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Premiered Sep 25, 2019
A dynamic beginners-level introduction to quantum computing using trapped ions as qubits and oscillating magnetic fields as logic gates. Diana P. L. Aude Craik is a brilliant Oxford/Harvard/MIT physicist with a talent for making real and immediate the physics of both conventional and quantum computation. Filmed at the Museum of Science in Boston on April 6, 2019. Sponsored by the Center for Integrated Quantum Materials with support from the National Science Foundation (Award #1231319). Directed by Carol Lynn Alpert; edited by Danielle Myers and Rob Kirwan. Production help from Karine Thate and Megan Litwhiler. Cameras: Sound & Vision Media.
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