Integrated Solid State Quantum Computation Based on Superconducting Quantum Devices View Homepage


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2012-2016

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930000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Comparing with other quantum bits, superconducting quantum devices possess advantages in initialization, manipulation, measurement, and coupling. Therefore, they are promising candidates for realizing quantum computing. However, the decoherence time for superconducting qubits is usually short due to the strong coupling with the environment. Although great progress has been made, it is still too short to do practicle quantum computing. On the other hand, the decoherence time for microscopic quantum bits is usually long. For instance, the decoherence time of the NV center qubit in diamond can be longer than ms. Therefore, it is worth to try to combine two systems together to do hybrid quantum computing. We will design and fabricate coupled qubits, investigate the interaction between qubits and environment. We will also investigate the readout of the qubits and study the decoherence causing by interaction and readout. More... »

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