# A Look at Women Pushing the Limits of Quantum Frontiers: Yiwen Chu

It’s likely that you already know that women are less than 30% of the world’s scientists. In the quantum ecosystem, they take up an even smaller share. While it’s common knowledge that women are still underrepresented in most quantum physics labs, their numbers are slowly growing. In honor of National Women in STEM Day, we’d...

## Introduction to Digital Filters 01: First things FIRst

[Written in collaboration with Gal Winer]— To control qubits we need to manipulate electrical signals – this is the business of quantum control. We need to generate the right signal shape, setting both its nominal voltage value and the exact time at which it occurs. This is not always an easy task because… well, life…

## Machine Learning for Quantum Processing: How to Run Real-Time Neural Networks

Written in collaboration with and extending on research by Ilan Mitnikov Quantum computing and neural networks; to be completely honest, I can’t imagine a more hyped-up combination of techy buzzwords. These days it seems like almost everything has a “quantum” prefix, and it often makes my eyes roll. I imagine that people working on machine…

## Keep your finger on the pulse with QUA: a pulse-level quantum programming language

How I discovered QUA and the Quantum Orchestration Platform and why it completely changed the way I look at experimental workflow.

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