Posts tagged with: Princeton University

Quantum Spin Silicon Qubits Entangled at “Great” Distance

Quantum Spin Silicon Qubits Entangled at “Great” Distance In leap for quantum computing, silicon quantum bits establish a long-distance relationship Excerpts and salient points ~ +  A team based at...

Princeton University Announces Princeton Quantum Initiative

Princeton University Announces Princeton Quantum Initiative Princeton announces initiative to propel innovations in quantum science and technology In brief… +  The new initiative builds on Princeton’s world-renowned expertise in quantum...

Quantum Computing, Hacking, Encryption, Policy Implications

Quantum Computing, Hacking, Encryption, Policy Implications. Implications of Quantum Computing for Encryption Policy.  Quantum computing is still in its infancy, but its future development could reshape many aspects of computing,...

Superconductivity from Kagome Lattice; ‘Flat Band’ Electrons

Superconductivity from Kagome Lattice; ‘Flat Band’ Electrons.  Princeton University scientists, using the latest in scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy (STM/S) to study electron behaviors in kagome latticed crystal, showed that...

What Is The Quantum Computing Equivalent of a Wire?

What Is The Quantum Computing Equivalent of a Wire? Light. Researchers across several institutes have managed to harness electromagnetic wave properties of light, encoding the spin state with the light’s...
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