Geometric phase gates with adiabatic control in electron spin resonance

@article{Wu2013GeometricPG,
  title={Geometric phase gates with adiabatic control in electron spin resonance},
  author={Hua-ping Wu and Erik M. Gauger and Richard E. George and Mikko Mottonen and Helge Riemann and Nikolai V. Abrosimov and Peter Becker and Hans-Joachim Pohl and Kohei M. Itoh and Mike L. W. Thewalt and John J. L. Morton},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2013},
  volume={87},
  pages={032326}
}
High-fidelity quantum operations are a key requirement for fault-tolerant quantum information processing. Manipulation of electron spins is usually achieved with time-dependent microwave fields. In contrast to the conventional dynamic approach, adiabatic geometric phase operations are expected to be less sensitive to certain kinds of noise and field inhomogeneities. Here, we introduce an adiabatic geometric phase gate for the electron spin. Benchmarking it against existing dynamic and… 

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