Humbolt University’s Nano-Optics group and PicoQuant celebrate the 10th anniversary of their jointly created Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG).
According to scientists from the University of Michigan, the University of Regensburg, and the University of Marburg, an innovative tool that uses light to plot the electronic structures of crystals could demonstrate the potential of emerging quantum materials and may lead to the development of next-generation quantum computers and energy technologies.
Physicists at the University of Konstanz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich), and the University of Regensburg have been successful in proving that ultrashort electron pulses undergo a quantum mechanical change in phase when they interact with light waves in nanophotonic materials.
Bristol researchers have developed a tiny device that paves the way for higher performance quantum computers and quantum communications, making them significantly faster than the current state-of-the-art.
Quantum theorists from Australia have demonstrated how to break a restraint that had been regarded, for six decades, to restrict the coherence of lasers.
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Hitting a specific point on a screen with a laser pointer during a presentation isn't easy - even the tiniest nervous shaking of the hand becomes one big scrawl at a distance.
In a world first, researchers from the University of Ottawa in collaboration with Israeli scientists have been able to create optical framed knots in the laboratory that could potentially be applied in modern technologies.
A team of physicists led by Professor Patrick Windpassinger at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz has successfully transported light stored in a quantum memory over a distance of 1.2 millimeters.
Secure telecommunications networks and rapid information processing make much of modern life possible.