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The Alice Framework

For us working at ScienceAtHome, the Alice Framework has two sides. Find out more.

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PNAS Paper

Remote optimization of an ultracold atoms experiment by experts and citizen scientists.

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Alice:
The remote lab

Alice is also a framework for opening a modern quantum physics experiment to people who do not work directly in the laboratory.

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Alice: A flexible experimental control system

To conduct experiments with cold atomic clouds one needs a lot of dedicated technology...

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Alice: the user experience

Lærke, a student from Aarhus University volunteered among the firsts to try the Alice experiment and test the interface.

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National Instruments Week

Our team was at the annual NI Week 2016 conference by hosting a booth and delivering a keynote presentation on Thursday.

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Alice demonstration at National Instruments Week

Jacob Sherson and Aske Thorsen take to the stage to demo Alice.

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Understanding Alice

For building a quantum computer out of ultracold atoms, we, first of all, need ultracold atoms themselves. Robert Heck Ph.D. student digs deeper into the topic.

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The Nobel Prize in Physics 2001

New state of matter revealed: Bose-Einstein Condensate.

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Alice Challenge: What did we learn?

Nearly a thousand of players from all around the world took part in our experiment, and once more we were blown away by what they achieved.

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Quantum Made Simple

A website from the"Physics Reimagined" team of the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides.

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