An NSF Expedition in Computing
Enabling Practical-scale Quantum Computing
ENABLING PRACTICAL-SCALE QUANTUM COMPUTING
Building the first practical quantum computer
EPiQC to work with new NSF STAQ Project
2018 ISCA Tutorial
Margaret Martonosi keynote at HPCA-24 in Vienna, Austria
Architecture on the Road to Quantum Supremacy
YUNONG SHI AWARDED NSF QISE-NET Fellowship
ASPLOS 2018 - Chong Keynote
Grand Challenges of Practical Quantum Computing
Diana Franklin Testifies before Congress
EPiQC is a multi-disciplinary collaboration across 5 universities, led by the University of Chicago, that spans algorithms, software, and physical machines.
EPiQC research will develop algorithms, software, and machines that work better together to achieve 100 to 1000 times more efficient quantum computation.
EPiQC is developing a vertically-integrated set of open-source software tools to connect algorithms to machines, spanning programming languages, compilers, optimizers, simulators, and verification.
A major goal of EPiQC is to grow an urgently needed community of computer science researchers for quantum computing.