V. I. Tsifrinovich

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The perturbation theory is developed based on small parameters which naturally appear in solid state quantum computation. We report the simulations of the dynamics of quantum logic operations with a large number of qubits (up to 1000). A nuclear spin chain is considered in which selective excitations of spins are provided by having a uniform gradient of the(More)
We study the properties of spectra and eigenfunctions for a chain of 1/2 spins (qubits) in an external time-dependent magnetic field and under the conditions of nonselective excitation (when the amplitude of the magnetic field is large). This model is known as a possible candidate for experimental realization of quantum computation. We present the theory(More)
We propose a nuclear spin quantum computer based on magnetic resonance force mi-croscopy (MRFM). It is shown that an MRFM single-electron spin measurement provides three essetial requirements for quantum computation in solids: (a) preparation of the ground state, (b) one-and two-qubit quantum logic gates, and (c) a measurement of the final state. The(More)
We investigate the role of long-lasting quantum coherence in the efficiency of energy transport at room temperature in Fenna-Matthews-Olson photosynthetic complexes. The excitation energy transfer due to the coupling of the light harvesting complex to the reaction center (" sink ") is analyzed using an effective non-Hermitian Hamiltonian. We show that, as(More)
We propose a magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM)-based nuclear spin quantum computer using tellurium impurities in silicon. This approach to quantum computing combines well-developed silicon technology and expected advances in MRFM. Our proposal does not use electrostatic gates to realize quantum logic operations.
An adiabatic method for a single-shot non-demolition measurement of the phase qubit is suggested [1]. The qubit is inductively coupled to a low-frequency resonator, which in turn is connected with a classical measurement device (phase meter). The resonator drives adiabatic oscillations of the supercurrent in the qubit loop. The back reaction of the qubit(More)
Single-spin detection is one of the important challenges facing the development of several new technologies, e.g. single-spin transistors and solid-state quantum computation. Magnetic resonance force microscopy with a cyclic adi-abatic inversion, which utilizes a cantilever oscillations driven by a single spin, is a promising technique to solve this(More)