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Quantum state conversion in opto-electro-mechanical systems via shortcut to adiabaticity
Adiabatic process has found many important applications in modern physics, the distinct merit of which is that it does not need accurate control over the timing of the process. However, it is a slowExpand
Implementing universal nonadiabatic holonomic quantum gates with transmons
Geometric phases are well known to be noise-resilient in quantum evolutions/operations. Holonomic quantum gates provide us with a robust way towards universal quantum computation, as these quantumExpand
Superadiabatic Holonomic Quantum Computation in Cavity QED
Adiabatic quantum control is a powerful tool for quantum engineering and a key component in some quantum computation models, where accurate control over the timing of the involved pulses is notExpand
Physical implementation of holonomic quantum computation in decoherence-free subspaces with trapped ions
We propose a feasible scheme to achieve holonomic quantum computation in a decoherence-free subspace (DFS) with trapped ions. By the application of appropriate bichromatic laser fields on theExpand
Holonomic quantum computation with superconducting charge-phase qubits in a cavity
We theoretically propose a feasible scheme to realize holonomic quantum computation with charge-phase qubits placed in a microwave cavity. By appropriately adjusting the controllable parameters, eachExpand
Microwave electrometry via electromagnetically induced absorption in cold Rydberg atoms
The atom-based traceable standard for microwave electrometry shows promising advantages by enabling stable and uniform measurement. Here we theoretically propose and then experimentally realize anExpand
Detecting unambiguously non-Abelian geometric phases with trapped ions
We propose an experimentally feasible scheme to disclose the noncommutative effects induced by a light-induced non-Abelian gauge structure with trapped ions. Under an appropriate configuration, aExpand
δ-Quench Measurement of a Pure Quantum-State Wave Function.
A direct and efficient measurement strategy based on a δ-quench probe that can directly obtain the quantum wave function of a pure ensemble by projecting the quenched state onto a postselection state is theoretically proposed and experimentally demonstrated. Expand