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  • The next phase of the proton puzzle

    Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ) have succeeded in testing quantum electrodynamics with unprecedented accuracy to 13 decimal places. The new measurement is almost twice as accurate as all previous hydrogen measurements combined and moves science one step closer to solvi more

  • Behind the veil of nothingness

    An international research team from Germany and France has created structures in which light fields interact with electrons so strongly that the quantum vacuum itself is significantly altered. Using extremely short bursts of light, they interrupted this coupling much faster than the timescale of a v more

  • New way of developing topological superconductivity discovered

    A pencil shaped semiconductor, measuring only a few hundred nanometers in diameter, is what researches from the Center for Quantum Devices, Niels Bohr Institute, at University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Microsoft Quantum researchers, have used to uncover a new route to topological supercon more

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Levitating Nanodiamond Research

Researchers have demonstrated how to control the “electron spin” of a nanodiamond while it is levitated with lasers in a vacuum, an advance that could find applications in quantum information processing, sensors and studies into the fundamental physics of quantum mechanics. more

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  • Prof. Dr. Christian Kramer

    born in 1980, studied Molecular Sciences in Erlangen and Zürich. He did his doctorate between 2007–2009 at the University of Erlangen in close collaboration with Boehringer-Ingelheim/Biberach, developing novel QSAR and QSPR methods for the statistical prediction of physicochemical and biochemical pr more


History of quantum mechanics

History of quantum mechanics ’s 1913 quantum model of the atom, which incorporated an explanation of Johannes Rydberg 's 1888 formula , Max Planck ’s 1900 quantum hypothesis, i.e. that atomic energy radiators have discrete energy values (ε = hν), ... more


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