Articles sponsored by established companies in the quantum technology industry.
This article discusses how to prepare the superconducting of qubits using bell state from Zurich instruments.
This article explains how to use parallel cross-correlation measurements to reduce noise.
This article explains Superconducting Qubit Characterization.
This article discusses how to use superconducting qubits in quantum computing.
This article discusses the first commercial quantum analyzer.
Forecasting the weather is a tricky business – its hard to be completely accurate with predictions although continuous improvements in how the heavens are monitored is making this job somewhat easier.
While the average person might only think of nuclear power or nuclear weapons when they think of nuclear physics, this field of research has a very wide range of useful applications, from treating cancer to identifying contraband in a load of cargo.
Quantum mechanics makes for great headlines: The latest developments at the Large Hadron Collider are always (appropriately) covered as major new events.
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.