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Quantum one-way street in topological insulator nanowires

Quantum one-way street in topological insulator nanowires

Quantum one-way street in topological insulator nanowires Very thin wires made of a topological insulator could enable highly stable qubits, the building blocks of future quantum computers. Scientists see a new result in topological insulator devices as an important...

ML4Q&A with Beata Kardynal

ML4Q&A with Beata Kardynal

  We continue to feature some of our experimental physicists. In this episode, we talk to Beata Kardynal, group leader at Forschungszentrum Jülich and at RWTH Aachen. We discuss her career and her training in electronic devices to using these devices to couple to...

First Hybrid Quantum Bit Based on Topological Insulators

First Hybrid Quantum Bit Based on Topological Insulators

First Hybrid Quantum Bit Based on Topological Insulators   Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich take an important step on the path towards topological quantum computers     With their superior properties, topological qubits could help achieve a...

2D materials for next generation computing

2D materials for next generation computing

In a compact comment published in Nature Communications, Max Lemme, Christoph Stampfer and colleagues outline the most promising fields of applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials, as well as the challenges that still need to be solved to see the appearance of...

Extremely compressible “gas of light”

Extremely compressible “gas of light”

Busley et al. bring these advantages to quantum gases of light and explore a textbook scenario: a two-dimensional, spatially uniform gas of bosons.[from Photons think inside the box, Perspective, Science 375 (6586), pp. 1355-1356, 2022]The group of Martin Weitz...