Researchers at Columbia Engineering have found a way, using 2D materials, to build superconducting qubits that are a fraction of the size of previous qubits.
A new technique developed at Columbia Engineering combines quantum mechanics and machine learning to efficiently simulate temperature-dependent processes in materials. The method could lead to new and less carbon-intensive ways of making steel and recycling scarce metals.
Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian Reach $71.5 Million Agreement with Past Patients of Former Gynecologist Robert Hadden
Agreement establishes a compensation fund to be distributed among 79 survivors.
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