Quantum Computer in the Solid State
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Universität Konstanz

Since its foundation in 1966, the University of Konstanz has distinguished itself through its top-level research, excellence in teaching and studies, internationality and interdisciplinary collaboration. Our campus university sustains an environment that facilitates communication, interlinks scientific disciplines and advances a culture of creative collaboration.

The University of Konstanz is comprised of thirteen departments that are divided into three faculties: the Faculty of Sciences, the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Politics - Law - Economics.

15 research groups and several junior research groups perform cutting-edge research at the Department of Physics in different fields including: Computational Physics, Renewable Energies with Focus on Photovoltaics, Nanoscience, Novel Solid State Physics and Modern Materials, Optics, Photonics and Quantum information, Soft Condensed Matter, Statistical Physics.

Role within QSolid

Theoretical exploration and modelling of the QSolid quantum computing platform and its performance.

Our vision for QSolid

We are excited about the prospect of more powerful quantum devices based on solid-state systems and the research leading to them.

- from Guido Burkard

Main contacts

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Prof. Dr. Guido Burkard
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Dr. Balàzs Gulàcsi