Sandia National Laboratories Receives $42 Million Funding for Four New Quantum Research Projects

The $42 million in funding is being provided by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research Programs for four new projects that will last 3-5 years, depending upon the project. The funding appears to be separate to the projects that will be funded by the National Quantum Initiative Act that was signed into law in December.

Partners on three of the four Sandia-led projects include the California Institute of Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dartmouth College, Duke University, the University of Maryland and Tufts University.

The four projects include:

For more details on these projects you can read the news release on the Sandia web site here.

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