The New Quantum Era

A podcast by Sebastian Hassinger & Kevin Rowney - Mondays

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25 Episodes

  1. Material Science with Houlong Zhuang at Q2B Paris

    Published: 3/12/2024
  2. A look back at quantum computing in 2023 with Kevin and Sebastian

    Published: 2/26/2024
  3. Dawning of the Era of Logical Qubits with Dr Vladan Vuletic

    Published: 2/12/2024
  4. Trapped Ions and Quantum VCs with Chiara Decaroli

    Published: 12/15/2023
  5. Adiabatic and Counterdiabatic Quantum Computing with Dr. Ieva Čepaitė

    Published: 11/20/2023
  6. Quantum Intermediate Representation with Cassandra Granade

    Published: 11/6/2023
  7. Quantum Error Mitigation using Mitiq with Misty Wahl

    Published: 10/16/2023
  8. Neutral atom arrays with Alex Keesling of QuEra Computing

    Published: 10/2/2023
  9. The Enchilada: Microfabricated Ion Trap Qubits with Daniel Stick

    Published: 9/18/2023
  10. Operating at the Quantum Limit with Dr. Dana Anderson

    Published: 9/5/2023
  11. Black hole physics and new states of quantum matter with John Preskill

    Published: 8/24/2023
  12. A Hybrid NISQ-Classical Solution Architecture with Harry Buhrman

    Published: 8/7/2023
  13. The Mysterious Majorana with Leo Kouwenhoven

    Published: 7/24/2023
  14. Quantum Supremacy to Generative AI and Back with Scott Aaronson

    Published: 5/8/2023
  15. The Fault-Tolerance Threshold with Dorit Aharonov

    Published: 4/24/2023
  16. Probability First: Understanding Quantum Computing with James Whitfield

    Published: 4/10/2023
  17. It is Known with Joe Fitzsimons, part 2 of 2

    Published: 3/13/2023
  18. An optimistic view of quantum computing's future with Joe Fitzsimons part 1 of 2

    Published: 2/27/2023
  19. It from Qubit with Grant Salton

    Published: 12/29/2022
  20. Better Qubits Through Material Science with Nathalie DeLeon

    Published: 11/15/2022

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Your hosts, Sebastian Hassinger and Kevin Rowney, interview brilliant research scientists, software developers, engineers and others actively exploring the possibilities of our new quantum era. We will cover topics in quantum computing, networking and sensing, focusing on hardware, algorithms and general theory. The show aims for accessibility - neither of us are physicists! - and we'll try to provide context for the terminology and glimpses at the fascinating history of this new field as it evolves in real time.