Posts tagged with: Quantum Devices

Research Breakthrough in Entanglement Could Lead to High-Dimensional Encoding of Quantum Information, Future Quantum Devices

Quantum entanglement—or what Albert Einstein once referred to as “spooky action at a distance”— occurs when two quantum particles are connected to each other, even when millions of miles apart....

Printing Photonic Isolators, On Chip, Any Wavelength: Is it Possible and Could it Work for Quantum Computing?

New photonic chip for isolating light may be key to miniaturizing quantum devices Light offers an irreplaceable way to interact with our universe. It can travel across galactic distances and...

Danish Firm Commercializes Qubit Tuner, 100x Faster Tuning for Your Qubits

Danish company QDevil has introduced a new ultra-stable voltage source, the QDAC-II, enabling a 100 times faster tuning than previously possible and making several conventional instruments unnecessary. ...

University of Colorado’s New Q-SEnSE Center Producing Cutting Edge Photon Counting Quantum Devices

Researchers at CU Boulder have designed one of the most precise stopwatches yet—not for timing Olympic sprinters and swimmers but for counting single photons, or the tiny packets of energy...

Making Quantum Devices With Higher-Dimensional Topological States

Linked Weyl surfaces, a novel type of topological phase that exists in five-dimensional space, were experimentally observed for the first time by a team led by Professor Shuang ZHANG from...

Quantum Computing Technologies Highlight CMC Microsystems’ Plan to Accelerate High Tech Manufacturing in Canada

CMC Microsystems (CMC) has brought together 14 project founders from industry, academia and non-profit technology research organizations to support a five year, $700 M program to accelerate high tech manufacturing...