Posts tagged with: quantum optics

HPC’s Career Notes for November 2021, There’s Plenty of Quantum Computing Names

In this monthly feature, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the high-performance computing community. Whether it’s a promotion, new company hire, or even an...

SPIE & IBM Quantum Name Delaware State University Professor First Recipient of $100,000 Award

Renu Tripathi, a professor of physics and engineering at Delaware State University (DSU), has been named the inaugural recipient of the IBM-SPIE HBCU Faculty Accelerator Award in Quantum Optics and...

Giving Quantum-Information Networks a Boost via Light Cages

Atoms and light: the main image is an illustration of atoms entering the cage, which contains light. The insets are electron microscope images of the cage’s structure. (Image Credit: Flavie...

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...

Part Light and Part Matter, an Odd Quantum State for Quantum Devices

Researchers develop unique process for producing light-matter mixture Annular holes in a thin gold film filled with silicon dioxide enable ultrastrong coupling between light and atomic vibrations. This structure provides...

Quantum Sensing Technology Gets Smaller

Quantum Sensing Technology Gets Smaller Scientists make quantum technology smaller Excerpts and salient points ~ +  [A] team of researchers has used a new approach that will enable quantum sensors...