Topological Insulators

... atom or photon systems. But it has never been accomplished between an atomic system and a solid-state system such as a quantum dot in a semiconductor microcavity. Now two researchers have devised an experiment in which the quantum state of a single trapped atom will be entangled with that of a quant ...

... atom or photon systems. But it has never been accomplished between an atomic system and a solid-state system such as a quantum dot in a semiconductor microcavity. Now two researchers have devised an experiment in which the quantum state of a single trapped atom will be entangled with that of a quant ...

“Entanglement Age”

... entanglement, a change made on one part of a coupled system instantly determines a simmetric change in the state of the other side of the other system. This simultaneity of information appears inconsistent with the conceptions of "mechanics" of physics, all based on localized single systems and also ...

... entanglement, a change made on one part of a coupled system instantly determines a simmetric change in the state of the other side of the other system. This simultaneity of information appears inconsistent with the conceptions of "mechanics" of physics, all based on localized single systems and also ...

Ian Walmsley

... • H is a Hadamard transformation and X a bit-flip operation • ga is a controlled-NOT transformation acting on all bits simultaneously. • The top n qubits are measured at the end of the circuit. Since nowhere are the qubits entangled, they can be replaced by the modes of an optical field. ...

... • H is a Hadamard transformation and X a bit-flip operation • ga is a controlled-NOT transformation acting on all bits simultaneously. • The top n qubits are measured at the end of the circuit. Since nowhere are the qubits entangled, they can be replaced by the modes of an optical field. ...

Description of NOVA`s The Fabric of the Cosmos “Quantum Leap

... right now?” You ask, “If I look for the electron in this particular part of space, what is the likelihood I will find it there?” The equations of quantum mechanics are amazingly accurate, as long as you can accept it’s all about probability. - Physicists have no trouble accepting quantum mechanics, ...

... right now?” You ask, “If I look for the electron in this particular part of space, what is the likelihood I will find it there?” The equations of quantum mechanics are amazingly accurate, as long as you can accept it’s all about probability. - Physicists have no trouble accepting quantum mechanics, ...

pptx

... Blackbody radiation paradox: How much power does a hot object emit at wavelength ¸? Classical theory (1900): const / ¸4 Quantum theory (1900 – 1924): ...

... Blackbody radiation paradox: How much power does a hot object emit at wavelength ¸? Classical theory (1900): const / ¸4 Quantum theory (1900 – 1924): ...

Probing contextuality with superconducting quantum circuits Talk 27. Oct. 2015 ABSTRACT:

... Contextuality is one of the most fundamental property which distinguishes quantum mechanics from classical theory. It has also been suggested to be the 'magical' resource responsible for an exponential speedup of a quantum computer. We will provide the first experimental evidence of this resource fo ...

... Contextuality is one of the most fundamental property which distinguishes quantum mechanics from classical theory. It has also been suggested to be the 'magical' resource responsible for an exponential speedup of a quantum computer. We will provide the first experimental evidence of this resource fo ...