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Atomtronics@TIIAbuDhabi

Atomtronics@TIIAbuDhabi

Visit the website for more information: https://qrcseminar.tii.ae/  In continuation with the Atomtronics@Benasque meetings, the goal of Atomtronics@TIIAbuDhabi2021 is to follow up recent achievements in cold atoms quantum technology with a particular focus on...

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ChM personal page

{"dynamic":true,"content":"post_title","settings":{"before":" ","after":" "}} Education Alumnus ENS Cachan B.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc., ENS Cachan and University Paris 11 (1981-1986) PhD (Physics), University Paris 13 (1990) French Habilitation (Physics), University of...

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French start-ups ready for the quantum transition

French start-ups ready for the quantum transition

{"dynamic":true,"content":"post_title","settings":{"before":" ","after":" "}} Source: CNRS Le Journal This article is in French.  Entre la conception de nouvelles machines et la découverte d'applications inédites, la concrétisation des ordinateurs quantiques...

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EUTOPIA PostDoc fellowships

EUTOPIA PostDoc fellowships

{"dynamic":true,"content":"post_title","settings":{"before":" ","after":" "}} Check out the EUTOPIA-SIF science & innovation fellowships programme for post-doctoral fellowships here: EUTOPIA-SIF-Short-guide

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Overview on quantum initiatives worldwide

Overview on quantum initiatives worldwide

Overview on quantum initiatives worldwideArticle from Qureca Over the last years there has been an exponential increase on investment in quantum technologies worldwide. The global effort for public funding has been boosted. It is an amazing and exciting time of...

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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...

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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...

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Atomic test of higher-order interference

Atomic test of higher-order interference

Atomic test of higher-order interferenceAtomic 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

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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 raceArticle 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 black boxes...

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CQT Online Talk by Christian Miniatura

CQT Online Talk by Christian Miniatura

CQT Online Talk by Christian MiniaturaTitle: Non-Abelian adiabatic geometric transformations in a cold Strontium gas Date/Time: 28-Apr, 11:00AM Venue: Online via zoom Abstract: I will present recent results we have obtained with a laser-cooled cloud of Sr87 strontium...

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NUS to collaborate with IBM on quantum computing

NUS to collaborate with IBM on quantum computing

NUS to collaborate with IBM on quantum computingArticle from CQT Partnership under Singapore’s national Quantum Engineering Programme will give access to quantum machines and train quantum scientists The National University of Singapore and IBM have announced a...

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Computers: Promises of the Quantum Dawn

Computers: Promises of the Quantum Dawn

Computers: Promises of the Quantum Dawn Dilution refrigerator of the quantum computer with superconducting circuits built by IBM. © G. Carlow / IBM Research Article from CNRS News: Long a simple physicist's idea, the quantum computer, which promises to revolutionise...

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