ASU launches new quantum research collaborative
ASU has launched the Quantum Collaborative to expand understanding of quantum technology and form partnerships to realize its potential. One of ASU’s Knowledge Enterprise leaders says quantum technology could change how the world can solve it biggest problems. But Christian Arenz, a Fulton Schools assistant professor and a member of the collaborative’s ASU advisory board, says it’s too early to clearly foresee the full impacts of quantum technology. Still, he does see possibilities for enabling advanced simulations of complex systems that could help in developing more resilient materials, more effective pharmaceuticals, better predictive financial market and weather pattern modeling, and revealing how pathogens spread through the air.
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