Systems and methods for removing unwanted interactions in quantum devices


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DATE

2018-06-19T00:00

AUTHORS

Trevor Michael Lanting

ABSTRACT

Systems, devices, articles, methods, and techniques for advancing quantum computing by removing unwanted interactions in one or more quantum processor. One approach includes creating an updated plurality of programmable parameters based at least in part on a received value for the characteristic magnetic susceptibility of the qubit in the at least one quantum processor, and returning the updated plurality of programmable parameters. Examples programmable parameters include local biases, and coupling values characterizing the problem Hamilton. Also, for example, a quantum processor may be summarized as including a first loop of superconducting material, a first compound Josephson junction interrupting the first loop of superconducting material, a first coupler inductively coupled to the first loop of superconducting material, a second coupler inductively coupled to the first loop of superconducting material, and a second loop of superconducting material proximally placed to the first loop of superconducting material inductively coupled to the first coupler and the second coupler. More... »

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