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Journal Reference:

  1. Denis R. Candido, Michael E. Flatt. Suppression of the Optical Linewidth and Spin Decoherence of a Quantum Spin Center in a p-n Diode. PRX Quantum, 2021 [abstract]

But even that may have a weakness: Encrypted information could be decoded by future quantum computers that would try many keys simultaneously and rapidly find the right one.

To prepare for this future possibility, researchers are working to develop codes that cannot be broken by quantum computers. These codes rely on distributing single photons — single particles of light — that share a quantum character solely among the parties that wish to communicate. The new quantum codes require these photons to have the same color, so they are impossible to distinguish from each other, and the resulting devices, networks, and systems form the backbone of a future “quantum internet.”

Researchers at the University of Iowa have been studying the properties of photons emitted from solids and are now able to predict how sharp the color of each emitted photon can be. In a new study, the researchers describe theoretically how many of these indistinguishable photons can be sent simultaneously down a fiber-optical cable to establish secure communications, and how rapidly these quantum codes can send information.

“Up to now, there has not been a well-founded quantitative description of the noise in the color of light emitted by these qubits, and the noise leading to loss of quantum coherence in the qubits themselves that’s essential for calculations,” says Michael Flatté, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the study’s corresponding author. “This work provides that.”

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Physicists describe photons’ characteristics to protect future quantum computing

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Journal Reference:

  1. Denis R. Candido, Michael E. Flatt. Suppression of the Optical Linewidth and Spin Decoherence of a Quantum Spin Center in a p-n Diode. PRX Quantum, 2021 [abstract]

But even that may have a weakness: Encrypted information could be decoded by future quantum computers that would try many keys simultaneously and rapidly find the right one.

To prepare for this future possibility, researchers are working to develop codes that cannot be broken by quantum computers. These codes rely on distributing single photons — single particles of light — that share a quantum character solely among the parties that wish to communicate. The new quantum codes require these photons to have the same color, so they are impossible to distinguish from each other, and the resulting devices, networks, and systems form the backbone of a future “quantum internet.”

Researchers at the University of Iowa have been studying the properties of photons emitted from solids and are now able to predict how sharp the color of each emitted photon can be. In a new study, the researchers describe theoretically how many of these indistinguishable photons can be sent simultaneously down a fiber-optical cable to establish secure communications, and how rapidly these quantum codes can send information.

“Up to now, there has not been a well-founded quantitative description of the noise in the color of light emitted by these qubits, and the noise leading to loss of quantum coherence in the qubits themselves that’s essential for calculations,” says Michael Flatté, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the study’s corresponding author. “This work provides that.”

We want to give thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing material

Physicists describe photons’ characteristics to protect future quantum computing

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638544344) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(104) "Resistance and injury to a public official, Sagan convicted. “I’m sorry, it won’t happen again”" ["link"]=> string(117) "https://travors.com/cycling/resistance-and-injury-to-a-public-official-sagan-convicted-im-sorry-it-wont-happen-again/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Harry World" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:38:41 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "CyclingconvictedhappeninjuryofficialPublicResistanceSagan" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=592" ["description"]=> string(748) "The episode refers to last April 25 in the Principality of Monaco. The Slovak was in the car with his brother Jurai and had violated the curfew The 31-year-old Slovakian Peter Sagan, who will be a TotalEnergies runner from January 1 after his years at Bora-Hansgrohe, received a fine of 5,100 euros (plus 1,500 to ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3853) "

The episode refers to last April 25 in the Principality of Monaco. The Slovak was in the car with his brother Jurai and had violated the curfew

The 31-year-old Slovakian Peter Sagan, who will be a TotalEnergies runner from January 1 after his years at Bora-Hansgrohe, received a fine of 5,100 euros (plus 1,500 to be paid to the plaintiff) for what happened on 25 April, when he was was stopped in Munich: he was in a car with his brother Jurai and had violated the curfew on his return from an evening in which, it says “not a little alcohol had been consumed”. Furthermore, Sagan had become upset when told to get out of the car, injuring a brigadier in the right hand. Peter would have justified this anger with the fear “that they would force him to get vaccinated”, the magistrate said (he had had Covid a few months earlier). And he apologized, but without being able to avoid the process that has just ended.

Excuses

“As for the news published this morning and relating to what happened on the night of April 25, I want to take this opportunity to present my most sincere apologies. It was an experience that made me think deeply and that gave me important lessons. I am truly sorry for an accident that will certainly never happen again ”. This is the comment, through his social channels, by Peter Sagan, regarding what was reported in the morning by nice morning. Then he added more details: “I was at my ex-wife’s apartment to put my son to bed. I had a couple of glasses of wine, then decided to go home even though the curfew had already begun as it is my doping control address. I did the 500 meters between the two houses on an electric scooter driven by my brother Juraj. It wasn’t me driving, I wasn’t in a car, I didn’t have an alcohol test. But the police wanted to take me to the hospital for a drug test and I didn’t understand that. So I got angry, which led me to push the officer. I am really sorry for the whole accident, a bad experience that made me think and from which I will draw valuable lessons ». Another clarification is necessary, because the first reconstruction had made us imagine that the Slovak was unvaccinated or no-vax, he who at the beginning of this year had been hit by Covid-19 while he was training in Gran Canaria. But his entourage let it be known that Sagan regularly completed the vaccination process in the summer. In recent days, after winning the Criterium of the Giro d’Italia in Dubai, Peter had been to Argentina for the presentation of the Vuelta San Juan, where on January 30 (until February 6) he is expected to make his seasonal debut with the new colors: saw a Boca Juniors football match at the Bombonera in Buenos Aires, receiving as a gift the number 10 shirt, the one that was worn by Maradona.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible content

Resistance and injury to a public official, Sagan convicted. “I’m sorry, it won’t happen again”

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The episode refers to last April 25 in the Principality of Monaco. The Slovak was in the car with his brother Jurai and had violated the curfew

The 31-year-old Slovakian Peter Sagan, who will be a TotalEnergies runner from January 1 after his years at Bora-Hansgrohe, received a fine of 5,100 euros (plus 1,500 to be paid to the plaintiff) for what happened on 25 April, when he was was stopped in Munich: he was in a car with his brother Jurai and had violated the curfew on his return from an evening in which, it says “not a little alcohol had been consumed”. Furthermore, Sagan had become upset when told to get out of the car, injuring a brigadier in the right hand. Peter would have justified this anger with the fear “that they would force him to get vaccinated”, the magistrate said (he had had Covid a few months earlier). And he apologized, but without being able to avoid the process that has just ended.

Excuses

“As for the news published this morning and relating to what happened on the night of April 25, I want to take this opportunity to present my most sincere apologies. It was an experience that made me think deeply and that gave me important lessons. I am truly sorry for an accident that will certainly never happen again ”. This is the comment, through his social channels, by Peter Sagan, regarding what was reported in the morning by nice morning. Then he added more details: “I was at my ex-wife’s apartment to put my son to bed. I had a couple of glasses of wine, then decided to go home even though the curfew had already begun as it is my doping control address. I did the 500 meters between the two houses on an electric scooter driven by my brother Juraj. It wasn’t me driving, I wasn’t in a car, I didn’t have an alcohol test. But the police wanted to take me to the hospital for a drug test and I didn’t understand that. So I got angry, which led me to push the officer. I am really sorry for the whole accident, a bad experience that made me think and from which I will draw valuable lessons ». Another clarification is necessary, because the first reconstruction had made us imagine that the Slovak was unvaccinated or no-vax, he who at the beginning of this year had been hit by Covid-19 while he was training in Gran Canaria. But his entourage let it be known that Sagan regularly completed the vaccination process in the summer. In recent days, after winning the Criterium of the Giro d’Italia in Dubai, Peter had been to Argentina for the presentation of the Vuelta San Juan, where on January 30 (until February 6) he is expected to make his seasonal debut with the new colors: saw a Boca Juniors football match at the Bombonera in Buenos Aires, receiving as a gift the number 10 shirt, the one that was worn by Maradona.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this incredible content

