Aaron D. O'Connell is the first person to experimentally induce and measure quantum effects in the motion of a humanmade object, bridging the quantum and classical worlds. Specifically, he created the world's first "quantum machine" by combining a mechanical resonator with a superconducting qubit, a device used for quantum computation. His "quantum machine" is the first visible object that moves quantum mechanically, and it was named the "Breakthrough of the Year" of 2010 by the journal Science.
executing new ideas.
is that a quantum computer is exponentially more powerful than classical computer.
the projects you feel so passionately about that you enjoy giving them your all.
is shaping up to be pivotal.
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