Computer Science News

Controlling trapped ions for scalable quantum control

Researchers at the University of Waterloo's Institute for Quantum Computing have developed an algorithm that controls trapped ions for scalable quantum control.

Developing nanopore technology for sequencing DNA in real time

Researchers at UT Dallas are developing nanopore technology that could lead to small portable devices capable of sequencing DNA in real time.

New algorithm for the diagnostics of dementia

An international research team has developed a new algorithm based on blood and cerebrospinal fluid biomarker measurements for the diagnostics of dementia.

Understanding coral reef ecosystems by playing a video game

NASA is inviting members of the public to help researchers understand coral reef ecosystems by playing the NeMO-Net video game.

Materials advancements are vital to the development of quantum hardware

A new study explores the necessity for advances in quantum hardware materials to further develop the capabilities of quantum computers.

Using machine learning to understand the interfaces of hybrid materials

By using machine learning techniques, researchers at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) can predict the structure formation of functionalised molecules at the interfaces of hybrid materials.

Using molecules that respond to light to build qubit systems for quantum computers

Researchers have advanced the development of quantum computers using light-addressable molecules for qubit systems.

Artificial intelligence speeds increased by new technology

A KAUST-led team has enhanced the speed of artificial intelligence through a new technology they call “in-network aggregation”.

Using quantum calculations to solve optimisation problems

Scientists at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have developed a framework based on quantum calculations to solve optimisation problems.

Detecting carpal tunnel syndrome with a smartphone application

A Japanese research group has developed a smartphone application that can be used to screen for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Detecting quantum transmissions without destroying quantum information

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have developed a method for detecting quantum transmissions without destroying the quantum information.

Nanowire design improves capacity of digital data storage technologies

A new nanowire design simultaneously improves the capacity and minimises the physical size of digital data storage technologies.

Computer Science

Computer science is the study of principles, applications, methods of data processing, and the machines which perform them.

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