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Ion qubits offer early glimpse of quantum error detection

Researchers at the Joint Quantum Institute tested a full procedure for encoding a qubit and detecting some of the errors…

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New approach uses light instead of robots to assemble electronic components

Cost-effective optical manipulation platform suitable for mass production of electronic and light-based devices

An international team of researchers has developed a new light-based manipulation method that could one day be used to m…

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Researchers develop flexible, stretchable photonic devices

Light-based devices could be used as biomedical sensors or as flexible connectors for electronics.

Researchers at MIT and several other institutions have developed a method for making photonic devices — similar to elect…

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A new concept for a unidirectional waveguide

A team of scientist at MPQ and Caltech proposes the realization of two-dimensional topological insulators by classical optical networks.

Different from previous schemes, the scientists propose a setup made of optical passive elements such as fibres, beam sp…

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Hybrid Circuit Combines Single-Photon Generator and Efficient Waveguides on One Chip

New architecture could prove essential for high-performance quantum photonic circuits

The circuit architecture devised by the team is among the first to combine two different types of optical devices, made…

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Quantum computing on the move

Decisive milestone for scaling up quantum computers

Researchers have now demonstrated the operation of a four-qubit register comprised of atomic ions trapped in microchip t…

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Delta Optical Thin Film Linear Variable Filter Used in new Laser Attenuator

A new Laser Attenuator has been developed, which utilizes an ultra-hard coated, Laser Optical Multilayer Attenuator (LOMA) filter from Delta Optical Thin Film.

It provides the user with safe, repeatable, and real-time control over the attenuation by combining the LOMA filter with…

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Black holes with ‘dreadlocks’ offer insight into quantum matter

Zaanen’s theory describes a black hole with a prominent braided texture, like dreadlocks. This is in contradiction with …

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Researchers Develop Data Bus for Quantum Computer

Quantum physicists in Innsbruck have developed a protocol to pass quantum information between differently encoded buildi…

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Modular Beam Shaping with Aspheres

With the launch of our a|TopShape and a|AiryShape, asphericon presents a compact and modular beam shaping system based on an aspheric solution.

The new components are capable of converting a collimated Gaussian beam profile into a collimated or focused top hat int…

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NEW WHITE PAPER MAPS THE VERY REAL RISKS THAT QUANTUM ATTACKS WILL POSE FOR BITCOIN

Combining expertise in quantum technologies and cryptography, researchers have been projecting future dates that quantum…

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Attoscience gets element specific

An ICFO study, in collaboration with researchers from Italy, Australia and Germany confirms the generation of isolated attosecond water-window SXR pulses.

In a recent study published in Physics Review X, ICFO researchers have confirmed the generation of the first isolated at…

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New engine optics to fuel future research

Sandia team develops optical diagnostic that helps improve fuel economy while reducing emissions

A new optical device at Sandia National Laboratories that helps researchers image pollutants in combusting fuel sprays m…

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Synthetic material acts like an insect cloaking device

As an antireflective coating, this material could have applications in sensors and cameras, where capturing unwanted lig…

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Optoelectronics without glass

A team of researchers has now succeeded in doing what was thought to be impossible and developed a light-processing comp…

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A strange new world of light

Metasurface generates new states of light for fundamental research and applications

The new metasurface connects two aspects of light, known as orbital angular momentum and circular polarization

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Lightwave controlled nanoscale electron acceleration sets the pace

Extremely short electron bunches are key to many new applications including ultrafast electron microscopy and table-top free-electron lasers.

A team of physicists has now shown how electrons can be accelerated in an extreme and well-controlled way with laser lig…

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Ions in the spotlight

Experiment by Freiburg physicists published in science journal

An extremely bright laser is used to trap the ion in its beam without compelling additional movement. A few years ago it…

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TINY DIAMONDS LIGHT THE WAY FOR NEW QUANTUM TECHNOLOGIES

Macquarie University researchers have made a single tiny diamond shine brightly at room temperature, a behaviour known a…

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Lens trick doubles odds for quantum interaction

Researchers in Singapore use a super-resolution imaging technique to strengthen photon interaction with atoms

It's not easy to bounce a single particle of light off a single atom that is less than a billionth of a metre wide. Howe…

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