Posts tagged with: Quantum Mechanics

Breakthrough Paves Way for Photonic Sensing at the Ultimate Quantum Limit

A Bristol-led team of physicists has found a way to operate mass manufacturable photonic sensors at the quantum limit. This breakthrough paves the way for practical applications such as monitoring...

JILA Scientists Studying How Noise in Quantum Channel Affects the Information Communicated

Physicists study many forms of communication, including quantum communication. Thanks to specific properties of quantum mechanics, like entanglement, information integrity can be better maintained with quantum communications, even being hackproof...

Korea’s Institute for Basic Science Discovers Method to Preserve Coherence Across Quantum Otto Engine Cycles

How monitoring quantum Otto engine affects its performance – Minimizing the measurement effects preserves coherence across engine cycles and improves the power output and reliability – Heat engines are devices...

$12.2M Taxpayer Dollars Funding QuICS to Continue Quantum Technology Studies

The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS)—a research powerhouse focused on quantum computation, quantum communication and quantum cryptography—recently received a renewal of federal funding from the National...

Bridging Quantum and Classical Networks With Prototype Quantum Chip

Researchers from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and national photonic device company AdvR designed and built a quantumchip prototype that the developers say is able to bridge traditional fiber optic...

Quantum Correlations at the Macro-Scale: Can We See Them?

One of the most fundamental features of quantum physics is Bell nonlocality: the fact that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be explained by any local (classical) theory. This has...