Army, Air Force fund research to pursue quantum computing

New algorithm uses a hologram to control trapped…

[ad_1] Researchers have discovered the most precise way to control individual ions using holographic optical engineering technology. The new technology uses the first known holographic optical engineering device to control trapped ion qubits. This technology…

Mapping the electronic states in an exotic superconductor

Mapping the electronic states in an exotic superconductor…

[ad_1] IMAGE: (Left) Through neutron scattering experiments, scientists observed distinct patterns of magnetic correlations in superconducting ( "single-stripe magnetism ") and nonsuperconducting ( "double-stripe magnetism ") samples of a compound containing iron (Fe), tellurium (Te),…

A path to graphene topological qubits

A path to graphene topological qubits (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] IMAGE: Schematic illustration of the interplay of magnetism and superconductivity in a graphene grain boundary, a potential building block for carbon-based topological qubits view more Credit: Jose Lado / Aalto University In the quantum…

Sweden's quantum computer project shifts up a gear

Sweden’s quantum computer project shifts up a gear…

[ad_1] Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation is almost doubling the annual budget of the research initiative Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology, WACQT, based at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. This will allow the centre to…