Quantum Mechanics could be the most challenging field of science to understand for people outside the scientific field. Here is an account of the experiences of an expert explaining his life in his two separate roles under quantum physics and meteorology.
Researchers from the University of Sydney developed a way for quantum error computing sources to be identified using machine-learning techniques that can detect even the faintest environmental 'noise.'
Technological advancements have allowed physicists to manipulate and study quantum particles, their states, and their interactions. However, they still need to figure out how to keep quantum systems from decaying long enough to practically run computations and transfer information—and a simple solution might just solve the problem
Seen as the future of computing, quantum computers have exciting potential for solving problems beyond the capacity of classical supercomputers. While quantum computers are still mostly under development, one sample has displayed the capability to work on materials problems.
Light can be used to control some of the essential quantum properties of superconducting states, including macroscopic supercurrent flowing, broken symmetry and accessing individual high-frequency quantum oscillations believed to be forbidden by symmetry