Gate fidelity, dephasing, and ‘magic’ trapping of optically trapped neutral atom

@article{Yang2022GateFD,
  title={Gate fidelity, dephasing, and ‘magic’ trapping of optically trapped neutral atom},
  author={Pengfei Yang and Gang Li and Zhihui Wang and Pengfei Zhang and Tian-Cai Zhang},
  journal={New Journal of Physics},
  year={2022},
  volume={24}
}
The fidelity of the gate operation and the coherence time of neutral atoms trapped in an optical dipole trap are figures of merit for the applications. The motion of the trapped atom is one of the key factors which influences the gate fidelity and coherence time. The motion has been considered as a classical oscillator in analyzing the influence. Here we treat the motion of the atom as a quantum oscillator. The population on the vibrational states of the atom are considered in analyzing the… 

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