Quantum Computing with Richard Versluis

Episode #44 Published Wednesday, April 21, 2021

This week, I talk with Richard Versluis about Quantum Computing. Richard creates Quantum Computers and explains how they work, what you can do with them, how you can program one, and when you'll have one in your home.

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Richard Versluis (Rotterdam, 1971) is principal systems engineer at TNO and engineering lead of the quantum computing division at QuTech, the cooperation between the University of Delft and TNO. The missions of the quantum computing division is to build scalable prototypes of a quantum computer. 

Richard is also the system architect of Quantum Inspire, Europe’s first public online quantum computing platform. Quantum Inspire include a 5 qubit processor named Starmon-5, and provides the world’s first public access to a spin qubit based processor named Spin-2. With this it is also a unique platform giving direct access to two different qubit technologies.