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Adiabatic Methods for Quantum Computing Topological Quantum Computing
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Quantum Concatenated Code Hamiltonians The Hidden Subgroup Problem
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Novel Simulations of Quantum Physics Self Correcting Quantum Computers


Current funding for the Quantum Computing theory group is provided by

  • The National Science Foundation
    • Grant #0916400: AF: Small: Graph Isomorphism and Quantum Random Walks by Anyons Principal Investigator: Dave Bacon (2009-2012)
    • Grant #0829937: EMT/QIS: Robust Quantum Simulation Techniques for Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation Principal Investigator: Dave Bacon (2008-2011)
    • Grant #0803478: Quantum Concatenated Code Hamiltonians. Principal Investigator: Dave Bacon (2008-2011)
  • DARPA via the AFOSR
    • FA9550-09-1-0044: QuEST Program: Robust Quantum Gadgets. Principal Investigator: Dave Bacon (2009-2012)
  • IARPA via the ARO
    • MUSIQC: Multiscale Universal Scalable Ion-trap Quantum Computer. Principal Investigator: Jungsang Kim
  • The Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington

Past funding for the Quantum Computing theory group was kindly provided by

  • The National Security Agency and the Army Research Office
    • Grant W911NSF-06-1-0379: The Hidden Subgroup Conjugacy Problem and Beyond. Principal Investigator: Dave Bacon (2005-2009)
  • The National Science Foundation
    • Grant #0621621: NSF CCF: Microarchitectures for Quantum Computers. Principal Investigators: Mark Oskin and Dave Bacon (2006-2010)
    • Grant #0523359: QnTM EMT: Self-Correcting Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers. Principal Investigators: Dave Bacon and Mark Oskin (2005-2008)

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