Latest Quantum information Stories
Any physical system - be it an electron, a molecule of water, a virus, a human being, a whole planet â€“ is characterized at each moment in time distinctively and specifically in a specific place by particular characteristics.
Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed the first "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit (qubit) and a quantum busâ€”promising technologies for storing and transporting information in future quantum computers.
A roundabout method of reading data can improve quantum memory.
Quantum physicists simulate Dirac equation, 1 of the cornerstones in physics.
Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have proposed a new paradigm that should allow scientists to observe quantum behavior in small mechanical systems.
Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated the first "universal" programmable quantum information processor able to run any program allowed by quantum mechanicsâ€”the rules governing the submicroscopic worldâ€”using two quantum bits (qubits) of information.
Exploiting quantum mechanics for transmitting information is a tantalizing possibility because it promises secure, high speed communications.
Scientists at UC Santa Barbara have devised a new type of superconducting circuit that behaves quantum mechanically â€“â€“ but has up to five levels of energy instead of the usual two.
Raising prospects for building a practical quantum computer, physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated sustained, reliable information processing operations on electrically charged atoms (ions).
In comparison to classical physics, quantum physics predicts that the properties of a quantum mechanical system depend on the measurement context, i.e. whether or not other system measurements are carried out.
Open Systems & Information Dynamics (OSID) is journal published by World Scientific. The aim of the Journal is to promote interdisciplinary research in mathematics, physics, engineering and life sciences centered around the issues of broadly understood information processing, storage and transmission, in both quantum and classical settings. Our special interest lies in the information-theoretic approach to phenomena dealing with dynamics and thermodynamics, control, communication,...
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