Posts tagged with: Superconductor

Quantifying Superconducting Circuit Behaviors Just Got Easier, Perfecting Long Coherence Qubits Comes With It

The next generation of computing and information processing lies in the intriguing world of quantum mechanics. Quantum computers are expected to be capable of solving large, extremely complex problems that are beyond the...

Quantum Materials Get Evermore Precise Patterning

A new method designs nanomaterials with less than 10-nanometer precision. It could pave the way for faster, more energy-efficient quantum electronics....

The Economist S&T: Physics Seeks the Future

Whatever the causes of these two results, they do show that there is something out there which established explanations cannot account for. Similarly unexplained anomalies were starting points for both...

“Magic-angle” Trilayer Graphene May be a Rare, Magnet-Proof Superconductor

MIT physicists have observed signs of a rare type of superconductivity in a material called magic-angle twisted trilayer graphene. In a study appearing in Nature, the researchers report that the...

QuantWare’s Transmon Qubits Just-in-Time or Just-in-Case?

Informative report from John Timmer covering QuantWare’s step into commercializing quantum processors. But are they too late? Too small? Or just right? Recommend reading from the source, below. Because Quantum...

High-Temperature Superconductors Get Lanthanhum and Yttrium Added to Their List

A team led by Skoltech professor Artem R. Oganov studied the structure and properties of ternary hydrides of lanthanum and yttrium and showed that alloying is an effective strategy for...