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Promising Research into Nanofabricating Fake Atoms Shows Promise in Quantum-secure Communications, Computing

University of Oregon, Center for Optical, Molecular, and Quantum Science.  Ultra-secure online communications, completely indecipherable if intercepted, are a step closer with the help of a recently published discovery by University of Oregon physicist Ben Alemán. Alemán, a member of the UO’s Center for Optical, […]

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 […]

Rigetti Funded Research Yields High-fidelity, Coherence-limited Sweet Spot

Rigetti Funded Research Yields High-fidelity, Coherence-limited Sweet Spot.  Research funded by quantum computer leader Rigetti has demonstrated a high-fidelity, coherence-limited, parametrically-activated, two-qubit gate on a multi-qubit architecture having direct modulation of the tunable qubit. The device involved was designed to work in a general purpose multi-qubit […]

Quantum Computing Patent Landscape

Quantum Computing Patent Landscape.  In tandem with “Business and the Quantum World Applications” report, physicsworld carried a piece in December, 2018. “Mapping the commercial landscape for quantum technologies” (December 3, 2018).  The below graphic shows the distribution of over 9000 patents related to quantum computing.  Visually […]