QUANTUM COMPUTATION WITH BALLISTIC ELECTRONS

@article{Ionicioiu2001QUANTUMCW,
  title={QUANTUM COMPUTATION WITH BALLISTIC ELECTRONS},
  author={R. Ionicioiu and G. Amaratunga and F. Udrea},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics B},
  year={2001},
  volume={15},
  pages={125-133}
}
We describe a solid state implementation of a quantum computer using ballistic single electrons as flying qubits in 1D nanowires. We show how to implement all the steps required for universal quantum computation: preparation of the initial state, measurement of the final state and a universal set of quantum gates. An important advantage of this model is the fact that we do not need ultrafast optoelectronics for gate operations. We use cold programming (or pre-programming), i.e. the gates are… Expand
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