Quantum computation and simulation with vibrational modes of trapped ions

  title={Quantum computation and simulation with vibrational modes of trapped ions},
  author={Wentao 文涛 Chen 陈 and Jaren Gan and Jingning 静宁 Zhang 张 and Dzmitry Matuskevich and Kihwan 奇奂 Kim 金},
  journal={Chinese Physics B},
Vibrational degrees of freedom in trapped-ion systems have recently been gaining attention as a quantum resource, beyond the role as a mediator for entangling quantum operations on internal degrees of freedom, because of the large available Hilbert space. The vibrational modes can be represented as quantum harmonic oscillators and thus offer a Hilbert space with infinite dimensions. Here we review recent theoretical and experimental progress in the coherent manipulation of the vibrational modes… 
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