Resistance and injury to a public official, Sagan convicted. “I’m sorry, it won’t happen again”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638542321) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(74) "Comeback from -21, head to head final: Knicks-Bulls a show like in the 90s" ["link"]=> string(104) "https://travors.com/euro-league/comeback-from-21-head-to-head-final-knicks-bulls-a-show-like-in-the-90s/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(9) "Jet Tyler" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 14:32:30 +0000" ["category"]=> string(38) "Euro League90scomebackfinalKnicksBulls" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=589" ["description"]=> string(633) "Chicago passes 119-115 in New York at the end of a battle worthy of the challenges between Jordan and Ewing. The modern heroes are DeRozan, decisive with 18 of his 34 points in the fourth period, and Randle Like old times. Like when the Madison Square Garden court battles were led by Michael Jordan and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5685) "

Chicago passes 119-115 in New York at the end of a battle worthy of the challenges between Jordan and Ewing. The modern heroes are DeRozan, decisive with 18 of his 34 points in the fourth period, and Randle

Like old times. Like when the Madison Square Garden court battles were led by Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing, and New York-Chicago was worth more than a regular season game in early December. This Knicks-Bulls, however, has kept the tradition of the mid-nineties high, giving the 19,812 spectators crammed into the most famous arena in the world a spectacular challenge, a head-to-head solved only at the end by DeMar DeRozan, the leader of the new Bulls. who with 34 points signed the final 119-115. New York recovered from the 21-point abyss it had fallen into in the second quarter to give its fans this spectacular challenge, with Julius Randle trying to take on Ewing’s shoes with 30 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists. : they weren’t enough.

chicago

The Bulls (15 won-8 lost so far) confirm that they have what it takes to be in the elite of the East. Character, first of all. The one instilled by coach of the month Billy Donovan, the one that DeRozan embodies so well: in the fourth period he put in 18 of his 34 points, finding his way to the basket even when New York had raised a wall in defense and the Bulls attack was struggling . Not DeRozan, one of the last bastions of the average shooting, one who knows how to make a difference even by choosing that solution so invisible to the numbers and statistics. Chicago has its own character, and that of the extraordinary Alex Caruso: he closes with 6 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, but not even the 4 steals say how much difference he made. He is an inexhaustible scooter, probably the best NBA defender seen so far together with Draymond Green: when he is on the field, Chicago trims the Knicks 21 points. Impressive how the team changes: and to think that a few years ago he was about to choose Avellino and Serie A, before opting for a place in the G-League from which he began his climb to glory. Also lethal Nikola Vucevic and Zach LaVine, both with 27 points and 7 rebounds, the discordant note for the Bulls is the bad match of Lonzo Ball, unable both to manage the team and to be useful as a corner shooter (2/10 from ‘ arc and an impressive string of mistakes in the finale): Chicago will need him too if he really wants to be racing.

new york

The Knicks (11-11) must blame the mistakes of the first half for not being able to win, for the energy wasted to recover. Also in this match New York confirmed that it lacks continuity: if Thibodeau’s team is the one seen in the second half, it is definitely worth a place in the sun in the East; if it’s the distracted and soulless one of the first half, repeating last year’s fourth place is pure illusion. The Knicks did not have RJ Barrett and lost Taj Gibson 4 ‘from the first siren to a double technical for protests: yet they fought clinging to Randle’s talent, to Evan Fournier’s triple (16 points and 4 times to target from outside), to the desire of Alec Burks (16 points) to show that Thibs made the right choice by torpedoing Kemba Walker and entrusting him with the role of starting point guard, to the extraordinary defense of Mitchell Robinson (9 points, 8 rebounds and 5 blocks), the whose exit from the field in the final was deleterious, to the now ageless talent of Derrick Rose (16 points and 6 assists from the bench). It was not enough to avoid the second knockout in a row, the fifth in the last 8 games. Thibodeau has a team of character, of course, but something has to change because it is no longer enough.

the match

New York disastrous in the first half and Chicago runs away immediately. The Bulls start the recovery ahead 69-51, but the Knicks come back strongly under even if they overtake for the first time with Randle (106-105) only 4’45 ”from the end. From there it’s a splendid head-to-head that arrives at the last minute at 111-111. It is at that point that the hero DeRozan emerges, taking the Bulls by the hand and leading them to success.

New York: Randle 30 (14/21 from two, 2/5 free throws), Fournier 16, Burks 16, Rose 16. Rebounds: Randle 12. Assists: Randle 6, Rose 6.

Chicago: DeRozan 34 (12/19, 10/11 tl), Vucevic 27, LaVine 27. Rimbalzi: Vucevic 7, LaVine 7. Assist: Ball 6, Caruso 6.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome material

Comeback from -21, head to head final: Knicks-Bulls a show like in the 90s

" } ["summary"]=> string(633) "Chicago passes 119-115 in New York at the end of a battle worthy of the challenges between Jordan and Ewing. The modern heroes are DeRozan, decisive with 18 of his 34 points in the fourth period, and Randle Like old times. Like when the Madison Square Garden court battles were led by Michael Jordan and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5685) "

Chicago passes 119-115 in New York at the end of a battle worthy of the challenges between Jordan and Ewing. The modern heroes are DeRozan, decisive with 18 of his 34 points in the fourth period, and Randle

Like old times. Like when the Madison Square Garden court battles were led by Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing, and New York-Chicago was worth more than a regular season game in early December. This Knicks-Bulls, however, has kept the tradition of the mid-nineties high, giving the 19,812 spectators crammed into the most famous arena in the world a spectacular challenge, a head-to-head solved only at the end by DeMar DeRozan, the leader of the new Bulls. who with 34 points signed the final 119-115. New York recovered from the 21-point abyss it had fallen into in the second quarter to give its fans this spectacular challenge, with Julius Randle trying to take on Ewing’s shoes with 30 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists. : they weren’t enough.

chicago

The Bulls (15 won-8 lost so far) confirm that they have what it takes to be in the elite of the East. Character, first of all. The one instilled by coach of the month Billy Donovan, the one that DeRozan embodies so well: in the fourth period he put in 18 of his 34 points, finding his way to the basket even when New York had raised a wall in defense and the Bulls attack was struggling . Not DeRozan, one of the last bastions of the average shooting, one who knows how to make a difference even by choosing that solution so invisible to the numbers and statistics. Chicago has its own character, and that of the extraordinary Alex Caruso: he closes with 6 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, but not even the 4 steals say how much difference he made. He is an inexhaustible scooter, probably the best NBA defender seen so far together with Draymond Green: when he is on the field, Chicago trims the Knicks 21 points. Impressive how the team changes: and to think that a few years ago he was about to choose Avellino and Serie A, before opting for a place in the G-League from which he began his climb to glory. Also lethal Nikola Vucevic and Zach LaVine, both with 27 points and 7 rebounds, the discordant note for the Bulls is the bad match of Lonzo Ball, unable both to manage the team and to be useful as a corner shooter (2/10 from ‘ arc and an impressive string of mistakes in the finale): Chicago will need him too if he really wants to be racing.

new york

The Knicks (11-11) must blame the mistakes of the first half for not being able to win, for the energy wasted to recover. Also in this match New York confirmed that it lacks continuity: if Thibodeau’s team is the one seen in the second half, it is definitely worth a place in the sun in the East; if it’s the distracted and soulless one of the first half, repeating last year’s fourth place is pure illusion. The Knicks did not have RJ Barrett and lost Taj Gibson 4 ‘from the first siren to a double technical for protests: yet they fought clinging to Randle’s talent, to Evan Fournier’s triple (16 points and 4 times to target from outside), to the desire of Alec Burks (16 points) to show that Thibs made the right choice by torpedoing Kemba Walker and entrusting him with the role of starting point guard, to the extraordinary defense of Mitchell Robinson (9 points, 8 rebounds and 5 blocks), the whose exit from the field in the final was deleterious, to the now ageless talent of Derrick Rose (16 points and 6 assists from the bench). It was not enough to avoid the second knockout in a row, the fifth in the last 8 games. Thibodeau has a team of character, of course, but something has to change because it is no longer enough.

the match

New York disastrous in the first half and Chicago runs away immediately. The Bulls start the recovery ahead 69-51, but the Knicks come back strongly under even if they overtake for the first time with Randle (106-105) only 4’45 ”from the end. From there it’s a splendid head-to-head that arrives at the last minute at 111-111. It is at that point that the hero DeRozan emerges, taking the Bulls by the hand and leading them to success.

