An Introduction to Quantum Computing

... Over the last 20 years, the field of quantum computing has been catapulted from a distant vision of celebrated physicist Richard Feynman into a rapidly expanding area of research intersecting computer science, mathematics, physics, and engineering. In this talk, we give a gentle introduction to the ...

... Over the last 20 years, the field of quantum computing has been catapulted from a distant vision of celebrated physicist Richard Feynman into a rapidly expanding area of research intersecting computer science, mathematics, physics, and engineering. In this talk, we give a gentle introduction to the ...

Prof. Bertrand Reulet, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada Talk: 23. May 2014

... Prof. Bertrand Reulet, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada Talk: 23. May 2014 ...

... Prof. Bertrand Reulet, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada Talk: 23. May 2014 ...

Probing contextuality with superconducting quantum circuits Talk 27. Oct. 2015 ABSTRACT:

... Contextuality is one of the most fundamental property which distinguishes quantum mechanics from classical theory. It has also been suggested to be the 'magical' resource responsible for an exponential speedup of a quantum computer. We will provide the first experimental evidence of this resource fo ...

... Contextuality is one of the most fundamental property which distinguishes quantum mechanics from classical theory. It has also been suggested to be the 'magical' resource responsible for an exponential speedup of a quantum computer. We will provide the first experimental evidence of this resource fo ...

Linear Circuit Analysis with Reactive Components

... Solving the Schrödinger Equation on a 2D Lattice in Quantum Wave Interference (QWI) PhET Sam Reid Quantum Wave Interference allows the user to visualize the propagation of a wavefunction in the presence of potential barriers and detectors. We implement a 2D Richardson algorithm[1], a local propagati ...

... Solving the Schrödinger Equation on a 2D Lattice in Quantum Wave Interference (QWI) PhET Sam Reid Quantum Wave Interference allows the user to visualize the propagation of a wavefunction in the presence of potential barriers and detectors. We implement a 2D Richardson algorithm[1], a local propagati ...

Link between the hierarchy of fractional quantum Hall states and

... Link between the hierarchy of fractional quantum Hall states and Haldane’s conjecture for quantum spin chains Masaaki Nakamura Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo 152-8551, Japan ...

... Link between the hierarchy of fractional quantum Hall states and Haldane’s conjecture for quantum spin chains Masaaki Nakamura Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo 152-8551, Japan ...

Theory of quantum light and matter Research supervisor Prof. Paul Eastham

... in photonic materials and structures; and (c)the disappearance of quantum coherence in complex systems such as solids. Understanding these effects teaches us how the deceptively simple laws of quantum mechanics generate a vast variety of electrical and optical properties, and leads to the creation o ...

... in photonic materials and structures; and (c)the disappearance of quantum coherence in complex systems such as solids. Understanding these effects teaches us how the deceptively simple laws of quantum mechanics generate a vast variety of electrical and optical properties, and leads to the creation o ...

Quantum Measurements PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM Klaus Mølmer

... its use and consequences. We will discuss how, e.g., an atomic quantum system is not only driven by the fields that we shine on the atoms but also by the measurements that we perform on the fields that they emit. This has far reaching applications for our means to control quantum systems, and a few ...

... its use and consequences. We will discuss how, e.g., an atomic quantum system is not only driven by the fields that we shine on the atoms but also by the measurements that we perform on the fields that they emit. This has far reaching applications for our means to control quantum systems, and a few ...

David Williams (University of Cambridge)

... A number of new ways of manipulating information, generically known as quantum information processing, have been postulated in the last 15-20 years. Several have been demonstrated experimentally, but there remains a large gap between principle and practice, particularly in quantum computation. The s ...

... A number of new ways of manipulating information, generically known as quantum information processing, have been postulated in the last 15-20 years. Several have been demonstrated experimentally, but there remains a large gap between principle and practice, particularly in quantum computation. The s ...

Information quantique

... Today, the most active ones are Quantum metrology, where multiparticle entangled quantum states are employed to improve high-resolution measurements, for example in an atomic clock. Quantum cryptography, where the use of quantum objects (typically photons) as information carriers makes it possible t ...

... Today, the most active ones are Quantum metrology, where multiparticle entangled quantum states are employed to improve high-resolution measurements, for example in an atomic clock. Quantum cryptography, where the use of quantum objects (typically photons) as information carriers makes it possible t ...

Materials Computation Center R.M. Martin and J.P. Leburton

... J.P. Leburton (ECE) and R.M. Martin (Physics) Research Objectives: Understand many-body effects in semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) for applications in quantum information processing. Approach: We concentrate on material and design parameters that influence the exchange interaction between conductio ...

... J.P. Leburton (ECE) and R.M. Martin (Physics) Research Objectives: Understand many-body effects in semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) for applications in quantum information processing. Approach: We concentrate on material and design parameters that influence the exchange interaction between conductio ...