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Status: ongoing

In 2018, Zurich Instruments joined the OpenSuperQ Project, which is part of the Quantum Flagship – one of the largest and most ambitious research initiatives of the European Union. OpenSuperQ aims at designing, building, and operating a quantum information processing system of up to 100 qubits and to sustainably make it available at a central site for external users. Zurich Instruments is responsible for the full stack of room-temperature electronics as well as for the control and measurement software of the multi-qubit system.

We design and manufacture hardware and software components for real-time quantum processor control and readout with low-latency feedback and increased scalability. We collaborate closely with our partners, among whom are Prof. Frank Wilhelm-Mauch at Saarland University, Prof. Andreas Wallraff at ETH Zurich, Prof. David DiVincenzo at Forschungszentrum Jülich, and Dr. Jonas Bylander at Chalmers University of Technology.

See the full list of partners here.


IBM Q Network

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As part of the IBM Q Network, Zurich Instruments will work on the integration of IBM quantum technology with the companies' own electronics to ensure reliable control and measurement of a quantum device while providing a clean software interface to the next higher level in the stack.

Oxford Instruments

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We cooperate with Oxford Instruments to demonstrate how to boost the user experience by combining equipment from both companies, resulting in a shorter time interval from installation to first scientific measurement.

Take a look at our application notes.

Micronit Microfluidics

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We enjoy the application exchange with Micronit in the field of microfluidics. The Dutch company is our microfluidic chip maker of choice, and together we have promoted the electrical impedance spectroscopy platform.

Take a look at our application notes.


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We recommend Fluigent pumps for microfluidic applications. Fluigent and Zurich Instruments have embraced the challenge of bringing electrical impedance spectroscopy to a world-wide audience.

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