必威体育官方app

Learn about our response to COVID-19, including freely available research and expanded remote access support.
Key image
PERSPECTIVE

Focus beyond Quadratic Speedups for Error-Corrected Quantum Advantage

A back-of-the-envelope analysis shows the conditions for current quantum error-correcting codes and architectures to outperform classical computers.

Ryan Babbush et al.
PRX Quantum 2, 010103 (2021)


EDITORIAL

Introducing Roadmaps as Special Content

February 24, 2021

It’s our pleasure to engage and serve the QIST community. Please read this Editorial on the context to publishing these three Roadmaps related to the US National Quantum Initiative.


Key image
NEW ARTICLE

Experimentally Bounding Deviations From Quantum Theory in the Landscape of Generalized Probabilistic Theories

A method for performing theory-independent state and measurement tomography is described and implemented, providing a way to place experimental bounds on the validity of quantum theory.

Michael D. Mazurek, Matthew F. Pusey, Kevin J. Resch, and Robert W. Spekkens
PRX Quantum 2, 020302 (2021)


Key image
EDITORS' SUGGESTION

Operational Significance of the Quantum Resource Theory of Buscemi Nonlocality

A broader notion of nonlocality is linked to foundational implications and information-processing tasks, such as our ability to perform nonclassical teleportation and discriminate quantum states.

Patryk Lipka-Bartosik, Andrés F. Ducuara, Tom Purves, and Paul Skrzypczyk
PRX Quantum 2, 020301 (2021)


Key image
NEW ARTICLE

Spin Readout of a CMOS Quantum Dot by Gate Reflectometry and Spin-Dependent Tunneling

Measurement of the electron spin of a quantum dot indicates that CMOS-compatible manufacturing processes are promising for fabricating long-lived silicon qubits.

Virginia N. Ciriano-Tejel et al.
PRX Quantum 2, 010353 (2021)


Key image
EDITORS' SUGGESTION

Measurement and Entanglement Phase Transitions in All-To-All Quantum Circuits, on Quantum Trees, and in Landau-Ginsburg Theory

A journey through several theoretical approaches to measurement-induced phase transitions is presented: exact results are shown to be possible in some cases, and new lines of inquiry are opened up, with outstanding questions clearly delineated.

Adam Nahum, Sthitadhi Roy, Brian Skinner, and Jonathan Ruhman
PRX Quantum 2, 010352 (2021)


Key image
NEW ARTICLE

Character Randomized Benchmarking for Non-Multiplicity-Free Groups With Applications to Subspace, Leakage, and Matchgate Randomized Benchmarking

Experimentally relevant benchmarking options are proposed, expanding the available choices of benchmarking group while keeping the required resources comparable with previous methods.

Jahan Claes, Eleanor Rieffel, and Zhihui Wang
PRX Quantum 2, 010351 (2021)


Key image
NEW ARTICLE

Fate of the False Vacuum: Finite Temperature, Entropy, and Topological Phase in Quantum Simulations of the Early Universe

A Bose-Einstein condensate quantum simulator, in experimentally achievable conditions, can be used to investigate aspects of the evolution of the early universe.

King Lun Ng et al.
PRX Quantum 2, 010350 (2021)


EDITORIAL

Promoting Inclusive and Respectful Communications

November 18, 2020

APS Editor in Chief, Michael Thoennessen, discusses a new opportunity for communicating authors to include their pronouns together with their contact email in order to promote a more respectful, inclusive, and equitable environment.


EDITORIAL

Editorial: Introducing PRX Quantum – a new open access journal in the Physical Review family

September 3, 2020

I am delighted to introduce the first issue of PRX Quantum, the first open access, highly-selective topical journal in the Physical Review portfolio, published by the American Physical Society (APS).


EDITORIAL

Editorial: Our vision for PRX Quantum – a new home for a vibrant community

September 3, 2020

It is our pleasure to introduce PRX Quantum to the quantum information science and technology research community.


Why Publish in PRX Quantum?

  • Highly selective, to showcase high-quality, innovative research with lasting and profound impact
  • Open access, under a CC-BY license, to maximize the visibility and impact of articles
  • Promotion of all published articles via social media, and newsworthy research to the media resulting in coverage in outlets such as Physics Magazine, The New York Times, Scientific American, Nature News, and Le Monde
  • The Physical Review experience researchers value and trust

Current Issue

Vol. 2, Iss. 2 — March - May 2021

View Current Issue

Now open for Submissions!

Follow us on Twitter

Announcements

New in PRX Quantum: Roadmaps
February 24, 2021

PRX Quantum has published a series of exciting, forward-looking articles in a special new category: Roadmaps. The papers focus on the outcomes of a meeting centered around the US National Quantum Initiative, and provide detail on a potential path to tackling the main challenges in the field.

APS Announces Outstanding Referees for 2021
February 24, 2021

APS has selected 151 Outstanding Referees for 2021 who have demonstrated exceptional work in the assessment of manuscripts published in the Physical Review journals. A full list of the Outstanding Referees is available online.

New in PRX Quantum: Tutorials
January 29, 2021

PRX Quantum, the newest highly selective open access journal published by the American Physical Society (APS), has published its first Tutorial, by Martin Kliesch, University Düsseldorf and Ingo Roth, Freie Universität Berlin. This paper is the first example of the new Tutorial article type published in the Physical Review journals.

Rapid Communications papers will now be Letters
November 23, 2020

Starting January 1, 2021, the Rapid Communications article type will be renamed to Letters. With this change, all eight Physical Review journals that had previously classified articles of the type “Rapid Communications” will adopt the practice of Physical Review Applied and now publish such articles as Letters. Learn more

Now Online: APS’s first Perspective article, published in PRX Quantum
November 13, 2020

PRX Quantum – the new highly-selective, open access Physical Review journal launched by APS earlier this year – has published its first Perspective article, “,” authored by Professor Ivan H. Deutsch at the University of New Mexico.

More Announcements

Physical Review Journal Club

Physical Review Journal Club

APS-Max Planck Gesellschaft Pilot Transformative Agreement

2019 Journal Citation Reports

2019 Journal Citation Reports

Sign up to receive regular email alerts from PRX Quantum

Log In

Cancel
×

Search


Article Lookup

Paste a citation or DOI

Enter a citation
×