Princeton plays major role in new $115 million quantum science center

Princeton University will have a major leadership role in a new Co-Design Center for Quantum Advantage, headquartered at Brookhaven National Laboratory and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The center will receive up to $115 million over five years to develop materials, devices, software and applications that will serve as a platform for the next generation of quantum computing capabilities. The goal is to overcome the limitations of today’s early stage quantum computers and propel the field forward to unlock new capabilities to tackle real-world challenges.