Ion Coulomb Crystals in Storage Rings for Quantum Information Science

@inproceedings{Brooks2021IonCC,
  title={Ion Coulomb Crystals in Storage Rings for Quantum Information Science},
  author={S. Brooks and Kevin Brown and Franccois M'eot and Andrei Nomerotski and S. Peggs and Matthew C. Palmer and Tomas P. Roser and Timur Shaftan and Georg H. Hoffstaetter and Sergei Nagaitsev and J. Lykken and Jonathan D. Jarvis and Valeri Lebedev and G. Stancari and Alexander Valishev and A. Taylor and Abby Hurd and Nadine Moody and P. Muggli and Arshia Aslam and Sandra G. Biedron and T. Bolin and Salvador Sosa Guitron and Clio Gonz{\'a}lez-Zacar{\'i}as and M. Larsson and R. D. Thomas and Benchen Huang and Thomas G. Robertazzi and J. Cary and Bjorn Manuel Hegelich and Boris B. Blinov and Stefan Milton},
  year={2021}
}
Quantum information science is a growing field that promises to take computing into a new age of higher performance and larger scale computing as well as being capable of solving problems classical computers are incapable of solving. The outstanding issue in practical quantum computing today is scaling up the system while maintaining interconnectivity of the qubits and low error rates in qubit operations to be able to implement error correction and fault-tolerant operations. Trapped ion qubits… 
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