Posts tagged with: germanium

Sanford Lab Angling for a U.S. DOE Designation, Further Quantum Technologies Research

As the Sanford Lab prepares a proposal to become formally recognized as a Department of Energy User Facility, scientists from all over the world met virtually to discuss a myriad...

Quantum Random Number Generator, Smallest Ever?

Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China and Zhejiang University developed a quantum random number generator (QRNG) that small and low power enough to be portable. It...

RIKEN’s Success Paves Way to Vision of Large-Scale Quantum Computer Within 10 Years

Quantum entanglement of three spin qubits demonstrated in silicon A three-qubit entangled state has been realized in a fully controllable array of spin qubits in silicon Figure 1: False-colored scanning...

Quantum Computing Takes a Step Forward With New Qubits With Holes

EU-funded researchers have created a promising new qubit system based on the interacting spins of holes confined in a nanosized silicon-germanium quantum device....

Reducing Magnetic Fields to Combine Qubits With Superconductors to Advance Quantum Computing Development

Quantum Computing with Holes Scientists found a new and promising qubit at a place where there is nothing. Hole spin qubits in layered material. The two holes are confined to...

In Summers It’s Geraniums, This Spring at QuTech It’s Germanium for Quantum Bit Arrays in Multi-Dimensions

Semiconductor qubits scale in two dimensions The heart of any computer, its central processing unit, is built using semiconductor technology, which is capable of putting billions of transistors onto a...
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