What does infinity mean and can we count past it? This article explores the concepts and mathematical theories around the idea of infinity.
By Isabelle Robinson
20 Apr 2018
Previous instrumentation for quantum computing is no longer sustainable or suitable. Zurich Instruments has recently launched several new products with specific features and functions for quantum computing including the HDAWG Arbitrary Waveform Generator.
Physicists at Harvard and MIT universities created one of the world’s largest quantum simulators using a new laser technique.
Researchers have developed a new magnetically frustrated honeycomb iridate. It is much closer to the Kitaev spin liquid.
By Benedette Cuffari
6 Nov 2017
The ability to observe topological insulators and semimetals in an electronic system has generated great interest within the field of condensed matter physics.
By Liam Critchley
9 Aug 2017
One of the great unsolved mysteries in science is the odd behavior exhibited by quantum critical points at absolute zero.
By Kerry Taylor-Smith
2 Aug 2017
A team of international researchers have designed microwave fields with time-dependent frequencies to improve the exchange couplings between the NV centres and nuclear spins.
Researchers from the United States has now developed a new real-world application, through an integrated silicon nanophotonic platform that utilises scalable coherent quantum feedback control networks.
Quantum dots (QD) are semiconductor nanocrystals which exhibit quantum mechanical behavior.
By Alexander Chilton
10 Oct 2014
The Pound-Drever Hall (PDH) method is a proven method for frequency stabilization of lasers such as diode lasers, to a reference optical cavity like Fabry-Perot cavity, in a ‘laser lock.’