Pfister Highlighted in Quantum Computing News

Monday, September 26 2011

From Network World:

"My work with optical fields has demonstrated good preliminary control over 60 qubit equivalents, which we call 'Qmodes' and has the potential to scale to thousands of Qmodes," Pfister says. "Each Qmode is a distinctly specified color of the electromagnetic field, but to develop a quantum computer, nearly hundreds to thousands of Qmodes are required."

For more, see:
http://www.networkworld.com/news/2011/092611-quantum-computing-250825.html

Tags: Olivier Pfister Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics