Terahertz light waves can accelerate supercurrents for quantum computing, claim scientists

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Professor Jigang Wang at Iowa State University also researching macroscopic supercurrent flowing states to create quantum controls

Scientists from Iowa State University claim to have used terahertz light waves to create accelerated supercurrents for quantum computing. The researchers say that their experiments show that it ...

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