Quantum science and engineering has the potential to revolutionize 21st century technology in much the same way that lasers, electronics, and computing did in the 20th century. The aim of ITL Quantum Information Program is to understand the potential for quantum-based technology to transform computing and communications, and to develop the measurement and standards infrastructure necessary to exploit this potential.
The principal goals of the ITL Quantum Information Program are
Examples of significant accomplishments within this program include
Xiao Tang uses optical fiber to design quantum communication systems. Photo: (c) Robert Rathe.
Start Date:March 1, 2001
Lead Organizational Unit:itl
NIST Physics Laboratory, NIST Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Indiana University, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics (Waterloo, Canada), University of Maryland Baltimore County
Division 771 (Applied and Computational Mathematics)
Division 772 (Advanced Networking Technologies)
Division 773 (Computer Security)
Ronald F. Boisvert
100 Bureau Drive, M/S 8910