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Our interview series continues with Jens Eisert from Freie Universität Berlin. He talks future prospects of quantum simulators, shares with us what fascinates him most about his field of research and what he thinks about the so-called "second quantum revolution". Read more: https://pasquans.eu/people-behind-pasquans-jens-eisert/...

Congratulations to Antoine Browaeys! The PASQuanS Co-Coordinator from the Insitut d´Optique has been awarded the CNRS Médaille d´Argent 2021. It distinguishes researchers for their originality and the quality and significance of their work. https://www.cnrs.fr/fr/personne/medailles-dargent-2021   ...

With our new interview series "People Behind PASQuanS" we introduce you to some of the bright minds behind our endeavour, who help shape the future of quantum simulation technologies and, quite frankly, make PASQuanS what it is in the first place: a multifaceted and diverse...

Welcome to ParityQC! The start-up was founded in January 2020 in Innsbruck, Austria and is a spin-off from the University of Innsbruck and the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). With ParityQC, the two founders Magdalena Hauser and Wolfgang Lechner introduce a completely new paradigm on...

Quantum physics allows making statements about the behavior of a wide variety of many-particle systems at the atomic level, from salt crystals to neutron stars. In quantum systems, many parameters do not have concrete values but are distributed over various values with certain probabilities. Often...

As quantum simulations are able to prepare increasingly more complex many-body states, it remains a challenge to visualize and analyze such states. The cases of large single-qudit states and permutationally symmetric multi-qubit states have been addressed in a recent study published in Physical Review A which...

In a recent article published by the American Physical Society’s Physical Review A, the Atos Quantum Lab (Michel Fabrice Serret, Bertrand Marchand, Thomas Ayral) investigates the potential of Rydberg analog quantum computers (a promising quantum platform constructed for instance at IOGS or at Pasqal) for...

The PASQuanS 2nd Year Meeting was held on 19th of October 2020. Due to the Covid-19 crisis it was not possible to have a live event. In a half-day online meeting, around 60 participants from the PASQuanS consortium and some end users discussed first major...