13. DEFEATING ERRORS

Proposal for High-Fidelity Quantum Simulation Using a Hybrid Dressed State

Date: 
2015-05-21 - 2015-10-16
Author(s): 

Jianming Cai, Itsik Cohen, Alex Retzker, and Martin B. Plenio

Reference: 

Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 160504

A fundamental goal of quantum technologies concerns the exploitation of quantum coherent dynamics for the realization of novel quantum applications such as quantum computing, quantum simulation, and quantum metrology. A key challenge on the way towards these goals remains the protection of quantum coherent dynamics from environmental noise. Here, we propose a concept of a hybrid dressed state from a pair of continuously driven systems.

Universal set of gates for microwave dressed-state quantum computing

Date: 
2015-05-22
Author(s): 

Gatis Mikelsons, Itsik Cohen, Alex Retzker, Martin B. Plenio

Reference: 

New J. Phys. 17 053032

We propose a set of techniques that enable universal quantum computing to be carried out using dressed states. This applies in particular to the effort of realizing quantum computation in trapped ions using long-wavelength radiation, where coupling enhancement is achieved by means of static magnetic-field gradient.

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