QCWG@Wake is a dedicated group of researchers that are engaged in the science, engineering, and development of new technologies for the quantum information sciences. The effort is coordinated by the Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials at Wake Forest University, where the University's Quantum Computing Core Processor - PAULI - is currently under construction.
The WFU-FAU (Erlangen) teams continue their collaboration using new magnetically doped dichalcogenides in 2D Qubit architectures.
Project PAULI - named for the famous physicist - is an attempt to realize an electrically-read, monolithically integrated quantum processor that can be operated at room temperature. This "moon-shot" mission is being carried out at Wake Forest University's Nanotechnology Center in collaboration with partners in Germany, China, and several U.S. institutions.