Tag Archives: Quantum

Scientists obtain quantum key distribution of 1,000 km

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication correct OK! from the University of Science and Technology of China Experimental setup. In Charlies station, two lasers ( 1 = 1548.51 and 2 = 1550.12 nm)… Read More »

Exploiting quantum physics: A new visualization technique provides insight into photosynthesis

Scientists have developed an illustrative method called coherence maps to elucidate quantum phenomena. They used these maps to gain insight into the quantum mechanics behind the photosynthesis process that plants and some bacteria use to convert sunlight into food. The technique, which portrays a quantum behavior of systems, allowed the team to study the molecular… Read More »

Critical Schrdinger Cat Code: Quantum Computing Breakthrough for Better Qubits

An illustration of Schrdinger’s cat code. In a significant breakthrough in quantum computing, physicists at EPFL have proposed a critical Schrdinger cat code for advanced error resilience, a coding scheme inspired by Schrdinger’s thought experiment. This new system, operating in a hybrid regime, not only provides advanced error suppression capabilities, but also exhibits remarkable resistance… Read More »

Researchers have ‘split’ phonons in the move towards a new kind of quantum computer

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication trusted source correct OK! Artist’s impression of a platform for linear quantum mechanical computing (LMQC). The central transparent element is a phonon beam splitter. The blue and… Read More »

The quantum nothing could have given birth to the Universe

We can pragmatically define physical reality as everything that exists in the cosmos, and in it there is no complete vacuum. On the contrary, it seems that the more we learn about nature, the more crowded the space becomes. We can contemplate the idea of ​​a metaphysical void, a complete void where there is nothing.… Read More »

A Quantum of Solace: Solving a mathematical puzzle in quarks and gluons in nuclear matter

From United States Department of Energy June 6, 2023 A cartoon of the quark-gluon plasma (small red, green, and blue circles) produced in a relativistic collision of heavy ions between two heavy nuclei (white circles). The collision produces a heavy quark (red Q) and a heavy quark-antiquark pair (green QO). Credit: Image courtesy of Bruno… Read More »

The quantum visualization technique provides information about photosynthesis

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication trusted source correct OK! Credit: The journal of physical chemistry letters (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpclett.3c00670 Systems that obey quantum mechanics are notoriously difficult to visualize, but researchers at… Read More »

The new superconducting diode could improve the performance of quantum computers and artificial intelligence

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication trusted source correct OK! A team led by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities has developed a more energy-efficient tunable superconducting diode, a promising component for future… Read More »

Startup Using Project ARM to Give European Quantum a Fighting Chance | Sieved

There’s a lot of ground between humanity and a working quantum computer, and experts fear Europe could be left behind as the US and China pour billions into the technology. But a startup from the small German city of Ulm believes it can help smaller players with less capital compete against the bigwigs at Google… Read More »

Quantum computers are better at guessing, new study shows

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication trusted source correct OK! Circuit for the BV algorithm, including dynamic decoupling (DD) pulses. The oracle shown encodes the unknown bit string b = 111,000 for the… Read More »