Quantum computing can revolutionize the world, thereby allowing huge health and science computation issues to be resolved exponentially faster compared to classic computing.
The Gothenburg based company ConScience AB has delivered its first quantum technology components to a US based quantum computing company.
Quantum computers are a type of computing technology that leverage the principles...
A strange mix of properties has been displayed by the window glass. Similar to a liquid, its atoms have been disordered, but like a solid, its atoms are firm, so a force employed on one atom makes all of them move.
Optical resonators are used in everything from familiar laser pointers to cutting-edge photonic quantum computers. But they all suffer from losses that degrade their performance. Researchers at Aalto University have now developed a way to prevent those losses, boosting the resonators' performance.
At Linköping University, digital information exchange could be secure, low-cost, and highly eco-friendly using a new kind of random number generator for encryption that has been developed.
IQM Quantum Computers (IQM), the European leader in building quantum computers, today launched “IQM Spark,” comprising a superconducting quantum computer and tailored learning experiences for universities and research labs worldwide.
VTT is developing a cooling technology based on microelectronics and electric current, which can be utilised by low-temperature electronic and photonic components.
Scientists at the University of Sydney have, for the first time, used a quantum computer to engineer and directly observe a process critical in chemical reactions by slowing it down by a factor of 100 billion times.
Zurich Instruments supports quantum advantage and boosts the channel count of the first commercial quantum computing control system (QCCS) by a factor of three.
As the latest generations of superconducting quantum proc...
Harnessing the potential of quantum physics for advances in computing, communication and other technologies promises to be the next great engineering challenge.