Can you trust your quantum simulator?


Physics seems strange when seen at the level of a single atom. Researchers are utilising quantum analogue simulators, which are lab experiments that entail super-cooling tens to hundreds of atoms and probing them with precisely calibrated lasers and magnets, to disclose, harness, and regulate these unusual quantum processes. The objective is that any new knowledge gleaned through quantum simulators would serve as a template for creating novel exotic materials, more intelligent and effective electronics, and useful quantum computers. However, scientists must first have faith in quantum simulators in order to benefit from their discoveries.

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