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The New Quantum Era

Sebastian Hassinger & Kevin Rowney

Your hosts, Sebastian Hassinger and Kevin Rowney, interview brilliant research scientists, software developers, engineers and others actively exploring the possibilities of our new quantum era. We will cover topics in quantum computing, networking and sensing, focusing on hardware, algorithms and general theory. The show aims for accessibility - neither of us are physicists! - and we'll try to provide context for the terminology and glimpses at the fascinating history of this new field as it evolves in real time.


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Latest Episodes

In this episode of The New Quantum Era, Kevin Rowney and Sebastian Hassinger are joined by Dr. Ieva Čepaitė to delve into the nuanced world of quantum physics and computation. Dr. Čepaitė discusses her journey into quantum computing and her work on c... more

17 days ago

In this interview, independent quantum information science researcher and consultant, Dr. Cassandra Grenade, shares their journey from triple majoring in physics, math, and computer science to their current consulting work with their firm, Dual Space... more

a month ago

Misty Wahl of the Unitary Fund joins us for this episode to talk about quantum error mitigation strategies like zero noise extrapolation (ZNE) and probabilistic error reduction using the Mitiq open source framework. Misty is a lead contributor the th... more

2 months ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 28 ratings
  • Striking the right balance of science and accessibility

    This is the best discussion of quantum computing I know of for non-physicists. Unlike so many other quantum podcasts that gloss the subject at the press release level, this one introduces current scientific research in an accessible way, by sharing the researchers personal stories and acknowledging the many academic paths that have informed quantum computing.

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    United States3 months ago
  • For the uneducated this rocks

    For someone who has no experience in the field of quantum computing or higher mathematical computation, these are great podcasts. For me personally, I have a deep interest in quantum computing and quantum physics. my background in commercial construction has no relevance to this topic in the educational aspect. I would encourage anybody to listen to all these podcasts as they are flat out amazing and I don’t understand everything I’m listening too however, the concepts are totally relatable and ... more

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    United States4 months ago
  • Absolutely wonderful podcast

    This is seriously the most underrated podcast I have yet to come across. The conversations are very informative and interesting. Highly recommend!

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    United States7 months ago
  • Knowledge building

    This pod does well to cover a broad series of subtopics with and occasional dip into the deep physics, and there are so many terms and concepts that I find myself digging for more afterwards. It’s a great concept and is inspiring me to do something similar… to bridge the traditional IT world to quantum academia, which is necessary for future success in the industry. Sometimes the academics diving into mathematics can be tough to follow.

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    United Kingdom7 months ago
  • Thank you

    Hello! I figured I would share that the episode with Grant Salton was the first podcast I’ve ever listened to and it was fantastic. I love prodding the fringe of what we know (and philosophically that which we think we know) on both quantum and universal levels as a balanced whole. I will definitely work my way through the preceding podcasts! Thank you for the available content. - Eric

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    United Statesa year ago

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