A new way to precisely control photons (via…

[ad_1] Photons are more challenging to control than electrons. But, anyway, it is essential to control photons to develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers. Scientists from worldwide consistently putting efforts to find out ways to…

What if we could teach photons to behave…

[ad_1] To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in…

New Technique to Generate Single Photons for Quantum…

[ad_1] A single photon, which is the elementary particle of light, has the ability to carry a quantum bit of information for hundreds of kilometers. Consequently ... [ad_2] This is a syndicated post. Read the original…

Producing single photons from a stream of single…

[ad_1] Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a novel technique for generating single photons, by moving single electrons in a specially designed light-emitting diode (LED). This technique, reported in the journal Nature Communications,…

Synthetic magnetism leads photons on a 2-D quantum…

[ad_1] The top three images show photons spreading out during a 2-D quantum random walk. The bottom three images show how the walk changes when researchers turned on a synthetic magnetic field, which suppressed how…

New Way to Split and Sum Photons With…

[ad_1] Let's play new games with protons.https://t.co/qRWvXYiS3Y — Alberto J. Roldan-Piraces (@j_piraces) December 3, 2019 Silicon nanocrystals are shaped by a silane gas in a plasma procedure. Credit: Lorenzo Mangolini/UC Riverside A group of analysts…

A New Way to Split With Sum Photons…

[ad_1] A team from the University of Texas at Austin researchers and the University of California, Riverside have found a way to produce energy transfer phenomenon between silicon and organic, carbon-based molecules in a long…

Device Puts Photons in the Fast Lane (via…

[ad_1] An artist’s rendering of the nanoscale opto-electro-mechanical switch recently demonstrated by a team of scientists from ETH Zurich, NIST and Chalmers University. (Image: S. Kelley/NIST) A lightning-fast electro-opto-mechanical switch developed by a team of…