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    Quantum systems learn joint computing

    Researchers realize the first quantum-logic computer operation between two separate quantum modules in different laboratories.

  • Visualization of many-body quantum systems, with a bright background in green and purple Visualization of many-body quantum systems, with a bright background in green and purple

    Advances in visualizing large quantum states

    A study published in Physical Review A by Quantum Flagship projects PASQuanS and AQTION reports on a novel fast computational method that enables to visualize and thus to better understand large many-body quantum systems

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    Quantum Highlights of the year in Nature Communications

    Nature Communications has highlighted the research papers in quantum-related areas that have been published by the journal in the past year. This focused collection of articles allows the reader to see some of the amazing advances that quantum technologies have achieved in the past year.

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    Secure high-speed quantum random number generator

    A team of researchers has developed a quantum random number generator device which is secure even against attacks exploiting the full potential of future quantum technologies.

  • Artistic representation of qubit entanglement Artistic representation of qubit entanglement

    Error protected quantum bits entangled

    Physicists from the University of Innsbruck have entangled, for the first time, two quantum bits distributed over several quantum objects and successfully transmitted their quantum properties. This marks an important milestone in the development of fault-tolerant quantum computers.

  • Nanoparitcles are measured by optical techniques Nanoparitcles are measured by optical techniques

    Rare-earth doped nanoparticles for quantum memories

    A study in NanoLetters by SQUARE partners shows that nanoscale memories made of rare-earth-doped nanoparticles are capable of storing light efficiently, with more bandwidth and improved processing capabilities.

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