Quantum Computing research

Yuj Advies, René Tol, started quantum computer research early 2017. Main topic is the possible application of logical paradoxes.

The “IBM Q” first universal quantum computer for science and business is used for practical experiments. Below on this page is a listing of relevant sites and references.

The interest for logical paradoxes grew out of fascination for Gödel’s incompleteness theorems combined with consciousness research during a lifelong yoga and meditation practice.

René specialized in quantum mechanics during his physics studies. He graduated with highest marks on “quantum mechanics of electron-atom collisions” with prof. dr. Joop Los at the University of Amsterdam and the FOM-AMOLF institute.

17-qbit-ibm-qIBM Quantum Experience: https://quantumexperience.ng.bluemix.net/qx/community

Science about proceedings in the field:

New Scientist quantum computing dossier (dutch):

Leonard Susskind’s Stanford lectures. Highly recommended:

John Preskill Quantum Information lectures “the application of QC”:

Qutech, the Netherlands (TU Delft & TNO) publications:


Quantum Network development:

Bennett et all, 1993: Teleporting an Unknown Quantum State via Dual Classical and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Channels:

Interview Anton Zeilinger about quantum teleportation with link to article Dik Bouwmeester et all, 1997:

Caltech Lecture notes on quantum theory:

Quantum Information Wiki:

Microsoft Ignite 2017-Satya Nadella and Friends: Journey to Quantum Computing (with Leo Kouwenhoven)

European Community 1 Billion Euro Quantum Technology Flagship project (Nature article)

Dario Gil (IBM) about AI and Quantum Computing on IEEE 2017 conference
Highly recommended overview presentation!

About Gerard ’t Hooft and his ideas about quantum mechanics:

Science october 2018: Proof for Quantum advantage over classical computing

Intro Quantum Information René Tol (ppt presentation 14 sept 2017)