CSIRO says quantum worth over $4 billion

CSIRO says quantum worth over $4 billion

CSIRO says quantum worth over $4 billion Australia’s emerging quantum technology sector could support 16,000 jobs and create over $4 billion annual revenue by 2040, according to a report by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency. From CSIRO news Quantum...
Plasmono-atomic interactions on a fiber tip

Plasmono-atomic interactions on a fiber tip

Plasmono-atomic interactions on a fiber tip ABSTRACT Light–atom interaction can be engineered by interfacing atoms with various specially designed media, and optical fibers are convenient platforms for realization of compact interfaces. Here, we show that an optical...
Atomic test of higher-order interference

Atomic test of higher-order interference

Atomic test of higher-order interference Atomic test of higher-order interference: A bold idea investigated by our MajuLab, CQT, UCA and NTU SPMS PI and former PI David Wilkowski and Tomek Paterek See the article here A bold idea investigated by our @MajuLab_SG...
The subatomic age: Asia’s quantum computing arms race

The subatomic age: Asia’s quantum computing arms race

The subatomic age: Asia’s quantum computing arms race Article from Nikkei Asian Preview SINGAPORE/TOKYO — Dzmitry Matsukevich’s laboratory is cramped and windowless, dominated by two large tables laid out with arrays of lasers, lenses, cables and...