Qubits are the fundamental units of quantum information in quantum computing, analogous to bits in classical computing. Unlike classical bits, which can be either 0 or 1, qubits can exist in a superposition of both states simultaneously, thanks to the principles of quantum mechanics. This property, along with entanglement and quantum interference, enables quantum computers to perform certain types of calculations much faster than classical computers. Qubits can be implemented using various physical systems, such as superconducting circuits, trapped ions, and photonic systems.

Researchers at Kyoto University have developed a groundbreaking method to measure the quantum coherence time of moiré excitons, potentially improving qubits for quantum computing. By…

ETH Zurich researchers have shown how spin-polarized currents can precisely control quantum states in electron spins, offering a new method for manipulating quantum bits in…

Researchers at QuTech developed somersaulting spin qubits for universal quantum logic. This achievement may enable efficient control of large semiconductor qubit arrays. Over twenty years…

Fractals might solve energy waste in information processing. Topological insulators, capable of transmitting electricity without loss, may function in fractional dimensions such as 1.58. This…

NUS researchers have created a new butterfly-shaped magnetic nanographene that could improve quantum computing by enabling better control of electron spins and extending the coherence…

Researchers at the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering have developed a new quantum computer that utilizes “reconfigurable atoms.” These mobile qubits can efficiently communicate with…

A breakthrough in integrated photonics has allowed researchers to harness light manipulation on silicon chips, paving the way for improved quantum computing and secure communications….

A novel quantum method significantly boosts system coherence and sensing capabilities, enhancing potential applications in precision-based industries. A new method to significantly enhance quantum technology…

Engineers at EPFL have developed a device capable of transforming heat into electrical voltage efficiently at temperatures even colder than those found in outer space….

Researchers have developed a breakthrough method for quantum information transmission using light particles called qudits, which utilize the spatial mode and polarization properties to enable…

Recent research has advanced the development of electron-on-solid-neon qubits, revealing key insights that improve quantum computing by extending qubit coherence times and optimizing their design….

A new quantum-system-on-chip enables the efficient control of a large array of qubits, advancing toward practical quantum computing. Researchers at MIT and MITRE have developed…

By utilizing traditional semiconductor devices, researchers have unlocked new potentials in quantum communication, pushing us closer to realizing the vast potential of the quantum internet….

A collaborative effort between physicists and chemists at the University of Colorado has led to the development of Fourier transform noise spectroscopy. This method simplifies…

Researchers have innovated a 2D method for producing Majorana particles, aiming to improve quantum computing with stable and efficient qubits. Researchers at QuTech have discovered…

Researchers discovered that bismuth atoms embedded in calcium oxide can function as qubits for quantum computers, providing a low-noise, durable, and inexpensive alternative to current…

Berkeley Lab’s new technique uses femtosecond lasers and hydrogen to precisely create qubits in silicon, advancing prospects for scalable quantum computing and networks. Berkeley Lab…

Scientists Tame Quantum Bits in a Widely Used Semiconductor Material Quantum computers, leveraging the unique properties of qubits, outperform classical systems by simultaneously existing in…