II. Quantum Revolution – the world of qubits

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II. Quantum Revolution – the world of qubits

II. Quantum Revolution – the world of qubits in DFN-Mitteilungen 99 page 22

Beaming, walking through walls – In the quantum world, crazy things have moved into the realm of possibility, but we are not yet at home in this world. In order to take advantage of the revolutionary applications of quantum technology in the future, we first need to understand it better. A brief insight into the world of qubits as well as some basic mechanisms of quantum technology…

Peter Kaufmann, Susanne Naegele-Jackson. II. Quantenrevolution – die Welt der Qubits. In: DFN Mitteilungen Ausgabe 99, Juni 2021

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