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Scientists have created programmable two-qubit quantum

Scientists have created programmable two-qubit quantum

A team of scientists from the United States and the Kingdom of the Netherlands managed to combine a pair of one-electron spin qubits into a processor and implement elementary quantum algorithms using it. Quantum dots were the basis for qubits....

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Israeli scientists managed to overcome quantum measurements speed limit

Israeli scientists managed to overcome quantum measurements speed limit

Yesterday, physicists from Bar-Ilan University of Israel made a new scientific breakthrough. They were able to speed up the quantum communication by 5 times with overcoming the “speed limit” of quantum measurements. Е is reported that low quantum measurement speed...

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Special offer for higher education institutions!

Special offer for higher education institutions!

Quantum Technology Conference has a special offer for educational institutions. Students can buy a ticket for 2500 RUB by following the link above!* One more surprise! Grigory Goltsman, professor and head of Quantum Optics and Telecommunications Department of Moscow Institute...

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Russian scientists created a metamaterial based on 15 ‘mirror’ qubits

Russian scientists created a metamaterial based on 15 ‘mirror’ qubits

Superconducting ‘mirror’ qubits were used as a basis for a new metamaterial. To control its properties, an external magnetic field has to be used. There are two modes: in the first one, it is nontransparent for electromagnetic waves, and in...

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New quantum algorithm from Singaporean scientists will speed up computing processes

New quantum algorithm from Singaporean scientists will speed up computing processes

Specialists from the Center for Quantum Technologies hosted by the National University of Singapore have developed an algorithm that accelerates the performance of quantum computers. They found that quantum-based devices can identify interconnections for larger volumes of data types than...

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New creative AI can conduct quantum experiments

New creative AI can conduct quantum experiments

AI works creatively now: Austrian scientists from the University of Innsbruck (Leopold-Franzens-Universitat Innsbruck) have developed an AI, which is able to autonomously conduct experiments with quantum optics. This project showed that AI can be extensively used in science, in ways...

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Quantum Technology Conference: benefiting the community and business

Quantum Technology Conference: benefiting the community and business

Moscow, Thursday March 1, in a cozy atmosphere we will tell you what exactly these quantum technologies are for. The purpose of the conference is to help develop an opinion on the usefulness of quantum technologies. You won’t find it...

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Scientists built a model of evolution on IBM quantum computer

Scientists built a model of evolution on IBM quantum computer

Researchers from China and Spain made a model of evolution of two protozoans on a cloud-based quantum computer from IBM. The results are published on the arXiv.org portal. To study the evolution of life, scientists use a mathematical model and...

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A group of Russian and British physicists brought a universal quantum computer closer to reality

A group of Russian and British physicists brought a universal quantum computer closer to reality

A group of Russian and British engineers designed a superconducting quantum state detector capable of capturing magnetic fields at ultralow temperatures. This invention will accelerate the creation of a functioning quantum computer. The device consists of two aluminum superconducting circuits...

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Scientists presented a way of safe quantum communication between cities

Scientists presented a way of safe quantum communication between cities

Researchers from the UK invented a way of safe quantum communication between cities, reports Science Daily. The development belongs to British scientists from the University College London. Communication will be based on a network that is almost impossible to hack...

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Quantum sensors: Which ones are the most promising?

Quantum sensors: Which ones are the most promising?

Quantum sensors of the new generation are still at the development stage in leading laboratories of the world. Such sensors are likely to be in demand in many industries in the future: at least in oil and gas, transport and...

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Quantum radio from American scientists will provide submarines with video communication

Quantum radio from American scientists will provide submarines with video communication

Specialists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have shown what quantum technologies in the field of telecommunications are capable of, and suggested using the so-called quantum radio in areas where the usual mobile communication or GPS is...

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