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According to the National Strategic Overview for Quantum Information Science, "Quantum information science (QIS) applies the best understanding of the sub-atomic world-- quantum theory--to generate new knowledge and technologies.
* Bring a government approach to moving quantum information science to the next level of research and development
Ferrie, "Quasi-probability representations of quantum theory with applications to quantum information science," Reports on Progress in Physics, vol.
In this review article, we have discussed the current status of photonic quantum information science and technology: single photon and entangled photon generation, photon number discriminating detectors, demonstrations of quantum computation algorithms, photonic quantum gates and photonic quantum circuits, photonic quantum metrology and lithography.
The Department has broad research programs, with special emphasis on the fields of atomic, molecular, and optical physics (AMO), photonics technology, quantum optics, and quantum information science.
Then, the stochastic mechanics has gradually drawn much attention with research fields ranging from atomic and optical physics to condensed matter physics and quantum information science [2].
Quantum information science and its contributions to mathematics; proceedings.
According to Professor O'Brien, "This is a very exciting development in quantum information science. Because our entanglement filter acts on photonic qubits, it is promising for quantum technologies because photons are the logical choice for communication, metrology and lithography and are a leading approach to information processing."
While the speed and size of the digital Internet continues to grow, laboratories have been working diligently on new systems based on research into quantum computing and quantum information science with the promise of increased performance and new capabilities.
As part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Quantum Information Science and Technology program, NIST researchers have designed and built a prototype single photon detection system that has demonstrated the ability to count the number of photons in a short pulse of light with no dark counts.
Department of Energy (DOE) announced $37 million in funding for targeted research in materials and chemistry to advance the important emerging field of Quantum Information Science (QIS).
As IBM Q Network partners, Aalto University, University of Turku, EPFL, University of the Basque Country and The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory will have direct access to IBM Q Network resources and access to the IBM Q Experience's publicly available quantum computing systems for teaching, as well as faculty and student research projects that advance quantum information science and explore early applications.
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