Today’s subject is Raman spectroscopy. A very used technique in physics, chemistry, and biology to analyze materials’ molecular structure.
Drones were able to transmit entangled photons over long distances, making possible the construction of a quantum internet.
XENON1T is an experiment created to detect dark matter and hypothetical particles. Recently registered unexplainable events.
Was developed a high efficiency photodetector based in quantum dots.
Continuing the visit to CERN. This second and last part is about the permanent exhibition of Microcosm and the guided tour.
I was in Geneva, Switzerland, and I visited the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). This site shows permanent exhibition for visitors.
Engineers from University of New South Wales (UNSW), in Kensington, Australia, created artificial atoms in silicon chips to increase stability in quantum computers.
Some solids lose all resistance to electrical current in certain conditions. This is the superconductivity phenomenon and today’s subject.
Quantum radar has been demonstrated in Institute of Science and Technology Austria. Uses entangled photons in microwave frequency.
Has been built a ‘time machine’ which sends electrons fractions of second to the past.