NExT Forum：Quantum Computing
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🟢Speaker: Morris Huang
Director of Research at QuDoor
Morris Huang, Director of Research at QuDoor Technologies, Inc., the first company in Asia dedicated to “atomic-type quantum computer, quantum secured communication and quantum internet”, AbaQ Is the first-generation distributed trapped ion quantum computing prototype.
Over 15 years experience in quantum technology and related fields, Mr. Huang received his PhD from Peking University with major in optics. Later, he worked as postdoctoral researcher in the quantum information group at the department physics at Lund University, Lund, Sweden, also in National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China. Over his academic career, Mr. Huang published over 20 highly cited scientific papers on nonlinear optical, vibration noise analysis in atom and quantum information. Fueled by the passion of applying laser in various practical fields. Mr. Huang once said, “My work in life is one thing, and one thing only, that is constantly hitting smaller and smaller physical objects with lasers.” He joined QuDoor with focus on the development of distributed trapped ion quantum computer.
🟢Presentation title : Qudoor and Quantum Internet in China
As the development of quantum computers by industry evolve dramatically, the roadmap towards to quantum supremacy of quantum computers come in a variety of forms. While scalable quantum computers are currently under development, smaller quantum devices and quantum terminals are currently available in practice. Based on this fact as well as the rich experience of developing QKD network in mainland China, the development of the scalable distributed gate‑model quantum computers based on quantum internet has already been warmed up in China, mainly led by our start-up company Qudoor, with a primary aim to provide unconditional security with advanced distributed quantum. Especially, we focus on quantum computers based on trapped atomic ions and scattered photons to provide a promising way to build a large-scale quantum information processor. Individual ions act as perfect qubits that have unsurpassed levels of quantum coherence. Meanwhile, enhancement of the collection of spontaneous emitted photons is likely to help scaling up an atom–photon quantum network. I will summarize several projects implemented by Qudoor and other colleague companies in mainland China, who are together motivated to build a new industry alliance named as “quantum optoelectronics”.