Posts tagged with: Quantum Metrology

Rice University’s RAMBO, Spintronics Research May Advance Quantum Memory

Odd angles make for strong spin-spin coupling Rice physicists’ RAMBO reveals magnetic phenomenon useful for quantum simulation and sensing Sometimes things are a little out of whack, and it turns out...

iXblue Expands Portfolio with Photonics, Quantum Metrology and Sensing Acquisitions

iXblue acquires Kylia and Muquans to create a new European leader in photonics and quantum technologies iXblue announces the acquisition of Kylia (optical components and instruments) and Muquans (integrated quantum instruments). Kylia, founded in...

India Sees Promising Quantum Workforce Opportunities in the Offing

Why this is a good time to be in Quantum Technology field Read More… +  With the Government of India announcing the ‘National Mission on Quantum Technologies and Applications (NM-QTA)’...

UST of China Claims Significant Step Towards On-Chip Quantum Information Processing

Researchers realize high-efficiency frequency conversion on integrated photonic chip Read More… +  A team led by Prof. GUO Guangcan and Prof. ZOU Changling from the University of Science and Technology...

Small Businesses to Claim Piece of $45M From NASA for Quantum Technology Development

NASA Provides $45M Boost to US Small Businesses Small businesses are vital to NASA’s mission, helping expand humanity’s presence in space and improve life on Earth. NASA has selected 365...

Is the Optical Fiber Your IT Department Uses the Key to Super-Superconducting Quantum Computers?

Optical Fiber Could Boost Power of Superconducting Quantum Computers NIST physicists measured and controlled a superconducting quantum bit (qubit) using light-conducting fiber (indicated by white arrow) instead of metal electrical...