Finland is going quantum and quantum startup scene is heating up in Hotlanta, plus more in this edition of The Quantum Weekly.
Spotlight Story: Quantum First for Finland
“The quantum computers of the future will be able to accurately model viruses and pharmaceuticals or design new materials in a way that is impossible with traditional methods.” — The Quantum Daily.
Science and Technology
Let’s Turn the Qubits Off — The Quantum Daily
New Method Predicts Spin Dynamics of Materials for Quantum Computing — Science Daily
Arrays of Strontium Rydberg Atoms Show Promise for Use in Quantum Computers — Phys.org
A New Kind Of Microscope Might Revolutionize Quantum Science — Techquila
Photonics Engineering Needed to Commercialize Quantum Technology — Novus Light
Atlanta QC Startup Promises Intelligent Systems For Tomorrow’s Economies — The Quantum Daily
Japan’s Global AISIN Group Enlists QC Ware for Joint Quantum Computing Research for the Automotive Industry — The Quantum Daily
Finland’s Quantum First: VTT to Acquire Finland’s First Quantum Computer
Quantum Annealing The Path For Japan-based Startup — The Quantum Daily
How IBM Q Network Taps Partners to Advance Quantum Computing — Venture Beat
Is Quantum Computing Ready to Leap into the Real World? — Network World
University Research Partner — QuantFi
Nanofabrication Engineer — OQC
Quantum Control Engineer – Q-CTRL
Platform Engineer – Tech lead — Riverlane
QKD Researcher — QEYnet
Director of Research, Quantum Computing Software for Finance — QuantFi
Applied Quantum Computing Scientist — BI X GmbH at Boehringer Ingelheim
Post-Doctoral Research Position in Superconducting Qubits and Circuit QED — Aalto University
See our jobs board for more opportunities, or to post your own search.