JQIJoint Quantum Institute (Department of Physics, University of Maryland)
JQIJoint Quality Initiative (EU)
JQIJust Quality International Foods (Canada)
JQIJob Quality Index (various locations)
JQIJuran on Quality Improvement (Juran Institute; various locations)
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The researchers pitted two quantum computers fashioned from two different technologies - a fully connected trapped ion system (http://jqi.umd.edu/news/programmable-ions-set-stage-general-purpose-quantum-computers) created at JQI and a device (http://www.research.ibm.com/ibm-q/) developed by IBM researchers that uses coupled regions of superconducting material.
Prior work from the JQI group showed that quantum dots could alter the properties of many photons and rapidly switch the direction of a beam of light.
The assessment strategies are designed in line with the Dublin Descriptors, JQI (2004) to test if students can apply their knowledge and understanding of data analysis to solve problems within the field of business.
El listado de competencias que configuraron la propuesta inicial para la discusion estuvo basada en el Proyecto Tuning (Gonzalez y Wagenaar, 2003), los descriptores de Dublin (JQI, 2004) y su adaptacion a la legislacion espanola (RD 1393/2007).
By taking a new theoretical approach, the JQI work predicts a third, even more exotic "immortal" soliton-never before seen in any other physical system.
Alan Migdall, a NIST fellow at JQI, and his colleagues set up a race course using "correlated" pairs of photons--indistinguishable photons created simultaneously.
Now, a team from the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) at the University of Maryland (UMD) and the University of Michigan, has succeeded in teleporting a quantum state directly from one atom to another over a substantial distance.
In what is being hailed as a significant leap in the field of quantum computing, a team of researchers from the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) at the University of Maryland have created the world's first programmable and reconfigurable quantum computer.
The physicists were from the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Maryland in the US.