ARL:UT's Research Centers

ARL:UT has two designated research centers.

The Center for Content Understanding and the Center for Quantum Research function under ARL:UT’s University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) charter to conduct research sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense.

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Centers

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Center for Content Understanding (CCU)

CCU, formed in 2012, conducts research on the application of technology to real-world problems in content understanding. The center also develops tests and evaluations that address data analysis and inference for complex, context-dependent tasks.

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Center for Quantum Research (CQR)

CQR, formed in 2015, explores the boundary between classical and quantum phenomena in physical systems with the goal of developing new technologies in the field of quantum information science. The center examines the conceptual and operational foundations of quantum theory, with the resulting insights leveraged to develop next-generation quantum technology.

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A digital computer represents and processes a single binary state; a quantum computer can represent and process all possible binary states at once. CQR is researching novel extensions of quantum computing that use analog electronics to emulate quantum parallelism.

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