3D - Quantum Integrated Optical Simulation
3D - Quantum Integrated Optical Simulation

The Qubit Lab - Boson Sampling

When you need to do a computation, you'd probably think that a computer or even an abacus would do the trick... but when the computations get more complex, it takes a heftier bean-counter to calculate the results. In the Qubit Lab, researchers are using quantum particles like photons to make difficult calculations.

The Qubit Lab - Photonics

Researchers are working on using the quantum properties of light to do computations. This technology is known as "integrated photonics."

Computers based on particles of light could be millions of times more powerful than today's best number crunchers, making the hardest computations easier: things like predicting the weather, the structure of drugs used in medicine, and even cracking encryption codes!

TV Highlight on 3D-QUEST

(Rai 3 Channel)

Tg Leonardo 

(main scientific television news in Italy)

Rai 3

28 December 2012

 

VELOCI COME LA LUCE

"Come elaborare informazioni dall’interazione dei fotoni in un circuito. Primi passi verso i computer quantistici, in grado di lavorare alla velocità della luce"

Tutorial articles

F. Sciarrino, and P. Mataloni Quantum simulation with advanced integrated photonics, SPIE Newsroom (2013), doi:10.1117/2.1201304.004796

 

F. Sciarrino, Integrated photonic quantum circuits for polarization qubits, SPIE Newsroom (2012),doi:10.1117/2.1201206.004293.

Principal Investigator

Prof. Fabio Sciarrino


Dipartimento di Fisica

Università di Roma


piazzale Aldo Moro 5

00185 Roma

Italia


Telephone: 0039-06-49913517

Fax: 0039-06-49913525

fabio.sciarrino[at]uniroma1.it

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