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New combination of materials provides progress toward quantum computing

New combination of materials provides progress toward quantum computing

These atomically thin materials develop unique and useful electrical, mechanical, and optical properties when they are manipulated by pressure, light, or temperature. “There is something exciting going on,” said Sufei Shi, an assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Rensselaer, who…

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Live Science – California News Times

Live Science – California News Times

In a 1935 paper, Albert Einstein, Borispodriski, and Nathan Rosen investigated how strongly correlated quantum states interact with each other. Therefore, observing one of the particles automatically provides information about the other intertwined particles, regardless of the distance between the particles. However, experiments have repeatedly…

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Live science – Eminetra

Live science – Eminetra

In a 1935 paper, Albert Einstein, Borispodriski, and Nathan Rosen investigated how strongly correlated quantum states interact with each other. Therefore, observing one of the particles automatically provides information about the other intertwined particles, regardless of the distance between the particles. However, experiments have repeatedly confirmed that…

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What is quantum entanglement?

What is quantum entanglement?

As Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen discovered, entanglement appears instantaneous: Once you have knowledge of one quantum state, you automatically know the quantum state of any entangled particles. Finally, the sender must transmit, via normal channels (i.e., limited by the speed of light), the original change made to…

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Light emitters for quantum circuits

Light emitters for quantum circuits

But in order for photons to deliver qubits on-demand in quantum systems, they need to be emitted in a deterministic, rather than probabilistic, fashion. The achievement opens a path to hybrid integration, that is, incorporating atom-like single-photon emitters into photonic platforms that cannot emit light efficiently…

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