[ Back to EurekAlert! ]

Contact: John Toon
Georgia Institute of Technology

Carlo Samson, Chandra Raman, and Anshuman Vinit, Georgia Institute of Technology

Caption: A team of Georgia Tech researchers adjusts equipment used to study a gaseous Bose-Einstein condensate composed of sodium atoms. The condensate could be used for communicating among quantum computers. Shown, (l-r) are postdoctoral fellow Carlo Samson, associate professor Chandra Raman and graduate student Anshuman Vinit.

Credit: Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek

Usage Restrictions: None

Related news release: Researchers evaluate Bose-Einstein condensates for communicating among quantum computers

[ Back to EurekAlert! ]