In his recently published Emerging Talents paper in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical Thomas Wong investigates a Quantum walk search through potential barriers. Thomas spoke to JPhys+ to explain more about the world of tunneling in quantum search. Quantum… Read More ›
Long spin coherence lifetime in Eu3+:Y2O3 ceramic
In a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter paper, Dr Jenny Karlsson et al. investigate a promising transparent ceramic using an all-optical spin echo technique.
Happy Canada Day!
Celebrate Canada Day with the JPhys+ team
Jyrki Piilo: quantum memory and quantum systems
We chat with Dr Jyrki Piilo about his work, his advice for a younger generation of scientists and reggae.
Image of the week: hybrid devices for quantum information
The authors of this week’s image find a more efficient way of analysing the properties of hybrid devices for processing quantum information.
Conference: JPhysA at Quantum Information Processing & Communication 2015
QIPC has been held at many top destinations around Europe and this year makes it’s way to England’s great city, Leeds. Quantum Computing, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Communication, Quantum Metrology, Quantum Algorithms… Hope to see you there!
DAMOP 2015, my post conference report
DAMOP 2015 has drawn to a close, and I have been reflecting on what has made this conference once again so special and enjoyable to attend. DAMOP is remarkable on many levels, but first and foremost, it has a very… Read More ›
JPhysB Review Roundup
A roundup of the Topical Reviews and Tutorials JPhysB has published so far this year.
Image of the week: quantum measurement
Quantum physics has revolutionized our understanding of information processing and enables computational speed-ups that are unattainable using classical computers. At least that is the case according to Stefanie Barz (University of Oxford, UK) in her new tutorial review in Journal of… Read More ›
Funniest preprint title this week
Christopher Ferrie and Richard Kueng get a chuckle for naming their preprint Have you been using the wrong estimator? These guys bound average fidelity using this one weird trick von Neumann didn’t want you to know. Sadly, the paper doesn’t contain 31 gifs of quantum states that prove you were a 90s kid.