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Quantum computing in silicon hits 99 per cent accuracy

UNSW Sydney-led research paves the way for large silicon-based quantum processors for real-world manufacturing and application.

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An optical chip improved by light

Researchers from the Photonic Systems Laboratory, headed by Professor Camille Brès, have successfully applied a novel pr…

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Atom by atom: new silicon computer chip technique opens up quantum computing construction possibilities

Quantum computers could be constructed cheaply and reliably using a new technique perfected by

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Photon pairs are more sensitive to rotations than single photons

The researchers has shown how a simple and powerful technique called two-photon N00N states can be used to create spatia…

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ODD HIGHER HARMONIC GENERATION EXPLAINED BY ULTRAFAST KERR EFFECT IN THE THREE STATES OF MATTER

The City College of New York found a universal way to explain Higher Harmonic Generation by modulating the phase by nonl…

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Miniaturization of Diffusers for New Applications

Novel Optical Component Based on Metamaterials made from Silicon Nanoparticles – Publication in Advanced Materials

The challenge consists in miniaturizing conventional optical elements, such as lenses, mirrors, prisms, or diffusers, an…

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Invisible Material: Researchers Model Metasurfaces in Hybrid Anapole Modes for the First Time

Their new model is more efficient than its predecessors and opens new applications for metasurfaces in optics

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Voyant Photonics Raises $15.4M in Series A Funding to Deliver 3D Sensing with its Chip-Scale LiDARs

Voyant’s LiDAR system, containing thousands of optical components fabricated on a single semiconductor chip, enables its…

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A new super-cooled microwave source boosts the scale-up of quantum computers

A newly designed microwave source could replace existing bulky control systems that hinder the scalability of quantum computers.

Researchers in Finland have developed a circuit that produces the high-quality microwave signals required to control qua…

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Quantum marbles in a bowl of light

An international study shows which factors determine the speed limit for quantum computations

The information stored in conventional computers can be thought of as a long sequence of zeros and ones, the bits. In qu…

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Lightelligence Demo Harnesses Light to Tackle Some of the Hardest Computational Problems

Company showcases computational power of its fully integrated optical computing platform

Leveraging custom 3D packaging and seamless co-design efforts in its technology, Lightelligence remains the world's only…

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UCF Develops the World’s First Optical Oscilloscope

The innovation could be a game-changer for communication technologies, such as phones and internet connections.

The team developed the device and demonstrated its capability for real-time measurement of the electric fields of indivi…

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RIT, photonic company build quantum chip prototype to bridge quantum and traditional network bands

Phase II of new grant awarded realizes promise of entangled photons toward faster, more secure computing systems

The project team found a solution in a quantum-compatible material with silicon photonic chips through research partner…

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Shifting colors for on-chip photonics

On-chip frequency shifters in the gigahertz range could be used in next generation quantum computers and networks

The next generation of photonic technologies, such as photonic quantum networks and computers, will require even more co…

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IBM Unveils Breakthrough 127-Qubit Quantum Processor

Delivers 127 qubits on a single IBM quantum processor for the first time with breakthrough packaging technology

IBM recently debuted detailed roadmaps for quantum computing, including a path for scaling quantum hardware to enable

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Rochester researchers set ‘ultrabroadband’ record with entangled photons

The engineers have achieved unprecedented bandwidth and brightness on chip-sized nanophotonic devices.

Researchers at the University of Rochester have taken advantage of this phenomenon to generate an incredibly large bandw…

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Hamamatsu Photonics has established high-density integration technology for chip-scale light sources and succeeded in creating an iPMSEL array that emits laser beams in various freely switchable patterns

This iPMSEL array will expand the range of high-precision 3D shape measurement applications.

The iPMSEL array which Hamamatsu have currently developed is capable of emitting light beams in various patterns that ca…

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IonQ Opens Door to Dramatically More Powerful Quantum Computers, Debuts Industry First: Reconfigurable Multicore Quantum Architecture.

Starting with the demonstration of 4 chains of 16 ions each that can be dynamically configured into quantum computing co…

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Light-matter interactions propel quantum technologies forward

The hybrid pair-polaritons take on some of the properties of photons, meaning that they can be measured with optical met…

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ITMO Researchers Find a Way to Control Localized Light

ITMO scientists proposed a unique two-dimensional structure to concentrate the energy of electromagnetic surface waves a…

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