Posts filed under: Research

Store Single Photons in a Vapor Cell and Pass Them on Later? Yes, U. Basel Scientists Show

U. Basel researchers have realized a single photon source which allowed them to test the quality and storage time of quantum memory....

Twin Photons From Unequal Sources?

A team of researchers led by Richard Warburton at the University of Basel, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Bochum, has now succeeded in creating identical photons originating...

Using Quantum Computing to Understand Quantum Systems

Part of the work of the TQN - Theory of Quantum Nanostructures, and many other groups worldwide, is to model quantum systems using conventional computers to crack down the equations....

Seismic Sensing Using Quantum Cryptography Network

Experiment demonstrates that quantum key distribution networks, which are part of highly secure cryptography schemes, can also detect and locate earthquakes....

New Error Mitigation Approach Helps Quantum Computers Quiet Their Act

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory developed a new approach to quantum error mitigation that could help make quantum computing’s theoretical potential a reality: noise estimation circuits....

Derived and Verified for the 1st Time: Information Preservation Relation in Quantum Measurement

Quantum superposition and measurement are not only the foundation of quantum physics, but also guarantee the safety of quantum computing and cryptography. The KIST research team derived and verified...