New York: Randle 30 (14/21 from two, 2/5 free throws), Fournier 16, Burks 16, Rose 16. Rebounds: Randle 12. Assists: Randle 6, Rose 6.

Chicago: DeRozan 34 (12/19, 10/11 tl), Vucevic 27, LaVine 27. Rimbalzi: Vucevic 7, LaVine 7. Assist: Ball 6, Caruso 6.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome material

Comeback from -21, head to head final: Knicks-Bulls a show like in the 90s

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In Riccione in the specialty of the heart Fede wins his last Italian title for Aniene. The tribute of the great rivals of the past on the day of the retreat

Such a big heart. Endless emotions and ovations for Federica Pellegrini at the competitive farewell step in the swimming pool where on 8 March 2009 she also achieved the world record in the 200 sl. And it is precisely in the specialty of the heart that Fede wins his last Italian title for the Aniene with which he competed for 15 years.

Final party

Then after the award ceremony the final show together with the champions who came from abroad to pay her homage to an epic career. The last fight as the last pool with the very special friends in the water and on the background of A reckless life by Vasco Rossi. Two laps for a 50 freestyle show and enjoy the latest strokes in her career: with her the Olympians Camelia Potec, Sarah Sjostrom, Femke Heemskerk, Sara Isakovic who lost from Fede in Beijing for gold, as well as the historic Hungarian opponent Evelyn Verraszto , Alice Mizzau representing the blue companions. A last lane to also remember the French Camille Muffat. In short, many years of swimming flow through the thoughts and memories of Faith who has won everything in his career: 58 international medals with at least one gold in all events. Leave as a record holder and world champion in charge of the 200sl. A top retreat.

How many emotions

“It was great, for the support, for the people. It was great also at the Olympics and in Naples, unfortunately in the other matches the stadium was always empty – says a very excited Federica -. In Riccione I was finally able to show a match. to my parents, I swam for the Aniene which has always helped me. Today the people important to me were all there, I’m happy “.

Then the background with Erika Ferraioli, also in the last race: “She told me that today the fatigue was not felt, but I felt it! ‘I have more done. I recovered just in time to be able to compete. My friends of all time have been wonderful. Finally a thank you for all the fans: “Thanks to everyone, maybe in recent years I have managed to get to know myself a little more than in the beginning, when you are young you have a nice closed character”.

Vip

To greet the Divine in the stands are the parents Cinzia and Roberto, the president of Coni, Giovanni Malago ‘, who defines her as the “most popular Italian abroad and what Alberto Tomba was for skiing”. The Bolognese is also in the stands to applaud. And again: Mara Maionchi, judge of Italys’Got Talent with Fede, Daniele Lupo and Carlo Molfetta, the Fede fan club and all those who love her. Before arriving in Riccione, Fede made her debut on the board of directors of the Milan-Cortina 2026 Winter Games and was awarded the honorary citizenship of the Municipality of Riccione for sporting merits.

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Pellegrini, victory and tears in his 200. Also Tomba and Maionchi for the farewell match

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In Riccione in the specialty of the heart Fede wins his last Italian title for Aniene. The tribute of the great rivals of the past on the day of the retreat

Such a big heart. Endless emotions and ovations for Federica Pellegrini at the competitive farewell step in the swimming pool where on 8 March 2009 she also achieved the world record in the 200 sl. And it is precisely in the specialty of the heart that Fede wins his last Italian title for the Aniene with which he competed for 15 years.

Final party

Then after the award ceremony the final show together with the champions who came from abroad to pay her homage to an epic career. The last fight as the last pool with the very special friends in the water and on the background of A reckless life by Vasco Rossi. Two laps for a 50 freestyle show and enjoy the latest strokes in her career: with her the Olympians Camelia Potec, Sarah Sjostrom, Femke Heemskerk, Sara Isakovic who lost from Fede in Beijing for gold, as well as the historic Hungarian opponent Evelyn Verraszto , Alice Mizzau representing the blue companions. A last lane to also remember the French Camille Muffat. In short, many years of swimming flow through the thoughts and memories of Faith who has won everything in his career: 58 international medals with at least one gold in all events. Leave as a record holder and world champion in charge of the 200sl. A top retreat.

How many emotions

“It was great, for the support, for the people. It was great also at the Olympics and in Naples, unfortunately in the other matches the stadium was always empty – says a very excited Federica -. In Riccione I was finally able to show a match. to my parents, I swam for the Aniene which has always helped me. Today the people important to me were all there, I’m happy “.

Then the background with Erika Ferraioli, also in the last race: “She told me that today the fatigue was not felt, but I felt it! ‘I have more done. I recovered just in time to be able to compete. My friends of all time have been wonderful. Finally a thank you for all the fans: “Thanks to everyone, maybe in recent years I have managed to get to know myself a little more than in the beginning, when you are young you have a nice closed character”.

Vip

To greet the Divine in the stands are the parents Cinzia and Roberto, the president of Coni, Giovanni Malago ‘, who defines her as the “most popular Italian abroad and what Alberto Tomba was for skiing”. The Bolognese is also in the stands to applaud. And again: Mara Maionchi, judge of Italys’Got Talent with Fede, Daniele Lupo and Carlo Molfetta, the Fede fan club and all those who love her. Before arriving in Riccione, Fede made her debut on the board of directors of the Milan-Cortina 2026 Winter Games and was awarded the honorary citizenship of the Municipality of Riccione for sporting merits.

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Pellegrini, victory and tears in his 200. Also Tomba and Maionchi for the farewell match

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The myth of the blue sleds, today dt, tells Yanqing on the eve of the start of the World Cup, amid a thousand doubts and restrictions related to Covid

Let’s go. The Olympic luge season begins on Saturday with the first World Cup race: at 9.30 Italian the double, at 12.25 the single, while at 10.55 there will be the women’s single and at 16.35 the relay. It competes in Yanqing, on the same track that will host the Beijing Olympic Games in February. Track of mysteries for everyone, because Covid has prevented, in the last two years, athletes from all over the world from seeing and testing it, and now for this first, fundamental test-event it has imposed very strict security measures, with athletes forced to arrive in China with charters from Frankfurt organized by the IOC and, having arrived there, forced to live between the hotel and the track, with no other possibilities.

Different track

Armin Zoeggeler, world sledding legend, today blue dt, arrived in China a week later than the athletes, who have been on site since November 2nd. It was three weeks of training ahead of this weekend’s races. A “Bignami” that all nations have exploited to acquire as much news as possible towards the Olympics. “It is a beautiful, unique track – explains the 47-year-old carabiniere from Foiana -, even pompous, as only the Chinese can do. Technically interesting, it has aspects that make it resemble the one in Vancouver. It is not easy to go fast in all sections. It is beautiful but for athletes it is not easy, because it is different from all the others. But everyone has the problem of adapting ”.

The blues

For the debut of the World Cup, Italy will field the pairs Emanuel Rieder-Simon Kainzwaldner and Ivan Nagler-Fabian Malleier in the doubles; in single Dominik Fischnaller – struggling with shoulder discomfort -, his cousin Kevin as well as Lukas Gufler (born in 1999) and Leon Felderer (2000), promoted by the Nations Cup; among the women on Sunday Nina Zoeggeler, Marion Oberhofer and Verena Hofer, all qualified, will join Andrea Voetter. “Dominik and Kevin made a good impression in the first tests – explains the Italian Olympian -, while the doubles struggled, with Nagler-Malleier still faster. It is a track to be studied, there are those who love these situations and those who do not. Austrians and Germans, from this point of view, have adapted better. It is very long, 1600 meters, and we must also adapt to the cold and hard ice that will be felt now as in February. A factor that we may potentially like, but who knows. The athletes are all a bit agitated and we are curious. ”

The accident

A bit of agitation, perhaps, is linked to what happened to the Pole Mateusz Sochowicz, who in one of the first training sessions got injured by bumping into a barrier along the track that had to be open but was instead closed. “From what I understand there was a misunderstanding among the staff on which was the start from which the athlete started – says Zoeggeler -. These are things that must not happen and it even went well. The boy broke his leg, he was going about 30-40 km / h, he could have been much worse. And he was good at anticipating the impact and preparing for it. “

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Tobogganing, season at the start. Zoeggeler: “I’ll tell you about the Olympic track”

" } ["summary"]=> string(695) "The myth of the blue sleds, today dt, tells Yanqing on the eve of the start of the World Cup, amid a thousand doubts and restrictions related to Covid Let’s go. The Olympic luge season begins on Saturday with the first World Cup race: at 9.30 Italian the double, at 12.25 the single, while at ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4483) "

The myth of the blue sleds, today dt, tells Yanqing on the eve of the start of the World Cup, amid a thousand doubts and restrictions related to Covid

Let’s go. The Olympic luge season begins on Saturday with the first World Cup race: at 9.30 Italian the double, at 12.25 the single, while at 10.55 there will be the women’s single and at 16.35 the relay. It competes in Yanqing, on the same track that will host the Beijing Olympic Games in February. Track of mysteries for everyone, because Covid has prevented, in the last two years, athletes from all over the world from seeing and testing it, and now for this first, fundamental test-event it has imposed very strict security measures, with athletes forced to arrive in China with charters from Frankfurt organized by the IOC and, having arrived there, forced to live between the hotel and the track, with no other possibilities.

