New efforts in quantum tunneling – both theory and experiment – show that superluminal motion may be possible, while still managing to avoid the paradox of superluminal signaling.
Here’s an interesting TEDx talk by Irati Alonso Calafell. Quantum computers are supposed to change our lives, but what makes them so powerful? A brief overview on quantum computation: its power, the current status and the magic behind. Irati Alonso… Read More »Quantum – the power of the little things | Irati Alonso Calafell | TEDxVienna
Quantum computing is often misunderstood and misrepresented. Yuichiro Minato clears up a few puzzling aspects surrounding the quantum world of computing. Sit back and enjoy our Q&A delving deep to help reframe your understanding of what is “quantum”.
In this video, learn your First Single Qubit Gate – Hadamard Gate. The video covers theory, mathematical aspects, and Visualization with Quantum Glasses.
A team of researchers led by an Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) faculty member performed the first-ever simulation of baryons—fundamental quantum particles—on a quantum computer. “This is an important step forward – it is the first simulation of baryons on… Read More »The first simulation of baryons on a quantum computer
The advent of the quantum compute promises to usher in a new age of computing. But the scale of this power could also be used to crack open just about every data security system we rely on. Can Quantum Key… Read More »Can Quantum Key Distribution Save the Internet?
The Advanced Quantum Testbed at Berkeley Lab presents Dr. Benjamin Brown and his presentation about quantum computing error correction on October 21, 2021