Triplons are cunning little things. They are really difficult to see experimentally. Even so, experiments are often performed on macroscopic materials, where data are presented as an average over the whole sample.
A new kind of quantum computer that simulates intricate physical systems by using fermionic atoms has been developed by researchers from Austria and the USA.
New research into how light-emitting defects form and behave could aid their implementation in a quantum internet and radiation sensing.
In nuclear physics, quantum computing cannot yet solve problems better than classical computing. However, quantum computing hardware continues to advance.
Sandia National Laboratories has produced its first lot of a new world-class ion trap, a central component for certain quantum computers.
The Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (Berkeley Lab) is wrapping up the first five years of operation and celebrating the fourth year of its user program.
Data is exclusively classified using ones or zeros in classical computer bits. Qubits, or quantum bits, on the other hand, could simultaneously hold values of one and zero. Qudits, lesser-known relatives of qubits, provide several benefits.
A theoretical approach to quantum computing hardware that could alter the game does away with much of the troublesome complexity present in existing quantum computers.
During the past decade, researchers have made enormous advances in producing quantum phenomena in mechanical systems.
The oil and gas industry has relied on traditional computers to tackle their mathematical challenges for decades.