Supercomputing and Computation


Quantum-Enhanced Sensing

Quantum sensing involves the use of well-controlled quantum systems in sensing applications to achieve improvements in resolution and sensitivity. ORNL researchers design and fabricate quantum sensors, and develop sensing techniques based on quantum phenomena.

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Enhanced sensing via Quantum Plasmonics
— As physical devices for sensing, communications and computing shrink below the optical diffraction limit, how can we take advantage of quantum optical effects at the nanoscale?

Compressive Quantum Imaging
— Current quantum imaging implementations require long integration times to acquire images, or require extensive post processing to correlate spatial modes. These disadvantages reduce the effectiveness of quantum imaging for surveillance, or low light scenarios that need real time imaging capability.

Quantum Plasmonics
— As photonics technology scales below the diffraction limit, plasmonics will begin to play an increasingly important role in quantum information applications, from sensors to signaling between quantum computing cores. How do we begin to develop quantum information in the plasmonic domain?


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