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Quantum effects enhancing atomic clocks and improving military communications and electronic warfare (EW)

The principle of timekeeping has been to count the repetitions or oscillations of repeating natural phenomena such as rotation of earth or movement of stars. Over the millennia a myriad of devices has been invented for timekeeping including pendulum or crystals, each with a period far shorter than the daily …

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Quantum cryptography race creating new records in distance and data rate for building practical National Quantum Networks

Information security is becoming more and more of a critical issue not only for large companies, banks and defense enterprises, but even for small businesses and individual users. However, the data encryption algorithms we currently use for protecting our data are imperfect — in the long-term, their logic can be …

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Quantum Brain sensors

Quantum sensors are measuring device that takes advantage of quantum correlations, such as states in a quantum superposition or entanglement, for better sensitivity and resolution than can be obtained by classical systems.  QP will boost the capabilities of all sorts of sensory devices, such as gravimeters, which are used to …

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Quantum dot based Quantum communications networks

Quantum technologies have the potential to spur revolutions in computing, sensing, cryptography and beyond. Quantum computing and quantum communication are believed to be the future of information technology.  Single-photon sources are important for current research in quantum information, cryptography, and the production of truly random numbers.   The possibility of …

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Transforming Multiphysics Simulations using Quantum Computing

Modelling is the process of representing a model (e.g., physical, mathematical, or logical representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process) which includes its construction and working. This model is similar to a real system, which helps the analyst predict the effect of changes to the system. Simulation of a …

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DARPA SAVaNT employing atomic vapors to develop Quantum Sensors at Room Temperature

We are in midst of the second quantum revolution moving from merely computing quantum properties of systems to exploiting them. Researchers are developing new capabilities in secure communication, ultra-sensitive and high signal-to-noise physical sensing of the environment and Quantum Information Science (QIS).   Yet many scientists believe that quantum will …

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Quantum sensor principles, technology and applications

We are in midst of the second quantum revolution moving from merely computing quantum properties of systems to exploiting them. Researchers are developing new capabilities in secure communication, ultra-sensitive and high signal to noise physical sensing of the environment and Quantum Information Science (QIS). Yet many scientists believe that quantum …

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UK implementing National Strategy of Quantum Technology to become Global Leader in future Quantum industry

The demand for quantum technologies is being driven by large and significant societal challenges, including the need to build in more inhospitable places, for greater security around information and transactions, for better medicines and therapies, and to counter cyber terrorism. Technologies that will allow fire crews to see through smoke …

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Dilution refrigeration technology is an enabling technology specifically for superconducting qubits for quantum computing.

In Sep 2020, IBM  announced its roadmap to reaching 1,000-plus qubits by 2023 to reach the true quantum industry inflection point of Quantum Advantage — the point at which quantum systems will be more powerful than today’s conventional computing. It’s an aggressively ambitious mission, which recognizes that merely incremental increases in …

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Thermotronics aims to process information with Thermal networks and heat flows

The control of electric currents in solids is at the origin of modern electronics which has revolutionised our daily life. The diode and the transistor introduced by Braun  and Bardeen and Brattain  are undoubtedly the corner stones of modern information technologies. Such devices allow for rectifying, switching, modulating, and even …

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