Superconducting qubits form an attractive platform to build scalable quantum computers, yet the traditional fabrication methods yield qubit assemblies that are substantially larger than the semiconductor chips found in classical computers.
Irreversible Thermodynamic Equilibrium in 1D Crystal Lattices
By Skyla Baily
Using ‘Time Lenses’ to Adapt Photon Arrival Time
By Robert Lea
How Small Can We Make Qubits?
By Cvetelin Vasilev
Implications of Discovery of Fluorine in the Early Universe
How Can Fiber Optic Cables Help Transport Quantum Keys?
Advancing Clinical CT with Photon-Counting Detectors
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
Comprehensive Data on Dark Matter After Worldwide Coordinated Efforts Via the GNOME Network
Improved Versions of RPC Circuits Use Quantum Randomness for the First Time
Developing Topological Quantum Bits to Create Efficient Quantum Computers
Novel Technique Improves Quantum Key Distribution Protocols in Long-Distance, Real-World Networks
Quantum Dots Increase the Performance of Perovskite Solar Cells
Research Opens the Door to Quantum Simulations of False Vacuum Decay
Dr. Richard K. Barry
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Richard K. Barry, Research Astrophysicist at the Laboratory for Exoplanets and Stellar Astrophysics, NASA Astrophysics Science Division. Dr. Barry has been investigating the use of AI to find masses of free-floating planets.
Professor Gretchen Benedix
AZoQuantum talks to Professor Gretchen Benedix of Curtin University about the asteroid 4660 Nereus, next due to pass by the Earth on 11th December 2021.
Dr. Stefano Bagnulo
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Stefano Bagnulo about his research relating to the magnetism of white dwarfs.
Zurich Instrument’s new SHFQC is the first qubit controller with the capabilities to utilize up to 6 qubits simultaneously. The SHFQC is capable of seamlessly integrating into any pre-existing Zurich Instruments quantum computing products and allows for scaling of up to 100 qubits and more.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.