Open Collective
Open Collective


Fiscal Host: TerraNexum

Low-cost, low-energy, room-temp quantum computing, made open and accessible. The ultimate in open hardware to solve the ultimate in difficult problems.


Our GitHub repository for this project: 

What We Did

There are three quantum properties that quantum computers can make use of: superposition, entanglement, and interference. We sought to find reasonable enough analogues for these in classical systems that could be assembled together to form a "wave computer" - named so because it may be the behavior and control of waves that may make it possible for a low energy, low cost, computational device to exist at room temperature.

Where We Would Like to Go Next

Whether a wave computer could be built to achieve the high qubit densities and problem-solving capabilities needed to reach quantum advantage remains a question. However, today we can fabricate circuits to create constantly changing phased arrays of focused waves much easier than fabricating the control electronics for qubits in quantum computers. Thus, this would be worthy undertaking for those with open hardware experience. 

We wish to conceptualize, engineer, integrate, and test a simple wave computer design.

Our team

Shrila Esturi

Core Contributor

Matt Parker

Core Contributor

Alexander Ose

Core Contributor


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