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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...

Observing the difference between quantum and classical causality

Observing the difference between quantum and classical causality

In an international multi-site cooperation, scientists from the ML4Q Cluster of Excellence are able to observe quantum effects in cause and effect relationship in a photonic experiment. Understanding causal relationships in the observed data is a deeply rooted concept...

New paper in Quantum Science and Technology

New paper in Quantum Science and Technology

In their recent publication, David DiVincenzo and Cica Gustiani report on new findings concering  blind oracular quantum computation (BOQC) schemes. They present an optimized BOQC scheme which possesses the same security as BOQC and is runnable with minimal physical...