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  • SeeQC.EU stabilisce i suoi laboratori di ricerca e sviluppo di tecnologie quantistiche all’Università di Napoli
    *Versione Italiana*  In collaborazione con l’Università di Napoli, SeeQC inaugura i suoi laboratori specializzati in tecnologie quantistiche, con attrezzature all’avanguardia per test criogenici e design di circuiti Roma, Italia (21 Gennaio 2019) – SeeQC.EU, in stretta collaborazione con il Dipartimento di Fisica dell’Università di Napoli Federico II, ha stabilito i ... read more
    Source: SeeQC – NewsJanuary 21, 2019
  • SeeQC.EU Establishes Superconducting Quantum Technology R&D Labs at the University of Naples
    In collaboration with the University of Naples, SeeQC.EU superconducting quantum technology laboratories include cryogenic test and circuit design labs Rome, Italy (January 21, 2019)—SeeQC.EU, in close collaboration with the Department of Physics of University of Naples Federico II, has established R&D laboratories at the Monte Sant’Angelo campus. Work conducted at ... read more
    Source: SeeQC – NewsJanuary 21, 2019
  • SeeQC.EU Team Sets Up Digital Superconductor Equipment in New Lab
    SeeQC.EU team members Halima Ahmad and Alessandro Miano set up digital superconductor equipment in the company’s new laboratory at the University of Naples, in collaboration with the department of physics. The SeeQC.EU lab is devoted to the development of superconducting circuits for quantum information processing. The post SeeQC.EU Team Sets Up ... read more
    Source: SeeQC – NewsNovember 13, 2018
  • SeeQC.EU Team Member Wins 2nd Place at ASC 2018 in Seattle, WA
    The work of SeeQC.EU team member Alessandro Miano on “Symmetric Travelling Wave Parametric Amplifier” won the 2nd place at the ASC 2018 (Seattle) in the Best Student Paper competition in Electronics.                Alessandro Miano pictured second from the left.     Alessandro Miano pictured sixth from ... read more
    Source: SeeQC – NewsNovember 12, 2018
Project Description

Seeqc is built upon the fundamental premise that to deliver a commercially scalable and cost-effective quantum computing solution, classical readout, control, error correction, and data processing functions must be integrated with a quantum processor. Just as the greatest advances in modern classical computing occurred with digital chip-scale integration of key functions, leading to drastic reduction in system complexity, I/O count, and cost, the same will be required in quantum computing. We are developing a platform to deliver that integration.
Seeqc is developing the first digital quantum computing platform for global businesses. Seeqc combines classical and quantum technologies to address the efficiency, stability and cost issues endemic to quantum computing systems. The company applies classical and quantum technology through digital readout and control technology and through a unique chip-scale architecture. Seeqc’s quantum system provides the energy- and cost-efficiency, speed and digital control required to make quantum computing useful and bring the first commercially-scalable, problem-specific quantum computing applications to market.
The company is one of the first companies to have built a superconductor multi-layer commercial chip foundry and through this experience has the infrastructure in place for design, testing and manufacturing of quantum-ready superconductors. Seeqc is a spin-out of Hypres, the world’s leading developer of superconductor electronics. Seeqc’s team of executives and scientists have deep expertise and experience in commercial superconductive computing solutions and quantum computing. Seeqc is based in Elmsford, NY.

Project Details
  • Startup: SeeQC
  • Founded: 2018
  • Capabilities: Superconducting quantum technologies
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