Quantum Physics News

Topological synchronization of chaotic systems

 Quantum Physics News
 22 April 2022
Can we find order in chaos? Physicists have shown, for the first time that chaotic systems can synchronize due to stable structures that emerge from chaotic activity. These structures are known as fractals, shapes with patterns which repeat over and over again in different scales of the shape. As...

Two teams use neutral atoms to create quantum circuits

 Quantum Physics News
 22 April 2022
Two teams of researchers working independently have shown the viability of using neutral atoms to create quantum circuits—both have published outlines of their work in the journal Nature. One of the groups, with members from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, ColdQuanta and Riverlane,...

Study achieves the optical coherent manipulation of circular Rydberg states

 Quantum Physics News
 20 April 2022
Rydberg atoms are excited atoms that contain one or more electrons with a high principal quantum number. Due to their large size, long-range dipole-dipole interactions and strong coupling to external fields, these atoms have proved to be promising systems for the development of quantum technologies....

Assessing physical realism experimentally in a quantum-regulated device

 Quantum Physics News
 18 April 2022
In a new report now published in Nature Communications Physics, Pedro R. Dieguez and an international team of scientists in quantum technologies, functional quantum systems and quantum physics, developed a new framework of operational criterion for physical reality. This attempt facilitated their...

Visualizing spin angular momentum in water waves

 Quantum Physics News
 18 April 2022
Water waves can be used to visualize fundamental concepts, such as spin angular momentum, that arise in relativistic field theory, RIKEN physicists have shown. This will help to provide new insights into very different wave systems....

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