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To prove quantum supremacy, Chinese scientists used a problem formulated at the Faculty of Nuclear and Physical Engineering of CTU in Prague

To demonstrate the so-called quantum supremacy of a quantum computer based on photons, Chinese scientists used a solution to a computational problem formulated at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (FNSPE). Specifically, the Gaussian Boson Sampling protocol, developed by Craig Hamilton and Igor Jex of the FNSPE and their partners, the group of Christine Silberhorn of the University of Paderborn (FRG). The research team of the Chinese University of Science and Technology published a report on the results on December 3, 2020 in the journal Science.

Academic fission reactor VR-1 has served at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering CTU in Prague for 30 years

For 30 years, the academic fission reactor VR-1 has served students from the Czech Republic and abroad, but it is also used for research activities. The reactor is operated by the Department of Nuclear Reactors of the Faculty of Nuclear Science and Physical Engineering (FNSPE) of the Czech Technical University in Prague. The VR-1 reactor reached the so-called first critical state on December 3, 1990 at 4:25 p.m. However, preparations for its construction began in 1982.

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