Posts tagged with: Princeton University

Research Suggests Viable Use of Silicon Technology as Alternative to Superconducting or Trapped Ion Quantum Computers

Research conducted by Princeton University physicists is paving the way for the use of silicon-based technologies in quantum computing, especially as quantum bits – the basic units of quantum computers....

Quantum Information Disappears at the Atomic Scale, Brookhaven and Princeton U Scientists Look to Find Sources of Loss

Engineers and materials scientists studying superconducting quantum information bits (qubits)—a leading quantum computing material platform based on the frictionless flow of paired electrons—have collected clues hinting at the microscopic sources of qubit information...

Princeton Team Discovers Unexpected Quantum Behavior in Kagome Lattice

An international team led by researchers at Princeton University has uncovered a new pattern of ordering of electric charge in a novel superconducting material. The researchers discovered the new type of...

Princeton Physicists Toying With Possible New Quantum Particle, Uses to Encode Information

A team led by Princeton physicists discovered a surprising quantum phenomenon in an atomically thin insulator made of tungsten ditelluride. The results suggest the formation of completely new types of...

Mission: Bring Qubits to Heel Via Erbium

A new spin on atoms gives scientists a closer look at quantum weirdness Artist’s rendering by Rachel Davidowitz When atoms get extremely close, they develop intriguing interactions that could be...

Research Attempts to Limit Measurements by Implementing Simultaneous Multi-Measurements

Research Attempts to Limit Measurements by Implementing Simultaneous Multi-Measurements Research by PhD Student Pranav Gokhale and EPiQC Wins IBM Q Best Paper Excerpts and salient points ~ +  A significant...
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