Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics

In this video, Prof. Klaus Mølmer talks about Copenhagen view of quantum mechanical wave function, pilot wave and the many-worlds interpretation.

What is Schrödinger's cat?

When discussing superposition of macroscopic objects, the phrase "Schrödinger's cat" is almost always mentioned. In this video made by high school students, we explain some of the misconceptions about it.

The Importance of Science Outreach Activities

In this video, Prof. Klaus Mølmer shares with us his views on why science outreach activities are important.

Overview of Noise Reduction Strategies in Quantum Computing

What are the general noise reduction strategies in quantum computing? In this video, we give a brief overview of the various techniques used.

Mathematics of the Nonlocal Game - On Bell's Paradox

Liked our video about the non-local game where two kids are challenged by the teacher going to the candy shop and stationery shop? Watch this video to learn more.

What is QIBO?

QIBO is an open-source middleware for quantum computing. In this video, we briefly explain the main features of QIBO.

What is quantum middleware?

Quantum middleware provides the linkage between quantum hardware and the algorithms.

Are there quantum jumps?

It seems that from the Schrödinger's equations of motion, the wavefunction follows a differential equation which predicts no jumps. So are there quantum jumps?

From thermal phase transition to quantum phase transition

In this video, we review thermal phase transition and explain how quantum phase transition comes about.

The Group Theory Argument - On Bell's Paradox

In this video, we explain the Bell's paradox from group theory.

Travelling Salesman Problem

What is the shortest possible route that visits each city exactly once and returns to the origin city?

Interferometer - wave mode and particle mode

Quantum objects are neither particles nor waves, they possess both particle aspects and wave aspects.

Hardy's Paradox in 4 mins

Through Hardy's paradox - a thought experiment - we see how quantum outcomes cannot be predicted using classical logic.

SI units & Quantum Mechanics

Since 2019, SI units have been defined using quantum mechanics. Let us find out how it is done.

Interferometer and Uncertainties

In this dual, we compare the uncertainty relations and the inequalities given by an interferometer.

Introduction to Quantum State Estimation - part 1

In this video, we discuss the difference between linear inversion and maximum likelihood in quantum state estimation.

Verifiably Fair Lottery - on Bell's Paradox

Watch the story of Alice and Bob on how they are cheated by the "verifiably fair lottery" using quantum correlations.

The Joint Distribution Argument - on Bell's Paradox

With randomness, quantum universe is much more fun than the classical one.

A Nonlocal Game - on Bell's Paradox

A simple game to explain the power of entanglement and how Bell's inequality can be violated.

No Cloning Theorem in 5 mins

In this video, we go through the simple proof of the no-cloning theorem and find out how unknown quantum state cannot be copied.