Weaving Quantum Processors out of Laser Light

Illustration Abstract futuristic wave-digital technology principle vector background A global group of researchers from Australia, Japan and the United States has actually produced the model, based upon a style... Read more »

Scientists Discover Fractal Patterns in a Quantum Material

The duplicating patterns in a snowflake are a traditional example of gorgeous, geometric fractals. Now MIT scientists have actually found fractal-like patterns in the magnetic setups of a quantum... Read more »

Researchers Find Superconducting Material That Could Someday Power Quantum Computers

A graph of a qubit, which can exist concurrently in between 2 states. A well-known example of a qubit is Schrodinger’s feline, a theoretical feline that can be both... Read more »

Quantum State of Single Electrons Controlled by ‘Surfing’ on Sound Waves

3D render of the semiconductor nanostructure Credit: Hermann Edlbauer Our company believe that utilizing spin might result in a quantum computer system which is even more robust, considering that... Read more »

Army Project Brings Quantum Internet Closer to Reality

Scientists at the University of Innsbruck, moneyed by the U.S. Army, attained a record for the transfer of quantum entanglement in between matter and light — a range of... Read more »

‘Quantum Annealer’ Shows Promise in Study

LLNL physicst Arjun Gambhir assisted establish an algorithm to resolve formulas on a quantum computer system. Picture by Julie Russell/LLNL (Download Image) A worldwide group of scientists, consisting of Lawrence... Read more »

Quantum Sensor Breakthrough Using Naturally Occurring Vibrations in Artificial Atoms

Atomistic structure of an artificial atom that might be utilized to produce light with vibrationally supressed changes for quantum-enhanced sensing units. Gerhard Klimeck, Insoo Woo, Muhammad Usman, David S.... Read more »

Scientists Use Atoms to Simulate Quantum Physics in Curved Spacetimes

A quantum simulation that shows the results of Unruh radiation. Thanks to Hu et al. Black holes captivate the general public and scientists alike since they are where all... Read more »

A Sound Idea: A Step Towards Quantum Computing Using Vibrations in Silicon

image by Wacomka/Shutterstock A group at the University of Tsukuba studied an unique procedure for developing meaningful lattice waves inside silicon crystals using ultrashort laser pulses. Using theoretical computations... Read more »

Quantum Information Gets a Boost from Thin-Film Breakthrough

An ingenious technique for managing single-photon emission for particular areas in 2D products might provide a brand-new course towards all-optical quantum computer systems and other quantum innovations. This image... Read more »