Posts tagged with: Majorana

BNL Research Into Topological Superconductors Pulls Quantum Computing Closer

Mapping the Electronic States in an Exotic Superconductor Scientists characterized how these states depend on local chemical composition, narrowing the search for where to look compositionally to enable quantum computing...

What Makes One State More Quantum Than Another – Kings, Queens, Wehrls?

Quantifying Quantumness: A Mathematical Project ‘of Immense Beauty’ Large objects, such as baseballs, vehicles, and planets, behave in accordance with the classical laws of mechanics formulated by Sir Isaac Newton....

University of Copenhagen and Microsoft’s Quantum Lab Research Coddling Quantum Data

University of Copenhagen and Microsoft’s Quantum Lab Research Coddling Quantum Data The observation of photon-assisted tunneling signatures in Majorana wires Selected notes ~ +  Researchers at the University of Copenhagen...

Mass Producing “Stable and Able” Quantum Bits

Mass Producing “Stable and Able” Quantum Bits. University of Copenhagen researchers realize new platform for future quantum computer. Quantum physics.  University of Copenhagen physicists, as part of the University and...

With Majorana Particles Proven, Enter Majorana Quantum Bits

With Majorana Particles Proven, Enter Majorana Quantum Bits The importance to quantum computing is the stability of the Majorana particle. In 2012, the University of Delft experimented in proving the...