Polini M, Giazotto F, Chung Fong K, Pop IM, Schuck C, Boccali T, Signorelli G, D’Elia M, Hadfield RH, Giovannetti V, Rossini D, Tredicucci A, Efetov DK, Koppens FHL, Jarillo-Herrero P, Grassellino A, Pisignano D.
Submitted to arXiv on 23 Jan 2022.
Technologies operating on the basis of quantum mechanical laws and resources such as phase coherence and entanglement are expected to revolutionize our future. Quantum technologies are often divided into four main pillars: computing, simulation, communication, and sensing & metrology. Moreover, a great deal of interest is currently also nucleating around energy-related quantum technologies. In this Perspective, we focus on advanced superconducting materials, van der Waals materials, and moiré quantum matter, summarizing recent exciting developments and highlighting a wealth of potential applications, ranging from high-energy experimental and theoretical physics to quantum materials science and energy storage.