- ComET 2023Zettaflops.org was mentioned at the Texas Symposium on Computing with Emerging Technologies… Read more: ComET 2023
- ICRC 2022Erik DeBenedictis and Elie Track presented at the IEEE International Conference on… Read more: ICRC 2022
- QRE 2022Erik DeBenedictis attended the Quantum Resource Estimation conference on June 18, 2022.… Read more: QRE 2022
- WOLTE 2022Erik DeBenedictis attended the conference June 6-9 2022 virtually. The presentation is… Read more: WOLTE 2022
- Adiabatic Analysis SoftwareThe zip files below comprise the AA (Adiabatic Analysis) ngspice software. The… Read more: Adiabatic Analysis Software
- ISRDS 2021In support of a my presentation “Adiabatic Circuits for Quantum Computer Control”… Read more: ISRDS 2021
- Q2LAL and WOLTE14 accepted manuscriptIn support of a my paper at WOLTE14, I am linking: Slide… Read more: Q2LAL and WOLTE14 accepted manuscript
- Quantum AccessErik P. DeBenedictisAccepted manuscript for publication in IEEE ComputerJuly 17, 2020; updated… Read more: Quantum Access
- Inversion for S2LALThis brief technical note is in response to the recently introduced S2LAL… Read more: Inversion for S2LAL
- Enhancements to Adiabatic Logic for Quantum Computer Control ElectronicsThis report improves upon what was originally the T-Gate shift register and… Read more: Enhancements to Adiabatic Logic for Quantum Computer Control Electronics
- An Unconventional Computing Approach for Quantum Computer Control and Quantum MemoryThis document proposes an “unconventional computing” technology for controlling quantum computers, including… Read more: An Unconventional Computing Approach for Quantum Computer Control and Quantum Memory
- Barrel Shifter Permutation Circuit, 2LAL and SCRLTo illustrate the concept of FET-only adiabatic permutation stages as described in… Read more: Barrel Shifter Permutation Circuit, 2LAL and SCRL
Has Moore’s Law ended?
- As long as Moore’s law helps sell products, it will be redefined as needed to assure that it continues.
Do Quantum computers work like Powerball?
Not quite. Data in a quantum computer is probabilistic like lottery tickets, but the quantum computer itself operates differently.
What is the name Zettaflops all about?
“Zettaflops” was the name of a series of supercomputing conferences. The name was chosen in anticipation of the first Petaflops supercomputers, but with an eye to the future. It was obvious at the time that Exaflops was going to be a mess, and we didn’t want to run a conference for a mess. In the end, quantum computers started to take over.
This website has a uncluttered pages that WordPress can resize for mobile devices, yet it is a front end of sorts to the Zettaflops archive and some code repositories. The archive can be accessed via a browser.