Move liq­uid and solve quan­tum prob­lems

Science Illustrated - - SPACE -

Ac­cord­ing to quan­tum physics, a par­ti­cle is in sev­eral dif­fer­ent places at a time, and the odd qual­ity can be used to cre­ate a quan­tum com­puter which is much faster than an or­di­nary com­puter. How­ever, that re­quires such ex­ten­sive cal­cu­la­tions that mod­ern com­put­eres can­not han­dle the task. In­stead, physi­cists from the Aarhus Univer­sity in Den­mark have de­vel­oped the Quan­tum Moves game, in which you help sci­en­tists cal­cu­late the po­si­tions of atoms by mov­ing liq­uid from one con­tainer to the next.

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