Category Archives: Interference

Computers designing quantum optics experiments

Quantum states can exhibit bizarre but powerful properties, such as being in a superposition or containing correlations not possible in classical physics. If these properties can be controlled, then they can be exploited in quantum technologies to dramatically transform computing, enable … Continue reading

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Can we freeze something at room temperature? Yes, quantum coherence!

  Happy 2017 from the Quanta Rei team! We close the current year with a guest post from our former member, long-time friend and collaborator Dr Rosario Lo Franco |RLF>   From the dawn of agriculture until the industrial revolution, all … Continue reading

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A somewhat coherent post on a robust idea

[This is a guest post by our long-time friend and collaborator Marco Piani, cross-posted on his blog Quantum Rules] The word “coherence” has different meaning for different people. Most people may think of the notion of being logical and consistent, be it … Continue reading

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