Quantum Information Research Collaboration
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Welcome to DynamicQuant - a platform built specifically for discussion of ideas in quantum information science and a repository of general resources on the topic. The aim of the site is to provide a focused and secure platform for research-based discussions in quantum information, leading to eventual research collaborations to be undertaken outside the platform. The end-goal is to allow individual researchers to produce more publications and to expedite the advancement of quantum information science as a whole.
Register for an account and spend a few minutes to post up any idea that you would like to have discussed by accessing the DynamicQuant forum in the right sidebar.
Read more about the DynamicQuant rules (which all researchers must abide by before participation here.
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Achieving magnetic order in low-dimensional systems consisting of only one or two dimensions has been a research goal for some time. Researchers now show that magnetic order can be created in a two-dimensional chessboard lattice consisting of organometallic molecules that are only one atomic layer thick.
Tomorrow’s computers will run on light, and gold nanoparticle chains show much promise as light conductors. Now scientists have demonstrated how tiny spots of silver could markedly reduce energy consumption in light-based computation.
In the race to produce a quantum computer, a number of projects are seeking a way to create quantum bits -- or qubits -- that are stable, meaning they are not much affected by changes in their environment. This normally needs highly nonlinear non-dissipative elements capable of functioning at very low temperatures.