Covering the key areas where quantum technology are and will make an impact.
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Charles Steinhardt about his research that has characterized the nature of stars in distant galaxies and shown how they differ from our own.
AZoQuantum interviewed Dr. Samuli Autti from Lancaster University about his research that has explored quantum time crystals. In his latest paper, Dr. Autti sheds light on previously misunderstood phenomena.
AZoQuantum spoke with Dominik Šafránek, Ju-Yeon Gyhm, and Dario Rosa about their research that has provided a theorem that brings us one step closer to the development of functional quantum batteries.
AZoQuantum spoke with Dafei Jin from Argonne about his breakthrough research that has outlined a new method for creating qubits that could revolutionize quantum computing in the future.
AZoQuantum spoke with Dr. Sai Kiran Rajendran about new research on the use of cuprous oxide crystals of high purity able to demonstrate Rydberg excitons of quantum numbers as large as 30.
AZoM spoke to researchers Tobias Weber and Paul Steffens about their research that has focused on skyrmions and their potential to help solve issues of heat generation during information transfer.
AZoQuantum reached out to professor Daniel Persson to discuss quantum gravity and the use of theoretical physics to model our universe.
AZoQuantum talks to Nashanty Brunken from the University of Leiden about a new molecule, dimethyl ether, that has been discovered for the first time in a planet-forming disk.
This International Women's Day AZoQuantum spoke to Elizabeth Apala, Senior Research Assistant at NASA's Goddard Flight Centre, about her career in STEM as a Native American woman, her inspirations, and the future of physics for women.
AZoQuantum spoke to Matthew Walker, associate professor of astrophysics and cosmology at Carnegie Mellon University, about the James Webb Telescope and the dark matter research that hopes to draw on its findings.