William Eckhardt Research Center Room 201B
Quantum Networking at the Air Force Research Laboratory
Effective and efficient ways to connect disparate qubit technologies is an outstanding challenge in quantum information science. However, the ability to interface different qubit modalities will have far-reaching implications for quantum computing and quantum networking. Here we present plans and progress toward developing a distributed quantum networking testbed to distribute entanglement between trapped ion, superconducting, and integrated photonic qubits. We will also discuss student internship and visiting researcher opportunities and different pathways to connect with the Air Force Research Laboratory.
You can find more details and register to attend at the Chicago Quantum Exchange website.