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Presenting early stage researchers: Valeria Saggio!Presenting early stage researchers: Valeria Saggio!
In the video series of the University of Vienna, PhD candidates of the Vienna Doctoral Schools talk about the burning questions that they investigate, allow you to look over their
Researchers at Utrecht University and at TU Wien (Vienna) create special light waves that can penetrate even opaque materials as if the material was not even there. “The beam of
Connecting the Austrian quantum community – literally!Connecting the Austrian quantum community – literally!
AQUnet will establish an Austria-wide glass fiber network for the distribution of quantum information and quantum metrology signals. The existing data backbone infrastructure, operated by ACOnet (Austrian Academic Computer Network),
Quantum technologies for computers open up new concepts of preserving the privacy of input and output data of a computation. Scientists from the University of Vienna, the Singapore University of
Particles traveling in a superposition of paths can bypass noise in communication Artistic illustration of a communication channel between two partners crossing regions of noise. The noise resistance of the
How do you measure objects that you can’t see under normal circumstances? Utrecht University and TU Wien (Vienna) open up new possibilities with special light waves. When light gets deflected
Information Transfer in Quantum Communication ImprovedInformation Transfer in Quantum Communication Improved
An international research group including quantum physicists from the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Scottish Heriot-Watt University has succeeded in producing and verifying high-dimensional entanglements in systems of two
Borrowed Time: Fast-Forward and Rewind Quantum SystemsBorrowed Time: Fast-Forward and Rewind Quantum Systems
Under certain conditions, the evolution of a quantum system can be rewound or fast-forwarded in time at will. Theoretical physicists from the Austrian Academy of Sciences illustrate how in their
ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIP FOR MARCUS HUBER AT THE ATOMINSTITUT (TU WIEN)ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIP FOR MARCUS HUBER AT THE ATOMINSTITUT (TU WIEN)
We congratulate Marcus Huber, group leader at IQOQI-Vienna, for his new position as Assistant Professor at the Technische Universität. He and his group just began their research activities at the