The field of attoscience has been kickstarted by new advances in laser technology. Research began with studies of three particular processes.
In the past few years, suitably engineered stacks of two-?dimensional materials have emerged as a powerful platform for studying quantum correlations between electronic states.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, experiments at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory early last year came to a halt.
In the past decades, the discovery of the topological quantum phase has revolutionized the understanding of the fundamental phases of quantum matter.
By implementing a new signal stabilization technique, researchers were able to achieve secure quantum communication over a record 605 kilometers of fiber using the twin-field quantum key distribution protocol.
Consumers need to be confident that transactions they make online are safe and secure. A main method to protect customer transactions and other information is through encryption, where vital information is encoded with a key using complex mathematical problems that are difficult even for computers to solve.
Toshiba Europe Ltd today announced it has developed the world's first chip-based quantum key distribution system.
Zhongwei Dai, a researcher in the Interface Science and Catalysis Group of the Center for Functional Nanomaterials, probes the properties of atomically thin materials to identify promising candidates for quantum information science applications
Light offers an irreplaceable way to interact with our universe. It can travel across galactic distances and collide with our atmosphere, creating a shower of particles that tell a story of past astronomical events.
Convolutional Neural Network has achieved great success in areas such as computer vision. In the meantime, the rapid evolution of quantum computing hardware gives the possibility to enhance classical machine learning with quantum computing.
They are regarded as one of the most interesting materials for future electronics: Topological insulators conduct electricity in a special way and hold the promise of novel circuits and faster mobile communications.
A research study important for the world of science has been carried out by researchers of South Ural State University together with their contemporaries from other research organizations.
CryoAdvance™ takes the next step in advanced materials and quantum device characterisation.
Researchers have long suspected a connection between information and the physical universe, with various paradoxes and thought experiments used to explore how or why information could be encoded in physical matter.
A team led by Argonne and UChicago have published an article in Nature Reviews Materials that lays out a blueprint for solid-state spin defects in materials for use in qubits.