Insulators turn up heat on quantum bits

Insulators turn up heat on quantum bits (via…

[ad_1] Physicists have long suspected that dielectric materials may significantly disrupt ion-trap quantum computers. Now, researchers led by Tracy Northup have developed a new method to quantify this source of error for the first time.…

John Martinis is awarded seventh Bell Prize

John Martinis is awarded seventh Bell Prize (via…

[ad_1] In October 2019, a group of scientists unveiled history in the form of 53 entangled quantum qubits, the first to solve – in mere minutes – a problem considered intractable for classical computers. This…

Quantum collaboration gives new gravity to mysteries of Universe

Quantum computing: cold chips can control qubits (via…

[ad_1] A cryogenic controller chip opens the door to solving the ‘wiring bottleneck’ and subsequently to realize a fully integrated, scalable quantum computer. A research from QuTech in the Netherlands, from Intel Corp and from…

Energy on Demand: Learning from Nature's Catalysts

Physicists develop a new algorithm solving a long…

[ad_1] The intrinsic scale limit of current quantum material hinders possible development of technology, thus the discovery of a new generation of quantum materials holds the key to technological revolutions, such as stable topological quantum…