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- Joseph W. Britton, Brian C. Sawyer, +5 authors John J. Bollinger
- Nature
- 2012

The presence of long-range quantum spin correlations underlies a variety of physical phenomena in condensed-matter systems, potentially including high-temperature superconductivity. However, many properties of exotic, strongly correlated spin systems, such as spin liquids, have proved difficult to study, in part because calculations involving N-body… (More)

Any quantum system, such as those used in quantum information or magnetic resonance, is subject to random phase errors that can dramatically affect the fidelity of a desired quantum operation or measurement. In the context of quantum information, quantum error correction techniques have been developed to correct these errors, but resource requirements are… (More)

- J M Amini, H Uys, +4 authors D J Wineland
- 2010

In this paper, we report the design, fabrication and preliminary testing of a 150 zone ion trap array built in a 'surface-electrode' geometry micro-fabricated on a single substrate. We demonstrate the transport of atomic ions between the legs of a 'Y'-type junction and measure the in-situ heating rates for the ions. The trap design demonstrates the use of a… (More)

- Brian C Sawyer, Joseph W Britton, +5 authors John J Bollinger
- Physical review letters
- 2012

We demonstrate spectroscopy and thermometry of individual motional modes in a mesoscopic 2D ion array using entanglement-induced decoherence as a method of transduction. Our system is a ~400 μm-diameter planar crystal of several hundred 9Be(+) ions exhibiting complex drumhead modes in the confining potential of a Penning trap. Exploiting precise control… (More)

- Michael J. Biercuk, Hermann Uys, Aaron P. Vandevender, Nobuyasu Shiga, Wayne M. Itano, John J. Bollinger
- Quantum Information & Computation
- 2011

We provide an introduction to the use of ion crystals in a Penning trap [1, 2, 3, 4] for experiments in quantum information. Macroscopic Penning traps allow for the containment of a few to a few million atomic ions whose internal states may be used in quantum information experiments. Ions are laser Doppler cooled [1], and the mutual Coulomb repulsion of the… (More)

- H Uys, M J Biercuk, +4 authors J J Bollinger
- Physical review letters
- 2010

We present theoretical and experimental studies of the decoherence of hyperfine ground-state superpositions due to elastic Rayleigh scattering of light off resonant with higher lying excited states. We demonstrate that under appropriate conditions, elastic Rayleigh scattering can be the dominant source of decoherence, contrary to previous discussions in the… (More)

- Joseph W. Britton, Brian C. Sawyer, +5 authors John. J. Bollinger
- 2012

A review of ion confinement in Penning traps and discussion of a variety of equilibrium states, including 2D Coulomb crystals (ionic Wigner crystals), can be found in [1–3]. A number of authors have theoretically analyzed and discussed the prospects of using 2D Coulomb crystals for quantum information and computation [4–9]. The engineered Ising interaction,… (More)

- B R Bhengu, H H M Uys
- Curationis
- 2004

Greater knowledge and technological advancement in the field of transplantation has increased the demand for organ donation beyond the supply of organs, especially among the black communities. This imbalance arises from the few sources of organs, limitations on the techniques of organ retrieval, disparities in the allocation of organs and socio-cultural… (More)

- J Sastrawan, C Jones, I Akhalwaya, H Uys, M J Biercuk
- Physical review. E
- 2016

We introduce concepts from optimal estimation to the stabilization of precision frequency standards limited by noisy local oscillators. We develop a theoretical framework casting various measures for frequency standard variance in terms of frequency-domain transfer functions, capturing the effects of feedback stabilization via a time series of Ramsey… (More)

- Todd Green, Hermann Uys, Michael J Biercuk
- Physical review letters
- 2012

Treating the effects of a time-dependent classical dephasing environment during quantum logic operations poses a theoretical challenge, as the application of noncommuting control operations gives rise to both dephasing and depolarization errors that must be accounted for in order to understand total average error rates. We develop a treatment based on… (More)