The Weekly Quantum Digest: Quantum Computing Pioneer Leaves Google’s QC Project

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Quantum computing pioneer leaves Google, but is optimistic about the state of the industry, Oxford Quantum Computer secures grant, and more in this edition of The Quantum Weekly. 

Spotlight Story: Martinis Leaves Google

“Since my professional goal is for someone to build a quantum computer, I think my resignation is the best course of action for everyone.” — The Quantum Daily

Science

How South America is Helping to Build the Quantum Computing Industry — The Quantum Daily

University of Arizona Researchers Hone in on Quantum GPS, New Technologies The Quantum Daily

(Very) Basic Intro to Lattices for Post Quantum Cryptography — The Quantum Daily

The Best Stack for Exploring Quantum Computing — The Quantum Daily

New Theory of Everything Unites Quantum Mechanics with Relativity … and Much More —  Discover

Cool Down Fast to Advance Quantum Nanotechnology — Science Daily

Business

TQD Exclusive: John Martinis, Former Head of Google’s Quantum Initiative and Tony Uttley, President of Honeywell Quantum Solutions discuss where the industry is heading — The Quantum Daily

Oxford Quantum Circuits-led consortium wins Grant to Boost Quantum Technologies in the UK — The Quantum Daily 

Archer Makes Quantum Computer Development a Company Priority — The Quantum Daily

Zapata Computing Releases Its Unified Quantum Operating Environment: Orquestra — The Quantum Daily

Opinion

Quantum Computing Now Podcast Episode 11 – Interview with Abraham Asfaw — The Quantum Daily

Jobs

Post-Doctoral Research Position in Superconducting Qubits and Circuit QED — Aalto University

Doctoral candidate position in superconducting qubits and circuit QED — Aalto University

SoC Prototyping Engineer — Riverlane

Post-Doctoral Research Position in Superconducting Qubits and Circuit QED — Aalto University

Doctoral Research Position in Superconducting Qubits and Circuit QED — Aalto University

Quantum Research Scientist, Google AI Quantum — Google

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