Elimination of detrimental cross-talks in single-photon detectors pushes quantum optics to new limits

Friday, October 28, 2011 - 10:00 in Physics & Chemistry

Light and electric current can both be used for computing, albeit with key differences. Whereas conventional computers do logic through the movement of electrons, newer and faster computers called quantum computers perform the same job using single particles of light, known as photons.

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