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Format: 2019-11-12
Format: 2019-11-12


29th Jun 2011

 wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

 Wp-3.5: Entanglement-based quantum information processing


29th Jun 2011

Let $ S(A)$ denote the orbit of a complex or real matrix $ A$ under a certain equivalence relation such as unitary similarity, unitary equivalence, unitary congruences etc.


29th Jun 2011

Wp-2.5: Quantum communication test beds


29th Jun 2011

Wp-2.5: Quantum communication test beds


17th Jun 2011

We study the single particle dynamics of a mobile non-Abelian anyon hopping around many pinned anyons on a surface, by modeling it with a discrete time quantum walk. During the evolution, the spatial degree of freedom of the mobile anyon becomes entangled with the fusion degrees of freedom of the collective system. Each quantum trajectory makes a closed braid on the world lines of the particles establishing a direct connection between statistical dynamics and quantum link invariants.


8th Jun 2011

We introduce an algorithm to perform an optimal adiabatic evolution that operates without an apriori knowledge of the system spectrum. By probing the system gap locally, the algorithm maximizes the evolution speed, thus minimizing the total evolution time. We test the algorithm on the Landau-Zener transition and then apply it on the quantum adiabatic computation of 3-SAT: The result is compatible with an exponential speed-up for up to twenty qubits with respect to classical algorithms. We finally study a possible algorithm improvement by combining it with the quantum Zeno effect.


8th Jun 2011

We develop an analytical model for ultracold atom-ion collisions using the multichannel quantum-defect formalism. The model is based on the analytical solutions of the r^-4 long-range potential and on the application of a frame transformation between asymptotic and molecular bases. This approach allows the description of the atom-ion interaction in the ultracold domain in terms of three parameters only: the singlet and triplet scattering lengths, assumed to be independent of the relative motion angular momentum, and the lead dispersion coefficient of the asymptotic potential.


20th May 2011

The consultation was initiated by Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. The QUIE2T position paper is available from here.

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