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Quantum Crosstalk Robust Quantum Control

@inproceedings{Zhou2022QuantumCR,
  title={Quantum Crosstalk Robust Quantum Control},
  author={Zeyuan Zhou and Ryan Sitler and Yasuo Oda and Kevin M. Schultz and Gregory Quiroz},
  year={2022}
}
The prevalence of quantum crosstalk in current quantum devices poses challenges for achieving high-fidelity quantum logic operations and reliable quantum processing. Through quantum control theory, we develop an analytical condition for achieving crosstalk-robust single-qubit control of multi-qubit systems. We examine the effects of quantum crosstalk via a cumulant expansion and develop a condition to suppress the leading order contributions to the dynamics. The efficacy of the condition is… 

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