Posts tagged with: optical quantum computing

Researchers Achieve Magnet-Free Optical Isolation Making Way for Chip-Based Atomic Clocks, LiDAR, Optical Quantum Computing

A collaboration between École Polytechnique Féderalé de Lausanne and Purdue University has led to the development of an electrically driven, magnet-free optical isolator that enables light routing on a chip....

IBM, Skolkovo Researchers Enable Optical Switch, Operates at Room Temperature

Optical switching technology holds great promise for many applications but hot operating temperatures have been a key obstacle slowing progress. Now, a new optical switching device that can operate at...

Optical Processors Light the Path to Warp-Factor Computing

Data has been sent across wide-area networks as light pulses for decades, but optical (or photonic) computing has been slow to meet the challenges of moving data in the form...

No Clunky Magnets or Cryogenics Needed With This Potential Quantum Information Processing Technique

Scientists have generated circularly polarized light and controlled its direction without using clunky magnets or very low temperatures. The findings, by Nagoya University researchers and colleagues in Japan, and published...

Scalable Quantum Computing Research Given $2M U.S. National Science Foundation Grant

UC Riverside materials scientist has received a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the scalability of quantum computers by allowing them to operate at room temperature....

Washington U: Optical Quantum Computing Tech Advancements ‘Orders of Magnitude More Efficient’

Research from the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis has found a missing piece in the puzzle of optical quantum computing. Jung-Tsung Shen, associate professor in the...
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