On World Quantum Day initiated by the technician Professor Yasser Omar, scientists from all over the world explained the main points of this field of physics.Because it’s not easy to understand, but it’s part of our lives
It is no longer “if” but “when”. This expression works best in English, but even so, this adaptation to Camões language seems to be a good summary of the arrival of quantum computing. This is just the last major application of quantum physics knowledge, and it is expected to change the way computers process it in the next two decades. Prior to this, this field of physics started with the idea that light can be divided into particles, and quantum (later called photon) was already here. In microelectronics that allows the development of computers, in lasers that allow ultra-high-precision surgery, or in the Internet and cable television in the home, or in magnetic resonance, disease can be detected.That’s why Yasser Omar, a physicist and professor at the Tesnic Institute for Advanced Study, remembers to create one World Quantum Day Trying to “unveil the mystery of quantum physics, which is the scientific and intellectual heritage that mankind must share.”
This year, the plan is considered to be a rehearsal for a real celebration on April 14, 2022. Enthusiastic people-Now that there is a science communication conference, this enthusiasm has begun to take effect. Throughout the day, we will speak in different languages in 65 countries on four continents-all for the general public (of course, this is the remote mode we are used to!).
“Quantum physics provides us with the most basic understanding of nature and the universe, the particles that make up it, and the forces that make it interact.”Emphasize the organizer of World Quantum Day. “It is the basis of emerging and destructive technologies such as quantum computing, quantum cryptography, and quantum sensors, which will change the information society we live in in the next few years.” The press conference will be held this Wednesday at 4 pm, No youtube channel, And it is possible to send questions from the public. It will be given by Alain Aspect, one of the first physicists to prove its existence through experiments, the great promoter of quantum physics. Entangled Quantum (the basic physical phenomenon of quantum computing) is also a pioneer of unique photon emission. In this lecture, a professor at the University of Saclay in Paris will explain these discoveries and the most mysterious aspects of quantum chemistry to everyone in a non-technical way. Because as Yasser Omar said, “Knowledge is power, and sharing is a democratic act.”