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Using deep learning, researchers have compressed a daunting quantum physics problem into 4 equations that so far require 100,000 equations

Using deep learning, researchers have compressed a daunting quantum physics problem into 4 equations that so far require 100,000 equations

The Schrödinger equation governs quantum physics. It deals with the universe and describes it on the atomic scale. The equation, which is described in its simplest form, is given by where H is the Hamiltonian of the system and E is the eigenvalue of the energy, and is the wave function that describes the system. …

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Amazing colors with scotch tape

Amazing colors with scotch tape

September 28, 2022• Physics 15, 147 The physicist’s do-it-yourself art project creates lifelike images using a pair of polarizers and carefully placed layers of clear tape. Aaron Slepkov / Trent University This kaleidoscope-inspired piece of art is “coated” with polarized light. Aaron Slepkov / Trent University This kaleidoscope-inspired piece of art is “coated” with polarized …

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Assetto Corsa Competizione console now updated, adds new frame model and 400Hz physics

PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are updated | S v1.8 from Assetto Corsa Competizione, introducing a new tire model and 400Hz. Involved tweet Involved Involved E-mail The much awaited Assetto Corsa Competizione update v1.8 has finally been dropped on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S, to introduce a new frame model; More …

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Physicists at UCSF receive $12.6 million from the Department of Energy for next-generation computing

September 29, 2022 – The first generation of computers used vacuum tubes. Second, transistors and third, integrated circuits. Each new generation has allowed computers to be faster, smaller, and more energy efficient. Now, as the world extends beyond the boundaries of integrated circuits, what does the fourth generation of computing look like? Q-MEEN-C’s research seeks …

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Bonelab debuted on VR as an experimental physics-based action game

Interested in knowing what’s next for the gaming industry? Join gaming CEOs to discuss emerging parts of the industry in October at GamesBeat Summit Next. Register today. Stress Level Zero launches virtual reality game Bonelab today as the latest entry in the experimental physics series. Previous title maker Boneworks is back with simulation gameplay and …

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Researchers discover first definitive evidence of elusive sea level fingerprints

Glacier picture. Credit: Kenichiro Tani When the ice sheets melt, something very strange and unintuitive happens to sea levels. It basically works like a swing. In the area close to where glacial ice masses are melting, ocean levels are declining. However, thousands of miles away, they are already rising. This is largely caused by a …

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Active material, curved spaces: small robots learn to “swim” on flexible surfaces

When self-propelled objects interact with each other, interesting phenomena can occur. Birds line up with each other when they crowd together. People at a concert automatically create whirlpools when they push and bump into each other. Fire ants work together to create rafts that float on the surface of the water. While many of these …

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New superconducting qubit test benefits quantum information development

A superconducting qubit is placed in a dilute freezer at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Physics Laboratory. This experimental device is the first step in creating a qubit test in PNNL. Credit: Andrea Starr | Pacific Northwest National Laboratory If you ever try to have a conversation in a noisy room, you’ll be able …

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