Posts tagged with: rubidium

Measuring Sensitive Quantum Systems With Low Noise

Measuring Sensitive Quantum Systems With Low Noise Single-atom probe uses quantum information for the first time In brief… +  Sensors collect certain parameters such as temperature and air pressure in...

U.S. Led Research Building Long-distance Quantum Network Foundation

U.S. Led Research Building Long-distance Quantum Network Foundation Researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory have made strides in putting together a “true quantum internet.” The below excerpts are from a detailed...

The Purcell Effect: Key to Quantum Repeater

The Purcell Effect: Key to Quantum Repeater.  Placing an atom of rubidium between two mirrors could be the key to a reliable quantum repeater.  The reliable quantum repeater is a...

Laser Tweezers Positioning Atoms

Laser Tweezers Positioning Atoms.  Designing quantum computers with laser ‘tweezers’ to position atoms; creating the Eifel Tower, Mobius strip, and, mmmmmm, a doughnut, too. This report is found here ScienceNews…...
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