Different track

Armin Zoeggeler, world sledding legend, today blue dt, arrived in China a week later than the athletes, who have been on site since November 2nd. It was three weeks of training ahead of this weekend’s races. A “Bignami” that all nations have exploited to acquire as much news as possible towards the Olympics. “It is a beautiful, unique track – explains the 47-year-old carabiniere from Foiana -, even pompous, as only the Chinese can do. Technically interesting, it has aspects that make it resemble the one in Vancouver. It is not easy to go fast in all sections. It is beautiful but for athletes it is not easy, because it is different from all the others. But everyone has the problem of adapting ”.

The blues

For the debut of the World Cup, Italy will field the pairs Emanuel Rieder-Simon Kainzwaldner and Ivan Nagler-Fabian Malleier in the doubles; in single Dominik Fischnaller – struggling with shoulder discomfort -, his cousin Kevin as well as Lukas Gufler (born in 1999) and Leon Felderer (2000), promoted by the Nations Cup; among the women on Sunday Nina Zoeggeler, Marion Oberhofer and Verena Hofer, all qualified, will join Andrea Voetter. “Dominik and Kevin made a good impression in the first tests – explains the Italian Olympian -, while the doubles struggled, with Nagler-Malleier still faster. It is a track to be studied, there are those who love these situations and those who do not. Austrians and Germans, from this point of view, have adapted better. It is very long, 1600 meters, and we must also adapt to the cold and hard ice that will be felt now as in February. A factor that we may potentially like, but who knows. The athletes are all a bit agitated and we are curious. ”

The accident

A bit of agitation, perhaps, is linked to what happened to the Pole Mateusz Sochowicz, who in one of the first training sessions got injured by bumping into a barrier along the track that had to be open but was instead closed. “From what I understand there was a misunderstanding among the staff on which was the start from which the athlete started – says Zoeggeler -. These are things that must not happen and it even went well. The boy broke his leg, he was going about 30-40 km / h, he could have been much worse. And he was good at anticipating the impact and preparing for it. “

We wish to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this remarkable material

Tobogganing, season at the start. Zoeggeler: “I’ll tell you about the Olympic track”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638540518) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(84) "Unorthodox ‘train in a capsule’ could offer simple solution for at-risk patients" ["link"]=> string(116) "https://travors.com/healthandscience/unorthodox-train-in-a-capsule-could-offer-simple-solution-for-at-risk-patients/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 13:54:44 +0000" ["category"]=> string(73) "Health And ScienceatriskcapsuleofferpatientssimplesolutiontrainUnorthodox" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=581" ["description"]=> string(744) "Journal Reference: Joshua A. Chu‐Tan, Max Kirkby, Riccardo Natoli. Running to save sight: The effects of exercise on retinal health and function. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/ceo.14023 The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise. The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4985) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Joshua A. Chu‐Tan, Max Kirkby, Riccardo Natoli. Running to save sight: The effects of exercise on retinal health and function. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/ceo.14023

The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise.

The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what impact these molecular messages have on retinal health, but also the central nervous system and eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Associate Professor Riccardo Natoli, Head of Clear Vision Research at ANU, says the molecules could potentially be hijacked, recoded and “bottled up” in a pill and taken like a vitamin.

“The beneficial messages being sent to the central nervous system during exercise are packaged up in what are known as lipid particles. We are essentially prescribing the molecular message of exercise to those who physically aren’t able to,” he said.

“We think that as you age, the ability to communicate between the muscles and the retina starts to be lost. Similar to taking supplements, maybe we can provide genetic or molecular supplementation that enables that natural biological process to continue as we age.

“Our goal is to figure out what these molecules are communicating to the body and how they’re communicating.”

New ANU research has examined existing literature into the effects of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes. Specifically, the researchers set out to discover what impact exercise has on the retina — the light-sensing part of the eye — and whether exercise can help maintain good eyesight as we age.

Dr Joshua Chu-Tan, also from the ANU Clear Vision Research Lab, says further research is needed to understand how these molecular signals, which are sent from the rest of the body when we exercise, actually reach our brain and eyes.

He says the team’s preliminary research into the benefits of exercise on the retina has unearthed some “promising” results.

“We know exercise is good for our eyesight, but to what extent is still unknown. Our aim is to understand the benefits of exercise at the molecular level and how it is beneficial for the central nervous system and the retina,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We found the benefits of exercise extend far beyond what has traditionally been known, however this has been largely understudied in the retina, despite the retina being an extension of the brain.

“One of the main goals of doing this review was to determine what’s going on inside the body after we exercise that gives us the benefits of exercise, and why physical activity is so good for our brain and eyes.”

The futuristic therapy could one day help patients suffering from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

“It’s been suggested that prescribing exercise to patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can help improve and slow down the disease progression,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We know that from looking at diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s if you exercise in a particular fashion you can potentially stimulate neuronal activity.

“That hasn’t really been looked at in the retina at the level we’re thinking of. We want to understand the molecular messages that underpin the benefits of exercise.”

The researchers say the supplement would be intended only for patients who have restricted movement that renders them unable to exercise at an intensity needed to reap the rewards. It is not intended for the general public.

“We can’t possibly package all the effects of exercise into a single pill, there are too many benefits that stretch throughout the entire body beyond what we could ‘prescribe’ and that’s not the goal,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

Dr Chu-Tan, Tuckwell Scholar Max Kirkby and Associate Professor Natoli’s systematic review of existing literature into the benefits of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes, including the retina, is published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.

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Unorthodox ‘train in a capsule’ could offer simple solution for at-risk patients

" } ["summary"]=> string(744) "Journal Reference: Joshua A. Chu‐Tan, Max Kirkby, Riccardo Natoli. Running to save sight: The effects of exercise on retinal health and function. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/ceo.14023 The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise. The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4985) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Joshua A. Chu‐Tan, Max Kirkby, Riccardo Natoli. Running to save sight: The effects of exercise on retinal health and function. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology, 2021; DOI: 10.1111/ceo.14023

The molecular messages are sent to our brain and potentially our eyes immediately after we exercise.

The ANU team is conducting research to better understand what impact these molecular messages have on retinal health, but also the central nervous system and eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Associate Professor Riccardo Natoli, Head of Clear Vision Research at ANU, says the molecules could potentially be hijacked, recoded and “bottled up” in a pill and taken like a vitamin.

“The beneficial messages being sent to the central nervous system during exercise are packaged up in what are known as lipid particles. We are essentially prescribing the molecular message of exercise to those who physically aren’t able to,” he said.

“We think that as you age, the ability to communicate between the muscles and the retina starts to be lost. Similar to taking supplements, maybe we can provide genetic or molecular supplementation that enables that natural biological process to continue as we age.

“Our goal is to figure out what these molecules are communicating to the body and how they’re communicating.”

New ANU research has examined existing literature into the effects of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes. Specifically, the researchers set out to discover what impact exercise has on the retina — the light-sensing part of the eye — and whether exercise can help maintain good eyesight as we age.

Dr Joshua Chu-Tan, also from the ANU Clear Vision Research Lab, says further research is needed to understand how these molecular signals, which are sent from the rest of the body when we exercise, actually reach our brain and eyes.

