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Massive leap for photonic quantum computing


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Researchers at the University of Copenhagen and Ruhr University have recently made a significant advancement in the field of quantum physics by figuring out how to control two quantum light sources instead of just one.


Quantum light sources, also known as single photons, are essential building blocks in quantum communication and computing. The ability to control two quantum light sources opens up a new world of possibilities for researchers and opens the door to further advancements in these areas.


By controlling two quantum light sources, researchers can now create a more robust and secure communication system for quantum communication. Additionally, by controlling two photons, researchers can create entanglement, which is a quantum mechanical property that enables faster processing in quantum computers.


This discovery is a major step forward in the field of quantum physics, and it has the potential to revolutionize the way we use quantum technology. With the ability to control two quantum light sources, researchers can now create quantum communication networks and quantum computers with greater stability and efficiency.


This research is the result of a collaboration between the University of Copenhagen and Ruhr University, and it has been published in a leading scientific journal. It is a testament to the power of interdisciplinary collaboration and the potential for breakthroughs in science and technology.


In conclusion, the discovery of how to control two quantum light sources is a major breakthrough in the field of quantum physics. It has the potential to transform the way we use quantum technology and has opened up new avenues for research in the field of faster computing and communications.

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bmohan
bmohan
Feb 17, 2023

Very interesting concept. Lets see how the technology progresses in near future. At times I feel we miss some of the predictions of 2050

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