Hatridge Part of $115 Million Grant To Support Quantum Computing Center

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Michael Hatridge, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, has been named a co-investigator in a $115 million Department of Energy Office of Science initiative to advance quantum computing research. The Co-design Center for Quantum Advantage, led by Brookhaven National Laboratory will bring together world-leading experts in QIS, materials science, computer science, and theory will work together to resolve performance issues with today’s quantum computers by simultaneously designing software and hardware (co-design). Under the grant, Hatridge will work with others in the center to develop devices for connecting quantum computers into large-scale machines and amplifiers designed to read bits of quantum data.