Chicago Quantum Exchange researchers focus on theoretical and experimental approaches to answering many cosmological questions surrounding neutrinos, dark matter, and black holes. Theoretical work focuses on how properties of entanglement and quantum many-body systems can help us understand black holes, quantum gravity, and the connections between the Higgs boson and dark matter. Quantum systems are incredibly sensitive to changes in their environment, which makes them excellent detectors for the faintest of physical signals. For example, scientists are actively developing quantum detectors for observing dark matter, which has escaped detection by other methods for decades. Quantum computers also have the potential to analyze large particle physics datasets much faster, and to model high energy particle interactions more accurately and efficiently.