June 2020: The AQT quantum computers are now supported by PennyLane, an open-source project by Xanadu for quantum machine learning, automatic differentiation, and optimization.
June 2020: World Economic Forum considers AQT poised to have a significant impact on business and society
April 2020: The AQT quantum computer is now supported by t|ket⟩, the quantum software development kit of Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), via pytket.
January 2020: AQT co-founder Rainer Blatt receives honorary doctorate from the Complutense University of Madrid.
November 2019: AQT researchers and colleagues have demonstrated a new method to benchmark different quantum computer platforms.
November 2019: The AQT ion trap quantum computer now supports Qiskit, a prominent open-source quantum programming language initially created by IBM and developed by scientist all around the world.
September 2019: Quantum algorithm developers can now have direct access to our quantum computer in Innsbruck. The Cirq framework developed by Google can be used to explore quantum algorithms on our trapped ions.
August 2019: We are delighted to announce that AQT co-founder Peter Zoller receives the John Stewart Bell Prize for his outstanding achievements in the field of quantum information processing.