IIT-Madras becomes first Indian institution to join IBM Quantum Network

IIT-Madras becomes first Indian institution to join IBM Quantum Network

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Category : International Published on: September 14 2022

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  • International Business Machines (IBM) has partnered with Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, (IIT-Madras), to advance quantum computing skill development and research in India.
  • It will also get to explore practical applications of the technology.
  • The researchers from IIT Madras will advance the research for domains that are relevant to India.
  • IIT Madras joins more than 180 members of the IBM Quantum Network, a global community of Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, academic institutions, and research labs working with IBM Quantum technology to advance ‎quantum computing and explore practical applications.
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