Posts tagged with: phonons

Nanodots & Superlattices may be Immune From Environmental Energy Dissipation

In a study that could benefit quantum computing, researchers show a superlattice embedded with nanodots may be immune from dissipating energy to the environment....

Multi-University Research Elevates Phononics to Usefulness in Quantum Technologies

Spin-sonics: Acoustic wave gets the electrons spinning Representation of the spin of a nanoscale acoustic wave. (Image Credit: Maximilian Sonner, Institute of Physics at the University of Augsburg) Team of...

Researchers Develop New Phonon Laser Design: A Graphene Drum

Schematic representation of an experimental setup for receiving and recording phonon radiation.  (Image Credit: Konstantin Arutyunov et al.) Professor Konstantin Arutyunov of the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and...

Controlling Quantum Emitters Remotely

Remote con­trol for quan­tum emitters Quantum technologies are enabled by precise control of the state and interactions of individual quantum objects. Innsbruck physicists have now proposed a way to remotely...

Part Light and Part Matter, an Odd Quantum State for Quantum Devices

Researchers develop unique process for producing light-matter mixture Annular holes in a thin gold film filled with silicon dioxide enable ultrastrong coupling between light and atomic vibrations. This structure provides...

A First: Room Temperature Superconductivity Has Been Achieved

Room-temperature superconductivity has been achieved for the first time Read More… +  In a paper published today in Nature, researchers report achieving room-temperature superconductivity in a compound containing hydrogen, sulfur,...
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