Posts tagged with: Quantum Metrology

Quantum.Tech is Host to the Quantum Tech Congress coming to Boston

Quantum.Tech is Host to the Quantum Tech Congress coming to Boston The global business conference & exhibition for commercial applications of Quantum technology Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Separating...

Quantum Communication Theory, Informativeness, Noise and Measurement: New Insights

Quantum Communication Theory, Informativeness, Noise and Measurement: New Insights New insights into quantum measurements.  University of Bristol.  Researchers from the University of Bristol have shed new light on the process...

Micius Quantum Prize for 2018 Goes to Peter Shor

Micius Quantum Prize for 2018 Goes to Peter Shor. Peter Shor, the Morss Professor of Applied Mathematics at MIT, has received the2018 Micius Quantum Prize, which is awarded within the...

Detecting Electrons from a Long Distance: 100+ Nanometers

Detecting Electrons from a Long Distance: 100+ Nanometers.  A team of physicists at Leiden University in the Netherlands has detected a single electron, using a single molecule, with enough sensitivity...

Maintaining Quantum Information Through Error Reduction

Maintaining Quantum Information Through Error Reduction.  Brining ions back into line to maintain their quantum information has been accomplished by physicists at ETH Zurich.  Quantum computing computation and quantum metrology...

The Quantum Battlefield

How the U.S. military sees itself using quantum on the battlefield is quite varied.  Quantum cloud, quantum metrology, quantum-secure communication, quantum fiber networks, and quantum precision navigation & timing.  Is...