Berkeley Lab’s user facilities provide state-of-the-art resources for scientists across the nation to advance the frontiers of quantum science.
The world’s leading supercomputing center for open science enables researchers to perform simulations of quantum computers. For example, scientists recently ran a 45-qubit simulation of a quantum computer on NERSC’s newest supercomputer, Cori – one of the largest such simulations ever performed.
The nanoscience research facility enables users to fabricate and test high-coherence quantum nanostructures and materials for preserving and transmitting quantum information.
The ALS is the nation’s premier soft x-ray synchrotron light source, making it indispensable in the study of the electronic and chemical properties of materials such as quantum devices.
The Energy Sciences Network is the fastest network dedicated to science, connecting tens of thousands of scientists as they collaborate on solving some of the world’s biggest scientific challenges.