R&D Project

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Goal 6 R&D ProjectsDevelopment of a Scalable, Highly Integrated Quantum Error Correction System

Project manager (PM)KOBAYASHI KazutoshiProfessor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Kyoto Institute of Technology

Summary of the project

To realize an error-tolerant general-purpose quantum computer, this project addresses the technical issues of algorithms and scalable backends by using classical hardware for error correction, scalable quantum-to-classical input/output frontends, their chip implementation, and cryogenic operation for high bandwidth and low power quantum-to-classical input/output. We will address the technology challenges of optical integrated circuits. This will enable error correction systems for general-purpose quantum computers that can be used universally by 2050through error correction.


Milestone by year 2030

We will demonstrate the feasibility of scalable and practical quantum error correction processing.

Milestone by year 2025

We will develop a prototype of a quantum error correction system and integrate the qubit control part to make it smaller.

Outline of R&D

R&D theme structure of the project

R&D theme structure of the project
R&D theme structure of the project

Leader's institution

Kyoto Institute of Technology

R&D institutions

Kyoto Institute of Technology, University of Tokyo, Kumamoto University, Osaka University, Kyoto University, University of Shiga Prefecture, RIKEN, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Meiji University, Toyama Prefectural University, QuEL Corporation, Socionext Inc.

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