Posts tagged with: quantum technologies

Twin Photons From Unequal Sources?

A team of researchers led by Richard Warburton at the University of Basel, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Bochum, has now succeeded in creating identical photons originating...

New Quantum Microscope Device Enhances Image Reconstruction, Details of Sample

New quantum microscope enhances sensitivity avoiding photo damage A team of researchers from ICFO, Politecnico di Milano, Micro Photon Devices, Fraunhofer IOF, partners of the Q-MIC project, report on the...

U.S. GAO Provides Reports on the Status of Quantum Computing Technology, Workforce, Supply Chain Issues

This is an interesting series of reports from the U.S. GAO. Quantum workforce, quantum technologies, and all other quantum topics are discussed. Hyperlinked in the report are other reports discussing...

Berlin Invests in Becoming a Hotspot for the R&D of Quantum Technologies

Berlin recently launched "Berlin Quantum Alliance" (BQA) to strengthen the research and development of quantum technologies in Germany's capital. The initiative pools the expertise of universities and research institutes and...

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...

Archer Materials Validates & Demonstrates Qubit Coherence at Room Temperature, in Non-Vacuum Environment

For the first time, Archer Materials validated that the qubits’ quantum coherence properties‡ are preserved under an inert atmosphere. Quantum coherence is the fundamental requirement for quantum logic operations that...