Department of Computer Science
CS researchers have received significant grants in areas such as health informatics, computer vision, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
At the CQSE, more than 40 researchers are working collaboratively in key areas for innovative quantum science and engineering.
“Just as digital electronic devices have transformed our society, quantum photonics will advance science and technology in prodigious ways.”
Harnessing the ‘magic’ of quantum mechanics, quantum technologies offer evolutionary information capabilities and speed unmatched by techniques based on classical means.
Thanks to the dedicated worldwide effort of scientists and support from government and industry, there has been notable theoretical and experimental progress in demonstrating a wide range of quantum-enabled, or quantum-enhanced technologies, particularly those exploiting the quantum-mechanical nature of photons, and their potential in a wealth of application areas. Overcoming this challenge requires major breakthroughs in both engineering and basic science.
To this end, significant challenges must be overcome in developing quantum devices and systems that satisfy the following practical criteria: