Posts tagged with: entanglement

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....

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...

The Quantum Cybersecurity Preparedness Act

Proposed legislation helps future proof current sensitive information databases....

Event Horizons Are Tunable Factories of Quantum Entanglement

LSU physicists have leveraged quantum information theory techniques to reveal a mechanism for amplifying, or “stimulating,” the production of entanglement in the Hawking effect in a controlled manner. Furthermore, these...

Quantum Superposition and Entanglement (Part 3 of 8)

Third part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ presents the concepts of superposition and entanglement and how these translate...