## the potential of DREOS Quantum

Quantum theory states that all energy and matter is made up of particles known as quanta. The long-term aim of quantum information technology
research is to develop control and manipulation methods of quantum systems to extend information processing beyond the capabilities
of the classical world. The usage of quantum concepts in engineering to solve difficult technicalities in computers,
communications,
sensing, chemistry, encryption, imaging, and mechanical issues will be quite common in the future.

We at DREOS will use our module to study and create the solution to every type of problem that the future will have in store for all of us.
The fields we are focusing on the most and which we think can make the most of
the power of DREOS Quantum are quantum cryptography
and quantum chemistry.

###### Quantum cryptography

Post-quantum cryptography, also known as quantum cryptography, aims to create encryption methods that cannot
be broken by algorithms, or calculations, that run on future quantum computers.

Quantum cryptography uses the laws of quantum physics to transmit private information in a way that makes
undetected eavesdropping impossible. Quantum key distribution (QKD), the most widely studied and viable method of
quantum cryptography, uses a series of photons to transmit a secret, random sequence, known as the key.

there is no way to "listen in" on or observe a quantum encrypted key without disturbing the photons and changing the
outcomes of the measurements at each end. This is due to a law in quantum mechanics called the uncertainty principle,
which says that the act of measuring a property of a quantum system may alter some of the other properties of the quantum object
(in this case, a photon).

###### QUANTUM CHEMISTRY: What is it?

Quantum chemistry is the branch of theoretical chemistry that aims to interpret chemical phenomena through the use of quantum mechanics.

To understand matter at its most fundamental level, we must, in fact, use quantum mechanical models and methods.
There are two aspects of quantum mechanics that make it different from previous models of matter. The first is the concept of wave-particle duality:
it represents the idea that we need to think of very small objects (such as electrons) as having characteristics of both particles and waves.
Second, quantum models state that the energy of atoms and molecules is always quantized (made up of quanta), meaning that you can only have
specific amounts of energy.

Quantum chemical theories and quantum chemical calculations make it possible to accurately predict the
structures of molecules and their spectroscopic behavior and are of fundamental help in the discovery and development of
new drugs to be used in medical research.

###### QUANTUM CHEMISTRY: Applications

Biological processes in the body occur through a dynamic composed of chemical mechanisms, molecular events that follow one another in an
orderly manner in time and space.

Biomolecules do not interact randomly but according to well-defined patterns through which electromagnetic messages are exchanged
with precise biological effects. It's intuitive to think that quantum chemistry can also find application in the medical field.
In particular, the quantum dots.

Quantum dots are particles of semiconductor materials which, thanks to their nanometric dimensions,
exploit quantum behavior to give rise to particular processes of absorption and emission of light.
The extremely small dimensions (typically in the range of 1-10 nm) make it possible to exploit the quantum properties of these nanomaterials,
which are instead lost when dealing with higher quantities, albeit on a microscopic scale, of matter.

As regards their possible applications in the biomedical field, quantum dots have been exploited, especially in recent years, in the field of imaging.