Chinese scientists have developed a high-speed quantum key distribution system to generate secret keys at a rate exceeding 110 Mb/s over a 10 km standard optical fiber, setting a new world record in the field.
Chinese scientists have successfully implemented a new way of quantum key distribution (QKD) which can boost the speed of intercity quantum networks.
Recent advances in spontaneous parametric down-conversion (SPDC)-based quantum light sources based on two-dimensional layered materials have been made by a team led by Prof. REN Xifeng from the University of Science and Technology of China, collaborating with Prof. QIU Chengwei and Dr. GUO Qiangbing from the National University of Singapore.
A group of Chinese scientists created a dense, ultracold gas of triple-atomic molecules, making an experimental milestone that offers multiple research opportunities for quantum chemistry.
Researchers have first certified device-independent genuine multipartite entanglement and invented a new method to certify genuine multipartite entanglement without making any assumptions on the internal functioning of the measurement device.
A Chinese team has realized, for the first time in the world, the ultra-high-precision time-frequency dissemination, a technique to monitor and synchronize clocks, over a long distance, more than 100 kilometers.
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