Towards a global quantum network: Photoelectron trapping in double quantum dots
Physicists show self-correcting quantum computers are theoretically possible
Quantum teleportation performed with light from a quantum dot embedded in an LED
Quantum communication without entanglement could perform faster than previously thought possible
143 is largest number yet to be factored by a quantum algorithm
Researchers engineer molecular magnets to act as long-lived qubits
Proposed modular quantum computer architecture offers scalability to large numbers of qubits
How do you build a universal quantum computer? Turns out, this question was addressed by theoretical physicists about 15 years ago. The answer was laid out in a research paper and has become known as the ...
Quantum researchers close in on dream vacancy
(Phys.org) —Defects in microscopic diamonds caused by the presence of silicon could provide researchers with a potent basis for developing new technologies, including nanoscale sensing devices.
Quantum computers could crack existing codes but create others much harder to break
The massive release of the US National Security Agency (NSA)'s classified documents by Edward Snowden continues to raise questions about security. ...
Researchers create on-chip interference between pairs of photon sources
How losing information can benefit quantum computing
Suggesting that quantum computers might benefit from losing some data, physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have entangled—linked the quantum properties of—two ions ...
New material for quantum computing discovered out of the blue
A common blue pigment used in the £5 note could have an important role to play in the development of a quantum computer, according to a paper published today in the journal Nature.
In quantum computing, light may lead the way
(Phys.org) —Light might be able to play a bigger, more versatile role in the future of quantum computing, according to new research by Yale University scientists.
Flawed diamonds: Gems for new technology
(Phys.org) —Using ultra-fast laser pulses, a team of researchers led by UA assistant professor Vanessa Huxter has made the first detailed observation of how energy travels through diamonds containing nitrogen-vacancy ...