Friday, October 7, 2022


Twisty’ photons could turbocharge next-gen quantum communication

Stevens team’s on-chip technology uses orbital angular momentum to encode more information into a single photon.

Entangling more than a dozen photons efficiently in a defined way

Creating a basis for a new type of quantum computer.

An intelligent alien civilization could beam quantum messages to Earth

A new study finds that quantum signals could travel over interstellar distances.

Photon Storage in a Ground-State Vapor Cell Quantum Memory

Quantum network nodes with warm atoms

Engineers resolve single photons 70x faster than other techniques

A step towards advancing quantum information processing

Extending excitons’ life

The findings show that excitons last long enough for a broad range of potential applications.

A step closer to making terahertz technology usable in the real world

A new effect in two-dimensional conductive systems that promises improved performance of terahertz detectors.

A breakthrough in frequency up-conversion of single photons

A step forward in modern quantum technology.

On-chip frequency shifters for on-chip photonics

Shifting colors for on-chip photonics.

Aliens might be using stars to communicate with each other

Perhaps they are everywhere?

Detecting a single photon: Harnessing quantum’s ‘noise problem’

A development with big applications for more powerful quantum computer processors.

Fine-tuning the color of light with a new optical device

Putting new capabilities in engineers’ hands.

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