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Quantum Computing: How, What, and Why

Susanne Dambeck

Quantum Computing: How, What, and Why

Large-scale quantum computing will change our lives as much as the internet revolution and cell phone revolution - when it materializes.Large-scale quantum computing will change our lives as much as the internet revolution and cell phone revolution - when it materializes.

Serge Haroche im Jahr des Lichts

Stephanie Hanel

Serge Haroche im Jahr des Lichts

Serge Haroche feiert in seiner Lecture das Jahr des Lichts und verbeugt sich vor der Entwicklung der Lasertechnik.Serge Haroche feiert in seiner Lecture das Jahr des Lichts und verbeugt sich vor der Entwicklung der Lasertechnik.

Great tradition comes with obligations – France as a science nation

Stephanie Hanel

Great tradition comes with obligations – France as a science nation

Seven Nobel Laureates from France are guests at Lindau

Große Tradition verpflichtet – Wissenschaftsland Frankreich

Stephanie Hanel

Große Tradition verpflichtet – Wissenschaftsland Frankreich

Sieben Nobelpreisträger aus Frankreich zu Gast in LindauSieben Nobelpreisträger aus Frankreich zu Gast in Lindau

Patricia Edema

New Topic Cluster: Quantum Mechanics

The Lindau Mediatheque is proud to present yet another new topic cluster, this time dealing with quantum mechanics.

Kathleen Raven

‘Chemistry and physics: one needs the other’

“Quantum theory has opened to us the microscopic world of particles, atoms and photons,” explained Nobel Laureate Serge Haroche, who shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics with David Wineland. In this sentence, Haroche answered why two physicists certainly belong onstage at the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting for chemistry. Haroche’s talk, called ‘Controlling Photons […]