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A three-part series by The Record explores how quantum physics is turning Waterloo into a global hub of cutting-edge technology.
IQC associate professor Kevin Resch was selected to receive a prestigious E.W.R Steacie Fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
The IQC team of Andrew Childs, David Gosset and Zak Webb have proposed a new universal computational model.
Quantum Sensors: Toward the Ultimate Limits
Thomas Jennewein awarded a Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) Leading Edge Fund grant.
IQC researchers use a single quantum bit to create an exceptional quantum sensing detector for magnetic fields.
CryptoWorks21 is a supplementary training program for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows working in various aspects of cryptography and quantum computing.
IQC researcher Aharon Brodutch co-authored a definitive Reviews of Modern Physics paper on the body of work on the distinction between classical and quantum systems.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo and the University of Calgary have carried out an experiment, using the quantum properties of three particles of light, that could provide new insights into the philosophical arguments by Einstein about the foundations of quantum mechanics.
The opening of the Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre drew thousands of visitors to the University of Waterloo's newest and most sophisticated research facility.
IQC welcomes new faculty member Guo-Xing Miao, whose research is at the intersection of spintronics and topological quantum computing.
The Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre, the state-of-the-art new headquarters of IQC, officially opened Sept. 21 during a ceremony attended by more than 1,000 guests.
Three IQC scientists were part of an international research team that achieved a record-breaking quantum teleportation across the Canary Islands.
New IQC faculty member Prof. Robert Koenig explores fundamental questions of quantum error correction and cryptography — and plays the classical guitar too.
A research team including IQC postdoctoral fellow Eduardo Martin-Martinez recently demonstrated quantum entanglement between particles that exist at different points in time.
A team of researchers including IQC postdoctoral fellow Nathan Wiebe demonstrated a powerful new quantum algorithm for data analysis.
The Women in Physics conference provides female scientists with a place to share ideas, network and build a community.