HRL Laboratories, LLC is partnering with the Laboratory for Physical Sciences’ Qubit Collaboratory to fabricate cutting-edge silicon quantum dot devices for distribution to academic and government researchers. The effort aims to improve access to next-generation quantum dot technology to accelerate discovery in quantum science.
HRL Laboratories, LLC, has published the first demonstration of universal control of encoded spin qubits. This newly emerging approach to quantum computation uses a novel silicon-based qubit device architecture, fabricated in HRL’s Malibu cleanroom, to trap single electrons in quantum dots. The article Universal logic with encoded spin qubits in silicon was posted online ahead of publication in the journal Nature. HRL is a world leader in silicon qubit technology.
HRL Laboratories, LLC, hopes to advance the vast potential of two-dimensional topological materials for quantum computation. With an award from DARPA, this project—Suppressing Trivial Edge Conductance in 2D Topological Materials—will take a step closer to development of topological qubits that keep fragile quantum information safe from environmental effects.