Posts tagged with: Spin

NIST’s Quantum Sensing Research Could Be a New Dark Matter Sensor

Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have linked together, or “entangled,” the mechanical motion and electronic properties of a tiny blue crystal, giving it a quantum...

Need Ultrafast Information Processing? Try Topological Materials for Ultrafast Spintronics

The laws of quantum physics rule the microcosm. They determine, for example, how easily electrons move through a crystal and thus whether the material is a metal, a semiconductor or...

Quantum Computing Takes a Step Forward With New Qubits With Holes

EU-funded researchers have created a promising new qubit system based on the interacting spins of holes confined in a nanosized silicon-germanium quantum device....

Quantum Memory at Room-Temperature Extends Qubit Life

Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have demonstrated a method for storing qubits at room temperature for a duration that is hundreds of times longer than has been achieved with...

Princeton Team Discovers Unexpected Quantum Behavior in Kagome Lattice

An international team led by researchers at Princeton University has uncovered a new pattern of ordering of electric charge in a novel superconducting material. The researchers discovered the new type of...

Reducing Magnetic Fields to Combine Qubits With Superconductors to Advance Quantum Computing Development

Quantum Computing with Holes Scientists found a new and promising qubit at a place where there is nothing. Hole spin qubits in layered material. The two holes are confined to...