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Come and take a look at IBM’s Quantum Computer!

As part of Oxford’s new collaboration with IBM Q, NQIT has arranged to host their Quantum Computer Exhibit in the foyer of the new Beecroft Building, next to the Clarendon Lab.

The exhibit is a prototype of their 50-qubit quantum computer and will be accompanied by a video explaining what it is and how it works.

It’s being set up on Tuesday 19 June and will be there until Monday 25 June.

Open to all members of the University. Please come along and have a look – the entrance to the Physics Department Clarendon Lab is through the revolving doors between the new Beecroft Building and the Clarendon Lab.  Please show your university card at reception to be let through into the building and the IBM exhibit is just to your left on the ground floor of the new building.