A hybrid approach that combines classical and quantum computing may be a stepping stone to solving complex, evolving mathematical simulations.
A*STAR researchers develop a first-of-its-kind quantum algorithm that co-opts classical computers to solve complex engineering problems.
In developing a new process to synthesise stable qubits, A*STAR researchers are paving the way toward scalable and practical quantum devices.
To unlock the potential of quantum computers, researchers must find semiconductor materials and metal contacts that work well at sub-zero temperatures.
Adding more crystals to a quantum optical infrared sensor improves its sensitivity and opens the door to broader use.
A biosensor designed with quantum properties is 15 times more sensitive than classical sensors.
By manipulating light to reveal unusual properties of quantum materials, Justin Song is ushering in a new age of quantum devices.
Researchers have found quantum dots lurking inside nanoribbon transistors, suggesting that nanoribbons could one day be used for quantum computing.
Shooting electrons into hybrid light-matter particles on a surface could be the key to a new wave of compact X-ray machines
The tiny diamond pyramid tips used for atomic force microscopy may also prove to be highly useful for nanoscale, quantum sensing
Emerging valleytronics technology using 2D materials promises smaller devices that chew up less energy.