Logical Qubits


The LogiQ Program seeks to overcome the limitations of current multi-qubit systems by building a logical qubit from a number of imperfect physical qubits. LogiQ envisions that program success will require a multi-disciplinary approach that increases the fidelity of quantum gates, state preparation, and qubit readout; improves classical control; implements active quantum feedback; has the ability to reset and reuse qubits; and performs further system improvements.

Related Publications

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Contact Information

Program Manager

Dr. Michael DiRosa

Contracting Office Address

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity

Washington, DC 20511

Research Area(s)

Advanced/alternative computing platforms, Quantum information sciences, Qubit systems

Related Program(s)

Broad Agency Announcement (BAA)

Link(s) to BAA


Solicitation Status


Proposers' Day Date

May 19, 2015

BAA Release Date

July 2, 2015

BAA Question Period

July 2, 2015 — August 18, 2015

Proposal Due Date

Tuesday, 01 September 2015

Prime Performers

  • Delft University of Technology
  • Duke University
  • IBM - T.J. Watson Research Center
  • University of Innsbruck