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2013-2015

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140000 EUR

ABSTRACT

The emergence of quantum physics in the beginning of the 20th century put our understanding of the universe into a new perspective and has revolutionized the technological development leading to the present standard of well-being. To date, quantum information is one of the best known research topics in physics which aims at fundamentally more efficient computing than is possible with the conventional computers. Geometric quantum computing is one of the possible forms of future computing. It employs so-called geometric phases arising from adiabatic temporal evolution of quantum systems. In this project, we will study geometric phases in three different ways: purely theoretically providing information on their deepest essence, theoretically concentrating on their practical applications, and experimentally to verify the theoretical predictions. The physical realizations which will be studied are dilute atomic Bose-Einstein condensates and nanoscale superconducting circuits. More... »

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