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NERSC Researchers Identify Aluminum Nitride as Possible Candidate to Produce Quantum Bits

NERSC Researchers Identify Aluminum Nitride as Possible Candidate to Produce Quantum Bits

Quantum computers have the potential to break common cryptography techniques, search huge datasets and simulate quantum systems in a fraction of the time it would take today’s computers. But before this can happen, engineers need to be able to harness the properties of quantum bits or qubits. [More]
New Device Makes Entangled Qubits Appealing for Multi-Channel Quantum Communication

New Device Makes Entangled Qubits Appealing for Multi-Channel Quantum Communication

Quantum mechanics, with its counterintuitive rules for describing the behavior of tiny particles like photons and atoms, holds great promise for profound advances in the security and speed of how we communicate and compute. [More]
Scientists Use Rare Earth Atoms for Optical and Solid State-Based Quantum Information Processing

Scientists Use Rare Earth Atoms for Optical and Solid State-Based Quantum Information Processing

Tiny units of matter and chemistry that they are, atoms constitute the entire universe. Some rare atoms can store quantum information, an important phenomenon for scientists in their ongoing quest for a quantum Internet. [More]
Microsoft's Quantum Computing Program Scientists Visit Australia to Speak at Launch of AINST

Microsoft's Quantum Computing Program Scientists Visit Australia to Speak at Launch of AINST

The Quantum Nanoscience Laboratory at the University of Sydney, headed by Professor David Reilly, is among a small collection of labs worldwide that are collaborating with Microsoft on quantum computing by doing revolutionary engineering and physics. [More]
Researchers Demonstrate Perfect State Transfer of Entangled Qubit on Integrated Photonic Device

Researchers Demonstrate Perfect State Transfer of Entangled Qubit on Integrated Photonic Device

RMIT University researchers have trialled a quantum processor capable of routing quantum information from different locations in a critical breakthrough for quantum computing. [More]
New Way to Sense and Control External Noise in Quantum Computing

New Way to Sense and Control External Noise in Quantum Computing

Dartmouth College and Griffith University researchers have devised a new way to "sense" and control external noise in quantum computing. [More]
New Optica Paper Provides Details of First Quantum Photonic Interconnect

New Optica Paper Provides Details of First Quantum Photonic Interconnect

Physicists at the Centre for Quantum Photonics, University of Bristol have had an article entitled 'Chip-to-chip quantum photonic interconnect by path-polarization interconversion' published in Optica. [More]
Danish Research Team Finds Human Skills Superior to Supercomputers in Solving Quantum-Problems

Danish Research Team Finds Human Skills Superior to Supercomputers in Solving Quantum-Problems

Today, people of all backgrounds can contribute to solving serious scientific problems by playing computer games. A Danish research group has extended the limits of quantum physics calculations and simultaneously blurred the boundaries between man and machine further. We are still superior – in some ways. Written by Rasmus Rørbæk [More]
ITMO Scientists Devise New Way to Effectively Generate and Distribute Quantum Bits

ITMO Scientists Devise New Way to Effectively Generate and Distribute Quantum Bits

A group of scientists from ITMO University in Saint Petersburg, Russia has developed a novel approach to the construction of quantum communication systems for secure data exchange. [More]
Researchers Unravel Novel Behavior in Materials that Shows Promise for Quantum Computing Using Neutrons

Researchers Unravel Novel Behavior in Materials that Shows Promise for Quantum Computing Using Neutrons

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory used neutrons to uncover novel behavior in materials that holds promise for quantum computing. The findings, published in Nature Materials, provide evidence for long-sought phenomena in a two-dimensional magnet. [More]