Quantum Information Processing with

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

An Introduction to the Theory of Quantum Groups

... weirdness surrounding the discoveries of quantum physics. So, just what are these exciting new structures called quantum groups? It’s always good to be honest at the outset of a significant undertaking. With that said, the reader might be disappointed to learn that there is no rigorous, universally ...

... weirdness surrounding the discoveries of quantum physics. So, just what are these exciting new structures called quantum groups? It’s always good to be honest at the outset of a significant undertaking. With that said, the reader might be disappointed to learn that there is no rigorous, universally ...

Lecture Notes for Physics 229: Quantum Information and Computation

... up your hard disk). These properties of quantum information are important, but the really deep way in which quantum information diers from classical information emerged from the work of John Bell (1964), who showed that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be reproduced by any local hidden v ...

... up your hard disk). These properties of quantum information are important, but the really deep way in which quantum information diers from classical information emerged from the work of John Bell (1964), who showed that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be reproduced by any local hidden v ...

- Quantum Optics and Spectroscopy

... 1.1. Introduction to quantum computation and quantum simulation difficulty in building a large quantum computer lies mainly in the fact that the quantum mechanical system cannot be shielded well enough from the environment resulting in erroneous calculations. In quantum physics this is known as dec ...

... 1.1. Introduction to quantum computation and quantum simulation difficulty in building a large quantum computer lies mainly in the fact that the quantum mechanical system cannot be shielded well enough from the environment resulting in erroneous calculations. In quantum physics this is known as dec ...

introduction to quantum computing 1.

... • Quantum mechanics is not physics in the usual sense - it is not about matter, or energy or waves, or particles - it is about information, probabilities, probability amplitudes and observables, and how they relate to each other. • Quantum mechanics is what you would inevitably come up with if you w ...

... • Quantum mechanics is not physics in the usual sense - it is not about matter, or energy or waves, or particles - it is about information, probabilities, probability amplitudes and observables, and how they relate to each other. • Quantum mechanics is what you would inevitably come up with if you w ...

Abstracts - QCMC 2016 - Centre for Quantum Technologies

... Programmable integrated optical circulator controlled by a single spin-polarized atom 11:30 Chao-Yang Lu, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei Creating perfect single photons for the demonstration of quantum supremacy 12:00 David DiVincenzo, RWTH Aachen University Longitudinal Coupli ...

... Programmable integrated optical circulator controlled by a single spin-polarized atom 11:30 Chao-Yang Lu, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei Creating perfect single photons for the demonstration of quantum supremacy 12:00 David DiVincenzo, RWTH Aachen University Longitudinal Coupli ...

Quantum Circuits Engineering: Efficient Simulation and

... for problems having exponential classical solutions. The quest is - on one hand - to search if there are other possible eﬀective quantum algorithms and - on the other hand - to be able to produce eﬃcient implementations for the already known algorithms. The most feasible implementation of quantum al ...

... for problems having exponential classical solutions. The quest is - on one hand - to search if there are other possible eﬀective quantum algorithms and - on the other hand - to be able to produce eﬃcient implementations for the already known algorithms. The most feasible implementation of quantum al ...

... up your hard disk). These properties of quantum information are important, but the really deep way in which quantum information diers from classical information emerged from the work of John Bell (1964), who showed that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be reproduced by any local hidden v ...