Superconducting Quantum Computing Group is dedicated to the fabrication and manipulation of intermediate-scale quantum chips, as well as the exploration of the realization of practical quantum simulation and quantum computing algorithms. Its laboratory has a production line and six sets of characterization systems for quantum chips. They have made a few progresses in the development of long-lived qubits and new qubits, non-destructive readout of quantum states, the realization of high-fidelity logic gates, quantum simulation and other aspects. They have demonstrated a quantum cloud platform of 8 qubits and a superconducting transmon qubit with relaxation time over 0.5 ms. Quantum simulation on a chip of around 50 qubits is currently being explored. In addition, the research team is also interested in the research of highly integrated electronics that is in line with the development trend of quantum computing, and which lays the foundation for the development of larger-scale quantum processors in the future.

1.Better qubits
2.Useful qubits
3.More qubits
On few-qubit systems, we are trying to extend qubit lifetime and maintain high-fidelity control at the same time.
On state-of-the-art intermediate-scale quantum chips, we are demonstrating quantum simulations, quantum error correction and hybrid quantum-classical algorithms.
We are making engineering efforts to explore any practical paths to scalability through innovations in design, fabrication, packaging, electronics and automation.