From Seneca’s 100 Women to Hear, July 7, 2022: A podcast interview with Fermilab’s Anna Grassellino on leading the team on developing the most powerful quantum computer on earth to hopefully one day answer questions like, “What is the world made of and what are its most fundamental components?”
From Quantum Computing Report, April 30, 2022: A Fermilab quantum engineering team has collaborated with the University of Chicago to create a new open-source design for control electronics for superconducting quantum processors called the Quantum Instrumentation Control Kit.
From Futura Sciences (France), November 16, 2021: Today a quantum computer built by IBM seems on the point of unraveling certain secrets of the protons and neutrons that make up our bodies and the stars. Read more about this development which includes the Don Lincoln video explaining quantum chromodynamics.
From Forbes, October 11, 2021: Fermilab is part of the Chicago Quantum Exchange (CQE), an intellectual hub to promote the research of quantum information technologies and the development of new commercial uses of it. While quantum computing is still in its infancy, the technology is gaining momentum around the world as governments, academic researchers, security innovators and business leaders are coalescing around the potential quantum has to fundamentally change data communication and security.
From La Repubblica (Italy), September 30, 2021: Fermilab has recently started the development of a quantum computer with performances that go well beyond those of currently existing quantum computers. This project is being lead by Fermilab’s Anna Grassellino, who also graduated in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pisa.
From Inspiring Fifty (Italy) Sept. 7, 2021: Fermilab’s Anna Grasselino was named one of Italy’s most inspiring women in the world of technology. She was recognized for her work as Director of the National Quantum Information Science and head of the SQMS division of Fermilab. Read more about all 50 innovators.