He says the team’s preliminary research into the benefits of exercise on the retina has unearthed some “promising” results.

“We know exercise is good for our eyesight, but to what extent is still unknown. Our aim is to understand the benefits of exercise at the molecular level and how it is beneficial for the central nervous system and the retina,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We found the benefits of exercise extend far beyond what has traditionally been known, however this has been largely understudied in the retina, despite the retina being an extension of the brain.

“One of the main goals of doing this review was to determine what’s going on inside the body after we exercise that gives us the benefits of exercise, and why physical activity is so good for our brain and eyes.”

The futuristic therapy could one day help patients suffering from neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

“It’s been suggested that prescribing exercise to patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s can help improve and slow down the disease progression,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

“We know that from looking at diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s if you exercise in a particular fashion you can potentially stimulate neuronal activity.

“That hasn’t really been looked at in the retina at the level we’re thinking of. We want to understand the molecular messages that underpin the benefits of exercise.”

The researchers say the supplement would be intended only for patients who have restricted movement that renders them unable to exercise at an intensity needed to reap the rewards. It is not intended for the general public.

“We can’t possibly package all the effects of exercise into a single pill, there are too many benefits that stretch throughout the entire body beyond what we could ‘prescribe’ and that’s not the goal,” Dr Chu-Tan said.

Dr Chu-Tan, Tuckwell Scholar Max Kirkby and Associate Professor Natoli’s systematic review of existing literature into the benefits of exercise on the central nervous system and eyes, including the retina, is published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology.

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Unorthodox ‘train in a capsule’ could offer simple solution for at-risk patients

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638539684) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(61) "Incredible Memphis: Wins by 73! Suns unstoppable, Bucks stop" ["link"]=> string(82) "https://travors.com/nba/incredible-memphis-wins-by-73-suns-unstoppable-bucks-stop/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Holly June" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 13:38:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(44) "NBABucksincredibleMemphisSunsunstoppablewins" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=578" ["description"]=> string(658) "The Grizzlies establish the new NBA record for success with greater waste by destroying the hapless Thunder. Phoenix extends the streak to 18 by beating Detroit. Toronto folds Milwaukee, without Antetokounmpo Simone Sandri @simonesandri December 3 – new york The Grizzlies establish a new NBA record by overcoming the unfortunate Thunder by an incredible 73-point ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5896) "

The Grizzlies establish the new NBA record for success with greater waste by destroying the hapless Thunder. Phoenix extends the streak to 18 by beating Detroit. Toronto folds Milwaukee, without Antetokounmpo

Simone Sandri

@simonesandri

The Grizzlies establish a new NBA record by overcoming the unfortunate Thunder by an incredible 73-point margin, the Bucks are knocked out in Toronto while Phoenix wins the 18th consecutive success by overtaking Detroit.

memphis-oklahoma city 152-79

It is useless to double check the result, it is correct. The Grizzlies (12-10) destroy the Thunder (6-16) and establish a new NBA record: the margin of 73 points is the highest in the history of the league and surpasses the previous record set by the Cavaliers (68 in a 148-80 against the Heat on December 17, 1991). Memphis was also deprived of its best player, Ja Morant, out with a left knee problem. The Grizzlies shoot with an incredible 62.5% from the field and 52.8% from long distance and score nine players in double figures.

Memphis: Jackson Jr. 27 (3/4, 6/7, 3/3 tl), Melton 19, Aldama 18. Rebounds: Aldama 10. Assists: Jones 9.

Oklahoma City: Dort 15 (1/2, 2/6, 7/8 tl), Mann, Jerome, Muscala 12. Rimbalzi: Muscala, Robinson Earl 5. Assist: Jerome 4.

toronto-milwaukee 97-93

With Giannis Antetokounmpo as a precaution in the pits due to a muscle problem, the reigning champions are knocked out in Toronto. Milwaukee (14-9) fails to contain an excellent VanVleet, who changes gears in the fourth fraction, signs 13 of his 29 points and leads the Raptors (10-13) to success. The streak of eight consecutive victories for the Bucks comes to an end, also without Brook Lopez, who was operated on yesterday on his back. It will stay out for a long time. Siakam and rookie Barnes also did well.

Toronto: VanVleet 29 (4/7, 5/10, 6/6 tl), Siakam 20, Barnes 13. Rebounds: Trent Jr., Achiuwa, Siakam 8. Assists: VanVleet, Barnes, Siakam 4.

Milwaukee: Holiday 26 (6/14, 4/5, 2/5 tl), Middleton 22, Portis 15. Rimbalzi: Portis 11. Assist: Holiday 8.

phoenix-detroit 114-103

No Booker, no problem. Even without his best scorer Phoenix (19-3) continues the march passing the Pistons (4-18) and thus conquering the 18th consecutive success. CP3 and his companions then set a new record for the Arizona franchise. After dominating the first half, the Suns fall asleep in the third fraction, Detroit returns to the game with a 17-0 run but as soon as the home team senses the danger, it resumes playing and takes off.

Phoenix: Johnson 19 (3/5, 4/6, 1/2 tl), Payne 19 (7/13, 1/1, 2/2 tl), Bridges 18. Rimbalzi: Ayton 12. Assist: Paul 12.

Detroit: Grant 34 (8/16, 2/3, 12/14 tl), Cunningham 19, Stewart 14. Rimbalzi: Stewart 12. Assist: Cunningham 5.

portland-san antonio 83-114

Third consecutive success for the Spurs (7-13) who get rid of the Blazers (11-12) without any major problems, without their leader Lillard. The Texan team dominated far and wide and started the credits with a partial 12-0 in the middle of the last quarter. Very good performance by Forbes who gives coach Popovich 18 points in just 15 ‘from the bench.

Portland: McCollum 16 (5/12, 2/6, 0/2 tl), Powell 16 (1/7, 2/5, 8/7 tl), McLemore 11. Rimbalzi: Nurkic 7. Assist: Smith Jr. 5.

San antonio: Forbes 18 (4/4, 3/5, 1/1 tl), McDermott 16, Murray 15. Rebounds: Poeltl 9. Assists: Murray 13.

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Incredible Memphis: Wins by 73! Suns unstoppable, Bucks stop

" } ["summary"]=> string(658) "The Grizzlies establish the new NBA record for success with greater waste by destroying the hapless Thunder. Phoenix extends the streak to 18 by beating Detroit. Toronto folds Milwaukee, without Antetokounmpo Simone Sandri @simonesandri December 3 – new york The Grizzlies establish a new NBA record by overcoming the unfortunate Thunder by an incredible 73-point ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5896) "

The Grizzlies establish the new NBA record for success with greater waste by destroying the hapless Thunder. Phoenix extends the streak to 18 by beating Detroit. Toronto folds Milwaukee, without Antetokounmpo

Simone Sandri

@simonesandri

The Grizzlies establish a new NBA record by overcoming the unfortunate Thunder by an incredible 73-point margin, the Bucks are knocked out in Toronto while Phoenix wins the 18th consecutive success by overtaking Detroit.

memphis-oklahoma city 152-79

It is useless to double check the result, it is correct. The Grizzlies (12-10) destroy the Thunder (6-16) and establish a new NBA record: the margin of 73 points is the highest in the history of the league and surpasses the previous record set by the Cavaliers (68 in a 148-80 against the Heat on December 17, 1991). Memphis was also deprived of its best player, Ja Morant, out with a left knee problem. The Grizzlies shoot with an incredible 62.5% from the field and 52.8% from long distance and score nine players in double figures.

Memphis: Jackson Jr. 27 (3/4, 6/7, 3/3 tl), Melton 19, Aldama 18. Rebounds: Aldama 10. Assists: Jones 9.

Oklahoma City: Dort 15 (1/2, 2/6, 7/8 tl), Mann, Jerome, Muscala 12. Rimbalzi: Muscala, Robinson Earl 5. Assist: Jerome 4.

toronto-milwaukee 97-93

With Giannis Antetokounmpo as a precaution in the pits due to a muscle problem, the reigning champions are knocked out in Toronto. Milwaukee (14-9) fails to contain an excellent VanVleet, who changes gears in the fourth fraction, signs 13 of his 29 points and leads the Raptors (10-13) to success. The streak of eight consecutive victories for the Bucks comes to an end, also without Brook Lopez, who was operated on yesterday on his back. It will stay out for a long time. Siakam and rookie Barnes also did well.

