Exploring coherence from 1D to 3D - A new study by quantum physicists published in Physical Review Letters
The latest publication from our group is now available in PRL. We study fluctuations of the phase of BECs through the full 3D to 1D crossover.
“I want to debunk the mystery of quantum physics”
Meet quantum physicist PhD student Poppy Joshi, one of the speakers at Brighton's Soapbox Science.
Quantum physicists develop sensors to assess the safety of electric vehicle batteries
Quantum physicists at the University of Sussex have used magnetic imaging for assessing electric vehicle batteries.
Mims Davies MP learns about quantum leaps being made at University of Sussex
The employment Minister visited the quantum computer laboratory and heard about the potential for a “quantum Silicon Valley” in her constituency.
New website unveiled for Quantum Systems and Devices
Take a virtual meander through the Quantum System and Devices group's new website to find out more about their fascinating research and news.
Quantum tech in space? Sussex scientists design remote monitoring system for inaccessible quantum devices
Operating quantum technology in challenging environments, such as space, has moved a significant step forward after physicists working at the...
Nobel Laureate says ‘I LOVE SUSSEX!!’ at University's anniversary event in Parliament
MPs, Peers, Sussex alumni, staff and students came together at the House of Commons to celebrate 60 years of stellar research at the University.
Quantum brain sensors could spot dementia after University of Sussex scientists find they track brain waves
Accurate timings of when brain signals fire demonstrated for first time by Sussex scientists, with implications for tracking onset of brain disease
Largest ever team of 'Sussex Quantum' researchers exhibit at National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2021
Sussex fronted its largest ever team of quantum researchers for the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase 2021, held on 5 November 2021. This...