News Bites

Researchers led by Asst Professor Dzmitry Matsukevich are the first to perform a conditional beam splitter gate that makes use of both the motional and internal states of ions
The group of Kai Dieckmann has proposed in Physical Review Letters a new method to move dipolar molecules towards their ground state
Ask-me-anything (AMA) with NUS Physics Students
CQT Principal Investigator Loh Huanqian selected for programme by UNESCO and L’Oreal Foundation supporting women in science.
Researchers from NUS have synthesised the world’s first one-atom-thick amorphous material. Previously thought to be impossible, the discovery of monolayer amorphous carbon (MAC) could finally settle a decades-old debate of exactly how atoms are arranged in amorphous solids, and open up potential applications.
CQT researchers and their collaborators describe a scheme that beats the classical precision limit for temperature measurement.
Prof Valerio Scarani from the Dept of Physics at NUS Faculty of Science and Principal Investigator at the Centre for Quantum Technologies at NUS noted that understanding what quantum physics is, and what technologies it enables, is becoming increasingly important not only for scientists, but also for the economy, in critical domains like computing, data and cyber security.
The academic title published by Oxford University Press is suitable for researchers from graduate level up