QUANTUM COMPUTING

... Quantum computing is a potential. There are already results convincingly demonstrating that for some important practical problems quantum computers are theoretically exponentially more powerful than classical computers. Such results, as Shor's factorization algorithm, can be seen as apt killers for ...

... Quantum computing is a potential. There are already results convincingly demonstrating that for some important practical problems quantum computers are theoretically exponentially more powerful than classical computers. Such results, as Shor's factorization algorithm, can be seen as apt killers for ...

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... Yale University in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ...

... Yale University in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ...

Abstracts - QCMC 2016 - Centre for Quantum Technologies

... Hybrid quantum systems using magnons in a ferromagnetic crystal 09:30 Hugues De Riedmatten, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Quantum Correlation between photons and single spin-waves in a solid-state environment 10:00 Sungkun Hong, University of Vienna Towards a photon-phonon quantum interfac ...

... Hybrid quantum systems using magnons in a ferromagnetic crystal 09:30 Hugues De Riedmatten, ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences Quantum Correlation between photons and single spin-waves in a solid-state environment 10:00 Sungkun Hong, University of Vienna Towards a photon-phonon quantum interfac ...

Quantum Computing - Lecture Notes - Washington

... (spin state or other quantum phenomena) and the logical meaning. This same detachment occurs classically where we traditionally call a high positive voltage “1” and a low ground potential “0”. Note that jψi = aj0i + bj1i must be a unit vector. In other words, hψjψi = 1 or jaj 2 + jbj2 = 1. For quan ...

... (spin state or other quantum phenomena) and the logical meaning. This same detachment occurs classically where we traditionally call a high positive voltage “1” and a low ground potential “0”. Note that jψi = aj0i + bj1i must be a unit vector. In other words, hψjψi = 1 or jaj 2 + jbj2 = 1. For quan ...

introduction to quantum computing 1.

... observables, and how they relate to each other. • Quantum mechanics is what you would inevitably come up with if you would started from probability theory, and then said, let’s try to generalize it so that the numbers we used to call ”probabilities” can be negative numbers. As such, the theory could ...

... observables, and how they relate to each other. • Quantum mechanics is what you would inevitably come up with if you would started from probability theory, and then said, let’s try to generalize it so that the numbers we used to call ”probabilities” can be negative numbers. As such, the theory could ...

Quantum Hall Effect and Electromechanics in Graphene

... studied the electromechanics of graphene resonator in ultra clean devices in the quantum Hall regime at low temperature. We measured the two probe resistance of these devices while mechanically perturbing it at different values of the magnetic field. The system shows change in resistance upon mechan ...

... studied the electromechanics of graphene resonator in ultra clean devices in the quantum Hall regime at low temperature. We measured the two probe resistance of these devices while mechanically perturbing it at different values of the magnetic field. The system shows change in resistance upon mechan ...

- Quantum Optics and Spectroscopy

... that we do not experience quantum mechanical effects in macroscopic objects. It is clear, that a realistic system can never be shielded perfectly from the environment and thus at least a small amount of noise will always be present. First, it seemed as if even a small amount of noise would make a la ...

... that we do not experience quantum mechanical effects in macroscopic objects. It is clear, that a realistic system can never be shielded perfectly from the environment and thus at least a small amount of noise will always be present. First, it seemed as if even a small amount of noise would make a la ...

Two-dimensional quantum mechanical modeling of nanotransistors A. Svizhenko, M. P. Anantram,

... Quantization in the inversion layer and phase coherent transport are anticipated to have significant impact on device performance in ‘‘ballistic’’ nanoscale transistors. While the role of some quantum effects have been analyzed qualitatively using simple one-dimensional ballistic models, two-dimensi ...

... Quantization in the inversion layer and phase coherent transport are anticipated to have significant impact on device performance in ‘‘ballistic’’ nanoscale transistors. While the role of some quantum effects have been analyzed qualitatively using simple one-dimensional ballistic models, two-dimensi ...

Quantum computation and quantum information (PDF

... (such as position or velocity) to isolated quantum entities (such as electrons, photons or other elementary particles). The properties of quantum systems only make sense in light of the measurements we make. Taken to its limit, the Copenhagen interpretation denies the reality of an individual photon ...

... (such as position or velocity) to isolated quantum entities (such as electrons, photons or other elementary particles). The properties of quantum systems only make sense in light of the measurements we make. Taken to its limit, the Copenhagen interpretation denies the reality of an individual photon ...

Lecture Notes for Physics 229: Quantum Information and Computation

... Furthermore, in quantum theory, noncommuting observables cannot simultaneously have precisely de ned values (the uncertainty principle), and in fact performing a measurement of one observable A will necessarily inuence the outcome of a subsequent measurement of an observable B , if A and B do not c ...

... Furthermore, in quantum theory, noncommuting observables cannot simultaneously have precisely de ned values (the uncertainty principle), and in fact performing a measurement of one observable A will necessarily inuence the outcome of a subsequent measurement of an observable B , if A and B do not c ...

Cover Story Can Quantum Computing Provide Exponential

... and I2IT. CSI also congratulates Prof. Bimal K. Roy, Director of the Indian Statistical Institute and a well-known Statistician and Cryptologist who has been a supporter of CSI in many events for being awarded Padma Shri award. The Annual Students Convention (ASC) on the theme “Campus to Corporate a ...

... and I2IT. CSI also congratulates Prof. Bimal K. Roy, Director of the Indian Statistical Institute and a well-known Statistician and Cryptologist who has been a supporter of CSI in many events for being awarded Padma Shri award. The Annual Students Convention (ASC) on the theme “Campus to Corporate a ...