Discover the Quantum Revolution
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Quantum Entanglement involved in Grover’s algorithm: a state of the art
Grover’s algorithm is a quantum search algorithm that has been widely studied since its discovery in 1996. It offers a quadratic speedup over classical search algorithms, making it an important tool in the field of quantum computing.
Quantum computation using ultracold atoms in optical lattices
Ultracold atoms in optical lattices are a great tool to simulate quantum matter. These experimental platforms provide unprecedented control over a sizable number of atoms and are thus a crucial instrument for exploring quantum information processing at various scales. What are optical lattices exactly and how can we use them for quantum information?
What stands in the way of variational quantum algorithms toward the quantum advantage
We are living in the exciting era of the first available quantum computers, complex devices which aim at tackling problems by playing by the rules of quantum mechanics. Although still imperfect (too small, too noisy, too error-prone…) they are the result of years and years of research and of the great effort of scientists all over the world, so instead of focusing on what they cannot do, let’s see what they CAN do!