Microscopy images could lead to new ways to control excitons for quantum computing [07-02-2023]
Excitons are drawing attention as possible quantum bits (qubits) in tomorrow´s quantum computers and are central to optoelectronics and energy-harvesting processes. However, these charge-neutral quasiparticles, which exist in semiconductors and other materials, are notoriously difficult to confine and manipulate.
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