Toronto: VanVleet 29 (4/7, 5/10, 6/6 tl), Siakam 20, Barnes 13. Rebounds: Trent Jr., Achiuwa, Siakam 8. Assists: VanVleet, Barnes, Siakam 4.

Milwaukee: Holiday 26 (6/14, 4/5, 2/5 tl), Middleton 22, Portis 15. Rimbalzi: Portis 11. Assist: Holiday 8.

phoenix-detroit 114-103

No Booker, no problem. Even without his best scorer Phoenix (19-3) continues the march passing the Pistons (4-18) and thus conquering the 18th consecutive success. CP3 and his companions then set a new record for the Arizona franchise. After dominating the first half, the Suns fall asleep in the third fraction, Detroit returns to the game with a 17-0 run but as soon as the home team senses the danger, it resumes playing and takes off.

Phoenix: Johnson 19 (3/5, 4/6, 1/2 tl), Payne 19 (7/13, 1/1, 2/2 tl), Bridges 18. Rimbalzi: Ayton 12. Assist: Paul 12.

Detroit: Grant 34 (8/16, 2/3, 12/14 tl), Cunningham 19, Stewart 14. Rimbalzi: Stewart 12. Assist: Cunningham 5.

portland-san antonio 83-114

Third consecutive success for the Spurs (7-13) who get rid of the Blazers (11-12) without any major problems, without their leader Lillard. The Texan team dominated far and wide and started the credits with a partial 12-0 in the middle of the last quarter. Very good performance by Forbes who gives coach Popovich 18 points in just 15 ‘from the bench.

Portland: McCollum 16 (5/12, 2/6, 0/2 tl), Powell 16 (1/7, 2/5, 8/7 tl), McLemore 11. Rimbalzi: Nurkic 7. Assist: Smith Jr. 5.

San antonio: Forbes 18 (4/4, 3/5, 1/1 tl), McDermott 16, Murray 15. Rebounds: Poeltl 9. Assists: Murray 13.

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Incredible Memphis: Wins by 73! Suns unstoppable, Bucks stop

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638538681) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(93) "From Volandri to Sinner, Italy of the first times. Sonego: “Victory also for Berrettini”" ["link"]=> string(111) "https://travors.com/tennis/from-volandri-to-sinner-italy-of-the-first-times-sonego-victory-also-for-berrettini/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Kent Miner" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 13:32:18 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "TennisBerrettiniItalySinnerSonegotimesVictoryVolandri" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=575" ["description"]=> string(713) "A team never seen before played in Turin, from the captain to Jannik, from Musetti to Lorenzo. The latter, who took over from the injured Berrettini, dedicated the success to him Filippo Volandri, from Davis, has played many, but the first time as captain, sitting on the bench to suffer (luckily a very relative suffering ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4203) "

A team never seen before played in Turin, from the captain to Jannik, from Musetti to Lorenzo. The latter, who took over from the injured Berrettini, dedicated the success to him

Filippo Volandri, from Davis, has played many, but the first time as captain, sitting on the bench to suffer (luckily a very relative suffering thanks to the performance of his boys) he never forgets. Excited, tense, the former number 25 in the world can only applaud his friends: “They were all extraordinary – he said after the 2-1 against the USA -. I was very excited, but I decided not to fight this feeling, I wanted to be overwhelmed by this new sensation and enjoy it to the full ».

Lorenzo Sonego gave him the first joy of the day with an impeccable match, Sinner closed the game by giving John Isner just two games: “Sonny was extraordinary, he played a perfect tie break, he really wanted to do well in front of everyone his friends, in his city. And Jannik showed a sensational, extraordinary maturity. He looked like a veteran. Even the double, with Musetti’s debut, was a beautiful discovery beyond the defeat against a very strong duo and expert “. Now there is Colombia, on paper much less dangerous than the US, especially in light of the Azzurri’s performance: “We have put in a first brick, we still have a complicated commitment ahead of us. They have very strong doubts and great fighters in singles. We remain focused. “.

Blue red

Jannik Sinner was greeted by the Italian public with another ovation. After his debut at the Finals, Davis praised him even more. Thanks to that shirt that changes your perception of the pitch a little, which raises the fight to another level: “The shirt with ‘Italy’ written and the flag on the chest means a lot to me – he said after the match dominated with Isner -. I think it’s the best shirt I’ve had this year. The night I got it I immediately put it on to see how I was. ” A blue that lights up the red of Italian tennis, at the first experience in the team: “When you are part of a team you can ask for advice from other players such as Fognini and Bolelli who have a lot of experience. For me it is an honor to play in the Davis Cup. I have seen many Italy matches on TV and I am proud to be part of this group “.

Sonny per Berrettini

Lorenzo Sonego was the most awaited at the Pala Alpitour, he who was born and raised in Turin wanted to make a good impression in front of the friends who came to cheer him on. And an extra motivation was also given by Matteo Berrettini, n. 1 injured, that Davis sees her in spite of herself as a spectator after the injury in the Finals: “Matteo wrote to me yesterday to say good luck. I would have liked to share these emotions with him. For me it was devastating to see how much he is success. This victory is also for him “. And then, he revealed the secret of the break against Opelka: “On the 4-3 at the sports hall they played my song, obviously it was easier to break …”.

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From Volandri to Sinner, Italy of the first times. Sonego: “Victory also for Berrettini”

" } ["summary"]=> string(713) "A team never seen before played in Turin, from the captain to Jannik, from Musetti to Lorenzo. The latter, who took over from the injured Berrettini, dedicated the success to him Filippo Volandri, from Davis, has played many, but the first time as captain, sitting on the bench to suffer (luckily a very relative suffering ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4203) "

A team never seen before played in Turin, from the captain to Jannik, from Musetti to Lorenzo. The latter, who took over from the injured Berrettini, dedicated the success to him

Filippo Volandri, from Davis, has played many, but the first time as captain, sitting on the bench to suffer (luckily a very relative suffering thanks to the performance of his boys) he never forgets. Excited, tense, the former number 25 in the world can only applaud his friends: “They were all extraordinary – he said after the 2-1 against the USA -. I was very excited, but I decided not to fight this feeling, I wanted to be overwhelmed by this new sensation and enjoy it to the full ».

Lorenzo Sonego gave him the first joy of the day with an impeccable match, Sinner closed the game by giving John Isner just two games: “Sonny was extraordinary, he played a perfect tie break, he really wanted to do well in front of everyone his friends, in his city. And Jannik showed a sensational, extraordinary maturity. He looked like a veteran. Even the double, with Musetti’s debut, was a beautiful discovery beyond the defeat against a very strong duo and expert “. Now there is Colombia, on paper much less dangerous than the US, especially in light of the Azzurri’s performance: “We have put in a first brick, we still have a complicated commitment ahead of us. They have very strong doubts and great fighters in singles. We remain focused. “.

Blue red

Jannik Sinner was greeted by the Italian public with another ovation. After his debut at the Finals, Davis praised him even more. Thanks to that shirt that changes your perception of the pitch a little, which raises the fight to another level: “The shirt with ‘Italy’ written and the flag on the chest means a lot to me – he said after the match dominated with Isner -. I think it’s the best shirt I’ve had this year. The night I got it I immediately put it on to see how I was. ” A blue that lights up the red of Italian tennis, at the first experience in the team: “When you are part of a team you can ask for advice from other players such as Fognini and Bolelli who have a lot of experience. For me it is an honor to play in the Davis Cup. I have seen many Italy matches on TV and I am proud to be part of this group “.

Sonny per Berrettini

Lorenzo Sonego was the most awaited at the Pala Alpitour, he who was born and raised in Turin wanted to make a good impression in front of the friends who came to cheer him on. And an extra motivation was also given by Matteo Berrettini, n. 1 injured, that Davis sees her in spite of herself as a spectator after the injury in the Finals: “Matteo wrote to me yesterday to say good luck. I would have liked to share these emotions with him. For me it was devastating to see how much he is success. This victory is also for him “. And then, he revealed the secret of the break against Opelka: “On the 4-3 at the sports hall they played my song, obviously it was easier to break …”.

