Posts tagged with: University of Regensburg

Emulating Impossible ‘Unipolar’ Laser Pulses Paves the Way for Processing Quantum Information

A laser pulse that sidesteps the inherent symmetry of light waves could manipulate quantum information, potentially bringing us closer to room temperature quantum computing. The study, led by researchers at the...

The Quantum Bus: Shuttling Electrons, Laying Foundation for Industrial Production of Quantum Processors

Quantum Shuttle to Quantum Processor Made in Germany Launched The quantum computer race is in full swing. Germany has long been one of the world leaders in basic research. An...

New Photon Mapping Tool Shows Promise for Quantum Computing and Other Quantum Applications

Mapping quantum structures with light to unlock their capabilities Quantum combs illuminated: Upon light excitation (red and yellow beams), electrons are discovered to form comb-like wave patterns. The narrow width...

Researchers Report on Josephson Junctions and Andreev Quantum Computing Efforts

Researchers Report on Josephson Junctions and Andreev Quantum Computing Efforts Non-Adiabatic Dynamics of Strongly Driven Diffusive Josephson Junctions Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Understanding how microwave absorption changes the...