Quantum Sensing

Israel Launches Quantum Technologies Development Consortium

Israel Launches Quantum Technologies Development Consortium Quantum Leap Made by Israel’s Quantum Technology Leaders Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Israel’s government, defense industries, and academic institutions will collaborate in quantum technologies. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Rafael, Accubeat, Ben-Gurion University, the Technion, the Weizmann Institute, […]

Quantum Physics, Predictions, and Tunneling

Quantum Physics, Predictions, and Tunneling How Long Does Quantum Tunneling Take? Key points… +  The phenomenon known as “tunneling” is one of the best-known predictions of quantum physics, because it so dramatically confounds our classical intuition for how objects ought to behave. If you create […]

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Atomic-clocks, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Computing: All from Cooling and Trapping Atoms

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Atomic-clocks, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Computing: All from Cooling and Trapping Atoms.  A report presented by nature.com consolidates results from several studies focusing on “the cooling and trapping of single strontium and ytterbium atoms in two-dimensional arrays.”  The quantum computing nexus is that these […]

U.S. National Science Foundation Soliciting Proposals for Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes

U.S. National Science Foundation Soliciting Proposals for Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes.  The Quantum Leap initiative augments a wide range of NSF investments in quantum information science and engineering.  These efforts, combined with activities supported by other entities, including other government agencies and industry, indicate that […]

DARPA Announces Optimization with Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum Devices

DARPA Announces Optimization with Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum Devices.  “DARPA’s Optimization with Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum devices (ONISQ) program will pursue a hybrid concept that combines intermediate-sized quantum devices with classical systems to solve challenging optimization problems.” (Image Credit: DARPA) (DARPA) Universal quantum computers with millions of […]

First Conference for the Business of Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Sensors

First Conference for the Business of Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Sensors.  In a few short weeks, research corporation, Inside Quantum Technology, will host a premier quantum technology event in Boston, Massachusetts.  The conference will explore the current state of the industry, as well as […]

Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Research and Engineering, INQUIRE

Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Research and Engineering, INQUIRE.  With approximately $1.4 million in funding – $1M from the U.S. National Science Foundation, the University of Arizona is building the Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Research and Engineering instrument (INQUIRE).  “Inquire is the world’s first shared research and training instrument […]

Quantum Computing Memory Efficiency

Quantum Computing Memory.  Quantum memories are essential for quantum information processing.  Techniques have been developed for quantum memory based on atomic ensembles.  The nascent “Raman Process” shows promise.  Memory efficiency remains an “unsolved bottleneck.”  Recent work marks an important advance of quantum memory towards practical […]