We want to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing web content

From Volandri to Sinner, Italy of the first times. Sonego: “Victory also for Berrettini”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638538338) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(84) "Wrc, Hyundai i20 N Rally 1, here is the hybrid prototype: the first photos in action" ["link"]=> string(111) "https://travors.com/motoring/wrc-hyundai-i20-n-rally-1-here-is-the-hybrid-prototype-the-first-photos-in-action/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Eden Kently" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 12:44:17 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "MotoringactionhybridHyundaii20photosprototypeRallyWrc" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=572" ["description"]=> string(673) "The South Korean manufacturer continues testing in the French Alps with the prototype of the hybrid car that will make its debut in the WRC 2022 World Championship starting from the Monte Carlo Rally scheduled for January The date marked in red on the calendar coincides with the weekend of 23 January 2022, when the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5199) "

The South Korean manufacturer continues testing in the French Alps with the prototype of the hybrid car that will make its debut in the WRC 2022 World Championship starting from the Monte Carlo Rally scheduled for January

The date marked in red on the calendar coincides with the weekend of 23 January 2022, when the WRC World Championship with the Monte Carlo Rally will enter a new era, that of the Rally1 class hybrid cars. Meanwhile, the tests of the manufacturers involved in the world championship continue, with Hyundai testing the new i20 N Wrc on the (snow-covered) roads of the French Alps. We saw a car that appeared in white livery, for the first time without a camouflaged body, which represents a complete development compared to the first prototype tested in the past few weeks.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE PROTOTYPE IN THE TESTS

The Hyundai i20 N is a completely new prototype, as explained by Andrea Adamo, team principal of Hyundai Motorsport, both in terms of the chassis, both of the transmission, and of the developments to the hybrid engine that combines the thermal unit derived from the previous Wrc Plus with the electric one. “Everything is different – said Adamo, also underlining the needs that led to redesigning the lines of the car -, we did a great job”. The prototype tested in the French Alps saw the Belgian Christian Loriaux at the wheel.

WRC 2022: THE NEW HYBRID CARS

While the tests at Hyundai, Toyota and M-Sport Ford proceed at a fast pace, with the cars of the new Rally1 class put to the test on asphalt, dirt and snow, the expectation is growing for a 2022 season that will represent a revolution in the world of rallies. The new technical regulation foresees, in fact, the use of hybrid cars that will have to move in fully electric mode near the service parks and in some portions of the races. The cars will be able to recover energy during braking and deceleration.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE EXTERIOR

Compared to the previous generation of the Wrc Plus class, the new Hyundai i20 N Rally1 highlights novelties in terms of aerodynamics – overall there is a simplification imposed by the technical regulations – and of the exterior: the flaps disappear from the front, while the front wheel arches go to “merge” into the bumper with a pronounced slide. The air intakes on the bonnet, then, have different shapes, with the addition of an outlet above the logo of the South Korean brand. The side view also highlights novelties in particular in the rear, where two “Naca” type air intakes stand out (solutions historically applied to various high-performance supercars, for example the Ferrari F40 introduced them on the front hood), useful for convey the air inside the cooling ducts also to the advantage of optimizing the temperatures in the braking system.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE REAR

The rear wheel arches of the Hyundai i20 N Rally1 are also new, with an unusual shape in the middle part, a sort of “V” profile, which could facilitate the optimization of the load, considering the aerodynamic simplification that also affects this part of the Rally1 car. At the rear, furthermore, characterized by a maxi wing with two main horizontal profiles and two appendages at the ends, the Hyundai prototype used in the tests sports a decidedly less extreme bumper than the previous Wrc Plus generation (the extractor disappears by regulation), in which two large side air intakes appear. If the main evolution of the Rally1 class cars is represented by the introduction of the electrical component of the powertrain, which has a total weight of less than 100 kg and is housed on the rear axle, precisely this area of ​​the new cars highlights substantial introductions, where it will be essential for manufacturers to optimize the load by combining the flow of hot air exiting the brakes / electrical system and the cooler air flow under the car.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this article for this amazing content

Wrc, Hyundai i20 N Rally 1, here is the hybrid prototype: the first photos in action

" } ["summary"]=> string(673) "The South Korean manufacturer continues testing in the French Alps with the prototype of the hybrid car that will make its debut in the WRC 2022 World Championship starting from the Monte Carlo Rally scheduled for January The date marked in red on the calendar coincides with the weekend of 23 January 2022, when the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5199) "

The South Korean manufacturer continues testing in the French Alps with the prototype of the hybrid car that will make its debut in the WRC 2022 World Championship starting from the Monte Carlo Rally scheduled for January

The date marked in red on the calendar coincides with the weekend of 23 January 2022, when the WRC World Championship with the Monte Carlo Rally will enter a new era, that of the Rally1 class hybrid cars. Meanwhile, the tests of the manufacturers involved in the world championship continue, with Hyundai testing the new i20 N Wrc on the (snow-covered) roads of the French Alps. We saw a car that appeared in white livery, for the first time without a camouflaged body, which represents a complete development compared to the first prototype tested in the past few weeks.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE PROTOTYPE IN THE TESTS

The Hyundai i20 N is a completely new prototype, as explained by Andrea Adamo, team principal of Hyundai Motorsport, both in terms of the chassis, both of the transmission, and of the developments to the hybrid engine that combines the thermal unit derived from the previous Wrc Plus with the electric one. “Everything is different – said Adamo, also underlining the needs that led to redesigning the lines of the car -, we did a great job”. The prototype tested in the French Alps saw the Belgian Christian Loriaux at the wheel.

WRC 2022: THE NEW HYBRID CARS

While the tests at Hyundai, Toyota and M-Sport Ford proceed at a fast pace, with the cars of the new Rally1 class put to the test on asphalt, dirt and snow, the expectation is growing for a 2022 season that will represent a revolution in the world of rallies. The new technical regulation foresees, in fact, the use of hybrid cars that will have to move in fully electric mode near the service parks and in some portions of the races. The cars will be able to recover energy during braking and deceleration.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE EXTERIOR

Compared to the previous generation of the Wrc Plus class, the new Hyundai i20 N Rally1 highlights novelties in terms of aerodynamics – overall there is a simplification imposed by the technical regulations – and of the exterior: the flaps disappear from the front, while the front wheel arches go to “merge” into the bumper with a pronounced slide. The air intakes on the bonnet, then, have different shapes, with the addition of an outlet above the logo of the South Korean brand. The side view also highlights novelties in particular in the rear, where two “Naca” type air intakes stand out (solutions historically applied to various high-performance supercars, for example the Ferrari F40 introduced them on the front hood), useful for convey the air inside the cooling ducts also to the advantage of optimizing the temperatures in the braking system.

HYUNDAI I20 N RALLY1: THE REAR

The rear wheel arches of the Hyundai i20 N Rally1 are also new, with an unusual shape in the middle part, a sort of “V” profile, which could facilitate the optimization of the load, considering the aerodynamic simplification that also affects this part of the Rally1 car. At the rear, furthermore, characterized by a maxi wing with two main horizontal profiles and two appendages at the ends, the Hyundai prototype used in the tests sports a decidedly less extreme bumper than the previous Wrc Plus generation (the extractor disappears by regulation), in which two large side air intakes appear. If the main evolution of the Rally1 class cars is represented by the introduction of the electrical component of the powertrain, which has a total weight of less than 100 kg and is housed on the rear axle, precisely this area of ​​the new cars highlights substantial introductions, where it will be essential for manufacturers to optimize the load by combining the flow of hot air exiting the brakes / electrical system and the cooler air flow under the car.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this article for this amazing content

Wrc, Hyundai i20 N Rally 1, here is the hybrid prototype: the first photos in action

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1638535457) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer" ["link"]=> string(96) "https://travors.com/healthandscience/twisting-elusive-quantum-particles-with-a-quantum-computer/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Dec 2021 12:37:54 +0000" ["category"]=> string(49) "Health And ScienceelusiveparticlesQuantumTwisting" ["guid"]=> string(26) "https://travors.com/?p=570" ["description"]=> string(591) "Journal Reference: K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5255) "

Journal Reference:

