New technique efficiently creates single photons for quantum information processing

Using lasers to excite just one atom from a cloud of ultra-cold rubidium gas, physicists have developed a new way to rapidly and efficiently create single photons for potential use in optical quantum information processing - and in the study of dynamics and disorder in certain physical systems. Source: Georgia Institute of Technology Research News - Discipline: Computer Science

New technique efficiently creates single photons for quantum information processing

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