Quantum Thought Leaders

The Packt podcast with me talking about my quantum computing and my book Dancing with Qubits is now available. Here is how you can listen… Continue readingHow to listen to my Packt podcast about #QuantumComputing on your phone The post How to listen to my Packt podcast about #QuantumComputing on... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-12
Please join Stacy Munro, Richard Gall, and me for a podcast discussion about my new book about quantum computing, Dancing with Qubits. The post SoundCloud Packt podcast with me about Dancing with Qubits and #QuantumComputing appeared first on Robert Sutor.... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-11
I’m pleased to announce that the Amazon Kindle version of my quantum computing book Dancing with Qubits is now available! This book provides a comfortable… Continue readingThe Amazon Kindle version of Dancing with Qubits is now available! The post The Amazon Kindle version of Dancing with Qubits is now available!... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-04
People often ask me “Where should I get started in order to learn about quantum computing?”. Here are several steps you can take. I work… Continue readingSome practical things you can do to learn about quantum computing The post Some practical things you can do to learn about quantum computing... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-04
I have a running YouTube playlist about quantum computing where I capture videos mostly about quantum computing in general, IBM Quantum, the Qiskit open source… Continue readingMy YouTube quantum computing playlist The post My YouTube quantum computing playlist appeared first on Robert Sutor.... Read more
Published on: 2020-02-01
IBM BrandVoice: Why IBM, A Patents Leader, Joined The LOT Network “We disclosed that we had joined the LOT Network. LOT is a group of… Continue readingThings I’m Reading on 01/31/2020 The post Things I’m Reading on 01/31/2020 appeared first on Robert Sutor.... Read more
Published on: 2020-01-31
A couple weeks ago my co-authors Zhengfeng Ji (UTS Sydney), Heny Yuen (University of Toronto) and Anand Natarajan and John Wright (both at Caltech’s IQIM, with John soon moving to UT Austin) & I posted a manuscript on the arXiv … Continue reading →... Read more
My podcast with Simon Devitt discussing quantum computing, IBM Quantum, and my new book Dancing with Qubits is now available on Spotify.   The post Podcast: Meet the meQuanics with Simon Devitt and me appeared first on Robert Sutor.... Read more
Published on: 2020-01-28
On my right sat a quantum engineer. She was facing a melanoma specialist who works at a medical school. Leftward of us sat a networks expert, a flatworm enthusiast, and a condensed-matter theorist. Farther down sat a woman who slices … Continue reading →... Read more
by Sara Marzban In this post I’m going to briefly describe the solid state system, namely rare-earth crystalline material, that the Tittel lab at Qutech is using to do all sorts of cool quantum communication experiments, including building the hardware required for an elementary link of a quantum repeater. In... Read more
Published on: 2020-01-24