Controlling Atomic, Solid-State and Hybrid Systems for Quantum Information Processing

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Controlling Atomic, Solid-State and Hybrid Systems for Quantum Information Processing

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Title: Controlling Atomic, Solid-State and Hybrid Systems for Quantum Information Processing
Author: Gullans, Michael John
Citation: Gullans, Michael John. 2013. Controlling Atomic, Solid-State and Hybrid Systems for Quantum Information Processing. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: Quantum information science involves the use of precise control over quantum systems to explore new technologies. However, as quantum systems are scaled up they require an ever deeper understanding of many-body physics to achieve the required degree of control. Current experiments are entering a regime which requires active control of a mesoscopic number of coupled quantum systems or quantum bits (qubits). This thesis describes several approaches to this goal and shows how mesoscopic quantum systems can be controlled and utilized for quantum information tasks.
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