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Submission + - 'Crystal' simulator designed to model quantum behaviours (abc.net.au)

Waltre writes: "Dr Michael Biercuk and then team from The Quantum Science Research Group from the University of Sydney today published the details of their quantum computer/simulator which the author is claiming has " the potential to perform calculations that would require a supercomputer larger than the size of the known universe" — all in a machine the size of just 300 charged beryllium atoms."
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'Crystal' simulator designed to model quantum behaviours

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