  1. K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. Burkett, N. Bushnell, B. Chiaro, R. Collins, W. Courtney, S. Demura, A. R. Derk, D. Eppens, C. Erickson, L. Faoro, E. Farhi, A. G. Fowler, B. Foxen, M. Giustina, A. Greene, J. A. Gross, M. P. Harrigan, S. D. Harrington, J. Hilton, S. Hong, T. Huang, W. J. Huggins, L. B. Ioffe, S. V. Isakov, E. Jeffrey, Z. Jiang, D. Kafri, K. Kechedzhi, T. Khattar, S. Kim, P. V. Klimov, A. N. Korotkov, F. Kostritsa, D. Landhuis, P. Laptev, A. Locharla, E. Lucero, O. Martin, J. R. McClean, M. McEwen, K. C. Miao, M. Mohseni, S. Montazeri, W. Mruczkiewicz, J. Mutus, O. Naaman, M. Neeley, C. Neill, M. Y. Niu, T. E. O’Brien, A. Opremcak, B. Pató, A. Petukhov, N. C. Rubin, D. Sank, V. Shvarts, D. Strain, M. Szalay, B. Villalonga, T. C. White, Z. Yao, P. Yeh, J. Yoo, A. Zalcman, H. Neven, S. Boixo, A. Megrant, Y. Chen, J. Kelly, V. Smelyanskiy, A. Kitaev, M. Knap, F. Pollmann, P. Roushan. Realizing topologically ordered states on a quantum processor. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1237 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi8378

What would it be like if we lived in a flat two-dimensional world? Physicists predict that quantum mechanics would be even stranger in that case resulting in exotic particles — so-called “anyons” — that cannot exist in the three-dimensional world we live in. This unfamiliar world is not just a curiosity but may be key to unlocking quantum materials and technologies of the future.

In collaboration with the Google Quantum AI team scientists from the Technical University of Munich and the University of Nottingham used a highly controllable quantum processor to simulate such states of quantum matter. Their results appear in the current issue of the scientific journal Science.

Emergent quantum particles in two-dimensional systems

All particles in our universe come in two flavors, bosons or fermions. In the three-dimensional world we live in, this observation stands firm. However, it was theoretically predicted almost 50 years ago that other types of particles, dubbed anyons, could exist when matter is confined to two dimensions.

While these anyons do not appear as elementary particles in our universe, it turns out that anyonic particles can emerge as collective excitations in so-called topological phases of matter, for which the Nobel prize was awarded in 2016.

“Twisting pairs of these anyons by moving them around one another in the simulation unveils their exotic properties — physicists call it braiding statistics,” says Dr. Adam Smith from the University of Nottingham.

A simple picture for these collective excitations is “the wave” in a stadium crowd — it has a well-defined position, but it cannot exist without the thousands of people that make up the crowd. However, realizing and simulating such topologically ordered states experimentally has proven to be extremely challenging.

Quantum processors as a platform for controlled quantum simulations

In landmark experiments, the teams from TUM, Google Quantum AI, and the University of Nottingham programmed Google’s quantum processor to simulate these two-dimensional states of quantum matter. “Google’s quantum processor named ‘Sycamore’ can be precisely controlled and is a well-isolated quantum system, which are key requirements for performing quantum computations,” says Kevin Satzinger, a scientist from the Google team.

The researchers came up with a quantum algorithm to realize a state with topological order, which was confirmed by simulating the creation of anyon excitations and twisting them around one another. Fingerprints from long-range quantum entanglement could be confirmed in their study. As a possible application, such topologically ordered states can be used to improve quantum computers by realizing new ways of error correction. First steps toward this goal have already been achieved in their work.

“Near term quantum processors will represent an ideal platform to explore the physics of exotic quantum phases matter,” says Prof. Frank Pollmann from TUM. “In the near future, quantum processors promise to solve problems that are beyond the reach of current classical supercomputers.”

We want to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable content

Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer

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Journal Reference:

  1. K. J. Satzinger, Y.-J Liu, A. Smith, C. Knapp, M. Newman, C. Jones, Z. Chen, C. Quintana, X. Mi, A. Dunsworth, C. Gidney, I. Aleiner, F. Arute, K. Arya, J. Atalaya, R. Babbush, J. C. Bardin, R. Barends, J. Basso, A. Bengtsson, A. Bilmes, M. Broughton, B. B. Buckley, D. A. Buell, B. Burkett, N. Bushnell, B. Chiaro, R. Collins, W. Courtney, S. Demura, A. R. Derk, D. Eppens, C. Erickson, L. Faoro, E. Farhi, A. G. Fowler, B. Foxen, M. Giustina, A. Greene, J. A. Gross, M. P. Harrigan, S. D. Harrington, J. Hilton, S. Hong, T. Huang, W. J. Huggins, L. B. Ioffe, S. V. Isakov, E. Jeffrey, Z. Jiang, D. Kafri, K. Kechedzhi, T. Khattar, S. Kim, P. V. Klimov, A. N. Korotkov, F. Kostritsa, D. Landhuis, P. Laptev, A. Locharla, E. Lucero, O. Martin, J. R. McClean, M. McEwen, K. C. Miao, M. Mohseni, S. Montazeri, W. Mruczkiewicz, J. Mutus, O. Naaman, M. Neeley, C. Neill, M. Y. Niu, T. E. O’Brien, A. Opremcak, B. Pató, A. Petukhov, N. C. Rubin, D. Sank, V. Shvarts, D. Strain, M. Szalay, B. Villalonga, T. C. White, Z. Yao, P. Yeh, J. Yoo, A. Zalcman, H. Neven, S. Boixo, A. Megrant, Y. Chen, J. Kelly, V. Smelyanskiy, A. Kitaev, M. Knap, F. Pollmann, P. Roushan. Realizing topologically ordered states on a quantum processor. Science, 2021; 374 (6572): 1237 DOI: 10.1126/science.abi8378

What would it be like if we lived in a flat two-dimensional world? Physicists predict that quantum mechanics would be even stranger in that case resulting in exotic particles — so-called “anyons” — that cannot exist in the three-dimensional world we live in. This unfamiliar world is not just a curiosity but may be key to unlocking quantum materials and technologies of the future.

In collaboration with the Google Quantum AI team scientists from the Technical University of Munich and the University of Nottingham used a highly controllable quantum processor to simulate such states of quantum matter. Their results appear in the current issue of the scientific journal Science.

Emergent quantum particles in two-dimensional systems

All particles in our universe come in two flavors, bosons or fermions. In the three-dimensional world we live in, this observation stands firm. However, it was theoretically predicted almost 50 years ago that other types of particles, dubbed anyons, could exist when matter is confined to two dimensions.

While these anyons do not appear as elementary particles in our universe, it turns out that anyonic particles can emerge as collective excitations in so-called topological phases of matter, for which the Nobel prize was awarded in 2016.

“Twisting pairs of these anyons by moving them around one another in the simulation unveils their exotic properties — physicists call it braiding statistics,” says Dr. Adam Smith from the University of Nottingham.

A simple picture for these collective excitations is “the wave” in a stadium crowd — it has a well-defined position, but it cannot exist without the thousands of people that make up the crowd. However, realizing and simulating such topologically ordered states experimentally has proven to be extremely challenging.

Quantum processors as a platform for controlled quantum simulations

In landmark experiments, the teams from TUM, Google Quantum AI, and the University of Nottingham programmed Google’s quantum processor to simulate these two-dimensional states of quantum matter. “Google’s quantum processor named ‘Sycamore’ can be precisely controlled and is a well-isolated quantum system, which are key requirements for performing quantum computations,” says Kevin Satzinger, a scientist from the Google team.

The researchers came up with a quantum algorithm to realize a state with topological order, which was confirmed by simulating the creation of anyon excitations and twisting them around one another. Fingerprints from long-range quantum entanglement could be confirmed in their study. As a possible application, such topologically ordered states can be used to improve quantum computers by realizing new ways of error correction. First steps toward this goal have already been achieved in their work.

“Near term quantum processors will represent an ideal platform to explore the physics of exotic quantum phases matter,” says Prof. Frank Pollmann from TUM. “In the near future, quantum processors promise to solve problems that are beyond the reach of current classical supercomputers.”

We want to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable content

Twisting elusive quantum particles with a quantum computer

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