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2010-2013

FUNDING AMOUNT

190000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Quantum computing is currently a very active area of ​​research, its implementation will lead to a new revolution in information technology has important academic value and application prospects. Quantum computing can achieve unmatched classical algorithm to calculate the effect. The main obstacles to physical implementation of quantum computation is that the quantum state manipulation and technical interaction difficulties. The main technical difficulties rooted decoherence of quantum states. One of the most attractive solution for overcoming these difficulties is the use of topological quantum phase logic operation, which has the intrinsic ability of fault-tolerant. The project is mainly the fault-tolerant quantum computing research in solid state physics of the superconducting system implementation. Includes the following three aspects: 1) based on the measurement of a single bit of quantum computation and physical implementation; 2) and its application in various geometric phase in quantum computing; 3) topological quantum computing and its possible physical implementation. This project focuses on the robustness of the program (robustness) and scalability (scalability) problem, the ultimate goal is to provide theoretical support for large-scale quantum computing. More... »

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