Optimizing Quantum Sensors


A new technical paper titled “Dissipative Superradiant Spin Amplifier for Enhanced Quantum Sensing” was published by researchers at the University of Chicago and Simon Fraser University, British Columbia.

According to the University of Chicago news release, the researchers examined how qubits interact with each other and discovered a better way of extracting information out of the qubits by shining “a light at one of these qubits and then measure how light is deflected and released to probe its quantum state. In this way, they can use it as a quantum sensor.”

Find the technical paper here. Published August 2022.

Funding: DARPA, Q-NEXT.

Citation: “Dissipative superradiant spin amplifier for enhanced quantum sensing,” Koppenhöfer et al, PRX Quantum, August 30, 2022. DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.030330.


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