Posts tagged with: Quantum Hall Effect

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...

Quantum Hall Edge States Defying the ‘Normal’ Disturbances, U.S NIST Investigates

NIST team probes indestructible quantum states that may aid quantum computing They may not be impervious to bullets like Superman, but groups of electrons that gather along the edges of...

Splitting Beams With a Graphene-Base May Soon Provide Electron Interferometry use in Quantum Computing

Graphene beam splitter gives electron quantum optics a boost Read More... +  A graphene-based “beam splitter” for electronic currents has been built by researchers in France, South Korea, and Japan....

Building Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers With 3D Topological Materials to Assist

Building Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computers With 3D Topological Materials to Assist Quantum Hall effect ‘reincarnated’ in 3D topological materials 2D order protects several entangled states that could be used in quantum...

Achieving 3D in a Quantum Hall System

Achieving 3D in a Quantum Hall System SUTD team helps make leap in quantum mechanics Excerpts and salient points ~ +  The quantum world is already playing a huge role...

Exotic, Fundamental, Fractionalized; Promising use in Quantum Computing

Exotic, Fundamental, Fractionalized; Promising use in Quantum Computing.  Rice University.  Rice university physicists Matthew Foster and Seth Davis want to view a vexing quantum puzzle from an entirely new perspective. ...
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