The latest ground-breaking research and projects from across the Quantum landscape are to be shared at the 2022 National Quantum Technologies Programme (NQTP) Showcase on 11 November at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London.
The Bureau of Meteorology's Australian Space Weather Forecasting Centre was formally opened by the Minister for Environment and Water in Adelaide today.
Researchers in quantum technology at Chalmers University of Technology have succeeded in developing a technique to control quantum states of light in a three-dimensional cavity.
The National Research Foundation of South Korea (NRF) has awarded two professors from the University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) $1 million to co-lead the creation of a South Korea-U.S. joint research center dedicated to quantum error correction.
Of late, entangled photons, as a prevalent quantum light source, have been extensively employed in quantum communication, quantum imaging, quantum computing, optical interferometry, and other domains.
Many state-of-the-art technologies work at incredibly low temperatures. Superconducting microprocessors and quantum computers promise to revolutionize computation, but scientists need to keep them just above absolute zero (-459.67 °Fahrenheit) to protect their delicate states. Still, ultra-cold components have to interface with room temperature systems, providing both a challenge and an opportunity for engineers.
An ultrathin invention could make future computing, sensing and encryption technologies remarkably smaller and more powerful by helping scientists control a strange but useful phenomenon of quantum mechanics, according to new research recently published in the journal Science.
A member of two national quantum research collaborations, Choy is creating technologies to boost the performance of quantum sensors.
In order to effectively use a quantum computer, a larger number of specially prepared - in technical terms: entangled - basic building blocks are needed to carry out computational operations.
A team of researchers at the University of Vienna, the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the University of Duisburg-Essen have found a new mechanism that fundamentally alters the interaction between optically levitated nanoparticles.