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  1. Characterizing The ‘Arrow Of Time’ In Open Quantum Systems

    Even in the strange world of open quantum systems, the arrow of time points steadily forward — most of the time. New experiments conducted at Washington University in St. Louis compare the forward and reverse trajectories of superconducting circuits called qubits, and find that they follow the second law of thermodynamics. The research is published July 9 in the journal Physical Review Letters.

  2. Charge Transfer Within Transition-Metal Dyes Analysed

    Transition-metal complexes in dye-based solar cells are responsible for converting light into electrical energy. A model of spatial charge separation within the molecule has been used to describe this conversion.

  3. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory 'Connects The Dots' For Quantum Networks

    Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) developed a new technique that could enable future advancements in quantum technology.

  4. On-Demand Control Of Terahertz And Infrared Waves

    The ability to control infrared and terahertz waves using magnetic or electric fields is one of the great challenges in physics that could revolutionise opto-electronics, telecommunications and medical diagnostics.

  5. On The Way To Printable Organic Light Emitting Diodes

    Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are used today in many electronic devices for display applications, ranging from smartphones to televisions. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have now succeeded in developing a new design for these LEDs.

  6. Localised Excitons In 2D Materials For Integrated Quantum Optics

    NUS scientists have found that the oxygen interstitials in single-layer tungsten diselenide (WSe2) enable it to function as single photon emitters (SPEs) for quantum optical applications.

  7. Micro Ring Resonator Has Highest Silicon Carbide Quality Factor To Date

    Researchers at MIT and Singapore University of Technology (SUTD) have demonstrated a micro ring resonator made of amorphous silicon carbide with the highest quality factor to date. The resonator shows promise to be used as an on-chip photonic light source at the infrared telecom wavelength of 1,550 nanometers.

  8. Chicago Quantum Exchange Adds New Partners To Advance Research And Education

    The Chicago Quantum Exchange, an intellectual hub for the research and development of quantum technology, has expanded to include new industry partners working at the forefront of quantum technology and research.

  9. Playfully Discover Atom Manipulation
  10. Simulating Quantum Systems With Neural Networks

    A new computational method, based on neural networks, can simulate open quantum systems with unprecedented versatility. The method was independently developed by physicists at EPFL, France, the UK, and the US, and is published in Physical Review Letters.