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YEARS

2008-2010

FUNDING AMOUNT

360000 CNY

ABSTRACT

In quantum computation and quantum information processing,control of quantum systems is very important. Quantum control is not only required in quantum computing and quantu m infoermation processing, but also is required in other fields such as chemistry. In this program, we will study the feedback control, coherent control and bang-bang control in quantum systems, and explore the use of quantum error symdrome detection and error estimation distribution in quantum control. We will apply these results in 2-level and 3-level quantum systems. Using nuclear magnetic resonnance technology, we will study experimental theory of quantum control, and demonstrate theory. Through this program, we will try to achieve some results of general nature so as to help the future study of quantum computing and quantum information processing. More... »

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