-LEAP

for Quantum Information Processing

Story Behind Q-LEAP

Q-LEAP is a umbrella project which hosts three research schemes, quantum information processing, quantum sensing, and next generation laser.

Each Q-LEAP consists of a Flagship project and several basic foundation research projects.

Website

This website is for the Basic Foundation Research Project: Architecture and applications for small to large scale quantum computation.

Project

The project forces on two directions: small-scale applications and architectures, and scalable software technology for quantum computation.

We investigate novel applications for quantum information processing and develop architectures to maximize the potential of such quantum information processing. The scalable software technology includes from error correction and its applications to modeling and analysis of scalable quantum information processing.

Meet the Members

  • Kae Nemoto
    Professor/Director
    National Institute of Informatics
    Global Research Center for
    Quantum Information Science
  • Victor M. Bastidas
    Research Specialist
    NTT Basic Research Laboratories Optical Science Laboratory, Theoretical Physics Research Group
  • Kenichi Kawarabayashi
    Professor
    National Institute of Informatics
    Principles of Informatics Research Division
  • Masako Kishida
    Associate Professor

    National Institute of Informatics
    Principles of Informatics Research Division
  • William J. Munro
    Senior Distinguished Scientist
    NTT Basic Research Laboratories Optical Science Laboratory, Theoretical Physics Research Group
  • Mio Murao
    Professor
    The University of Tokyo Department
    of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Quantum information theory group
  • Akihito Soeda
    Assistant Professor
    The University of Tokyo Department
    of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Quantum information theory group
  • Takeaki Uno
    Professor
    National Institute of Informatics
    Principles of Informatics Research Division
  • Yu Yokoi
    Assistant Professor
    National Institute of Informatics
    Principles of Informatics Research Division

Press Release

Researchers at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), Osaka University, the Japanese-French Laboratory of Informatics (JFLI) and Tokyo University of Science have discovered that time crystals can be used to simulate complex quantum networks.
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New publication

M. P. Estarellas et.al, Simulating complex quantum networks with time crystals, Science Advances (2020).

Our suggestion

29th July to 2nd August 2019, 5th International Conference on Quantum Error Correction(QEC'19), London, UK.
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