Posts Tagged ‘computing’

Revolutionary Quantum Computer is One Step Closer to Reality | Newsweek

March 10, 2018

The quantum Internet has arrived (and it hasn’t) | Nature

February 24, 2018

The quantum internet has arrived (and it hasn’t)

Computers That Can Run Backwards

December 29, 2017

Computers That Can Run Backwards Discusses the relationship between adiabatic, reversible & quantum #computing to energy expenditure per bit. Introduces Koomey’s law that “computations per unit of energy have been doubling about every 1.6 years.”

Koomey’s law, a relative of Moore’s law, says that over the first 70 years of electronic computing (as represented above by typical computers of the time), computations per unit of energy have been doubling about every 1.6 years. Had this not been happening, each doubling of components would have doubled the heat to be dissipated and would have shut down Moore’s law long ago. Koomey’s law is also good news for mobile computing, which relies heavily on battery power.”

Bina Wins $1M VA Million Veteran Program Contract

October 9, 2014

Bina Wins $1M VA Million Veteran Program Contract
October 09, 2014

PLOS Biology: Best Practices for Scientific Computing

February 10, 2014

Best Practices for Scientific #Computing. Well known but useful pts, eg vers. control, asserts, interface comments…

Genomics Researchers Imagine their Ideal Computer

December 9, 2013

Paul Basken
The Chronicle of Higher Education