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2012-2016

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800000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Quantum computation and quantum information is a field that is rapidly developing. One of the core of this field is developing quantum algorithms. What kind of problems can a quantum computer solve once it is realized? How to simulate physical systems efficiently using a quantum computer? These are the questions that we are going to answer. In this project, we plan to develop new quantum algorithms using principles of physics, and develop new quantum simulation algorithms as well as the corresponding softwares. In addition, we will develop quantum algorithms for solving problems in discrete mathematics, and study the way to introduce non-linearity in quantum computing in order to solve more complicated problems. Another project we plan to do is measurement-based quantum computation. In this model, universal quantum computing is realized by preparing the ground state of the AKLT Hamiltonian as the initial state and performing single-qubit operations. Therefore, such a quantum state is stable and can be prepared through a cooling procedure. Based on this model, large-scale quantum computing is possible. We plan to perform quantum simulation of the AKLT model and develop quantum algorithms based on this model for universal quantum computing. Using the technique of hybrid quantum computing, we plan to use the advant More... »

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