Quantum technologies

Quantum technology & computing

Building a quantum computing platform based on superconducting qubits and developing theory, algorithms and applications to explore and potentially overcome the limits of classical computation

Smart system integration

Smart system integration

Future supercomputers will be based on technology classes that work with the tiniest of systems: Wearables and IoT devices

Functional electronic packaging

Functional electronic packaging

Improvements in compute performance, efficiency and miniaturization of digital devices

Binnig & Rohrer Nanotechnology Center

Binnig & Rohrer Nanotechnology Center

State-of-the-art research facility with cleanroom for micro/nanofabrication and noise-free labs

Atom/molecule manipulation

Atom/molecule manipulation

Low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy

IIIV integration & devices

III–V integration & devices

Monolithic III–V on silicon integration for applications spanning photonics, electronics and quantum devices

Neuromorphic devices & systems

Neuromorphic devices & systems

Technologies for computing tomorrow’s artificial intelligence

Silicon photonics

Silicon photonics

A versatile photonic integration platform that leverages the infrastructure and fabrication processes known from standard CMOS technology

Spin dynamics in semiconductor quantum structures

Thermal nanotechnology

Exploring thermal effects in nanoscale devices

Spin dynamics in semiconductor quantum structures

Spin dynamics in semiconductor quantum structures

An alternative path to storing and processing information that may enable applications for low-power electronics and quantum computation

Nanomagnetism

Nanomagnetism

Ferromagnetism at the limit of today’s technology and beyond

Control on the nanoscale

Control on the nanoscale

Nanofabrication, nanoscale devices, nano-objects in fluids

Energy efficiency and green technology

Energy efficiency and green technology

Energy savings will become the driving factor to adopting digital processes

Contact

Walter Riess

Walter Riess

Department head, IBM Research scientist

Precision diagnostics

Precision diagnostics

Technologies for healthcare and life sciences

Contact

Walter Riess

Walter Riess

Department head, IBM Research scientist