USC researchers leverage techniques to manage error accumulation, demonstrating the potential of quantum computing.
President Carol L. Folt launches the most comprehensive academic initiative in USC’s history, including a new School of Advanced Computing, educational opportunities in ethical computing for students across the university, and an expansion of USC’s footprint in Silicon Beach.
From environment, family and transportation to what we’ll eat and how we’ll age, USC faculty share how they think our future world might look.
The USC-Lockheed Martin Quantum Computing Center will upgrade to D-Wave’s Advantage system with more than 5000 qubits.
The method has the potential to solve some of society’s biggest challenges.
The trustees and administrators discussed issues ranging from quantum computing to DACA students.
The university is proving the promise of the revolutionary new technology that could solve major challenges in the near future.
The goal: machines that are at least 10,000 times faster than the best traditional computers.
Daniel Lidar, Cheryl Mattingly and Viet Thanh Nguyen receive prestigious fellowships to pursue research and literary projects.
USC researchers discover a method to reduce heating, a problem that challenges the potential of the high-powered devices.