important step for quantum computing, allowing quantum processors to transmit information from quantum bits, or qubits, to one another instantaneously.

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“We want to make the first entanglement-based internet, and to do that we have to assemble a brilliant, interdisciplinary group of people,” said Hanson in his talk. “It’s a testimony to the type of challenge we have: It’s not just an optics challenge or just a physics challenge. You need people from different disciplines to work together.”
To create such a talented braintrust, Delft University and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) joined forces to create QuTech. This advanced research center for quantum computing and the quantum internet provides a place for physicists, computer scientists, and optics engineers to realize the ultimate goal of a network of quantum computers.

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