Posts tagged with: rubidium

Store Single Photons in a Vapor Cell and Pass Them on Later? Yes, U. Basel Scientists Show

U. Basel researchers have realized a single photon source which allowed them to test the quality and storage time of quantum memory....

Printing Photonic Isolators, On Chip, Any Wavelength: Is it Possible and Could it Work for Quantum Computing?

New photonic chip for isolating light may be key to miniaturizing quantum devices Light offers an irreplaceable way to interact with our universe. It can travel across galactic distances and...

Improving Quantum Computing: It’s All About Communication

Surprising communication between atoms could improve quantum computing A group of University of Wisconsin­–Madison physicists has identified conditions under which relatively distant atoms communicate with each other in ways that...

Using a Suitcase, Researchers Store, Transport, Release Photons (Without Losing Them)

A milestone in quantum physics: Physicists at Mainz University successfully carry out the controlled transport of stored light Patrick Windpassinger and his team demonstrate how light stored in a cloud...

Quantum Tunneling and the Hogwart’s Express; Tunneling is Not Instantaneous

Quantum Tunneling and the Hogwart’s Express; Tunneling is Not Instantaneous Layperson’s explanation for quantum tunneling is well done in this Scientific American work. Recommend reading from the source. Because Quantum...

Toward a Practical Quantum Repeater

Toward a Practical Quantum Repeater Extending Quantum Entanglement Across Town In brief… +  A team of German researchers has stretched the distance quantum information can travel from stationary quantum memory...
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