January 2021: AQT receives Living Standards Award for "Developing Future Technologies"
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.