In December 2013, Matt Reed handed in a 368-page dissertation to complete his physics PhD under Rob Schoelkopf’s quantum information processing lab. Two years later, the thesis had won two prestigious awards. Click here to read.
In recognition of his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research, Rob Schoelkopf has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Click here to see the Yale News article by Samuel Kim
“If you would have brought an iPhone to someone 25 years ago, they would have called you a wizard.”
- Please click here to watch the short video about Quantum Computing presented by Rob Schoelkopf, the World Economic Forum posted on youtube.
President Salovey attended the World Economic Forum at Davos for the second time. This year accompanied by applied physics professor Robert Schoelkopf, economics professor and 2013 Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller, and economics professor Aleh...
Quantum Computing Without Qubits
- A quantum computing pioneer explains why analog simulators may beat out general-purpose digital quantum machines — for now.
In Quanta Magazine, Ivan Deutsch talks about Quantum Computing and the important role...