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Grant Info

YEARS

2011-2013

FUNDING AMOUNT

150000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Superconducting circuits are one of a very solid potential of quantum computing physical system, it has attracted a great deal of research interest. Based superconducting circuit design and flexible structure of regulated better, build a scalable, fault-tolerant quantum computing, both for basic research or potential applications have important value. The main contents of this project is to study include: (1) a superconducting qubit coherence theory of protection mechanism and its physical implementation, to properly introduce fault-tolerant computer system by analyzing different causes of noise, which can maximize the elimination of qubits decoherence. (2) to study the interaction between the multiple quantum bits, the establishment of an adjustable coupling scheme to solve the problem of multi-qubit extended theoretically. (3) in a multi-qubit system, how to achieve fault-tolerant quantum computing and related experimental feasibility of high-fidelity, quantum bit arrangement made substantial progress from the linear one-dimensional or two-dimensional grid. We tried to theoretically rich superconducting quantum computing science while exploring some new fault-tolerance and scalability, designed practical scalable fault-tolerant quantum computing a new plan, a superconducting quantum information processing guidance ideas. More... »

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http://npd.nsfc.gov.cn/projectDetail.action?pid=11047006

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