# Quantum computing with neutral atoms

@article{Saffman2017QuantumCW, title={Quantum computing with neutral atoms}, author={Mark Saffman}, journal={National Science Review}, year={2017}, volume={6}, pages={24 - 25} }

With their hyperfine states serving as two-level qubits, atoms can be packed into closely spaced, laser-cooled arrays and be individually addressed using laser pulses.

## 187 Citations

### A boost to Rydberg quantum computing

- Physics
- 2020

Systems of neutral atoms are gradually gaining currency as a promising candidate for realizing large-scale quantum computing. The achievement of a record-high fidelity in quantum operation with…

### Designer atom arrays for quantum computing

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- 2018

Two laser-based approaches have been reported to do the assembly of tailored 3D arrays of atoms into arbitrary 3D arrangements for quantum computers.

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A brief overview of experimental and theoretical studies on the use of single neutral atoms captured in arrays of optical dipole traps as qubits of a quantum computer is presented. Methods for…

### High-Fidelity Control and Entanglement of Rydberg-Atom Qubits.

- PhysicsPhysical review letters
- 2018

Individual neutral atoms excited to Rydberg states are a promising platform for quantum simulation and quantum information processing. However, experimental progress to date has been limited by short…

### Rydberg blockade based parity quantum optimization

- Computer Science
- 2022

We present a scalable architecture for solving higher-order constrained binary optimization problems on current neutral-atom hardware operating in the Rydberg blockade regime. In particular, we…

### Single-site Rydberg addressing in 3D atomic arrays for quantum computing with neutral atoms

- PhysicsJournal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
- 2020

Neutral atom arrays are particularly promising for large-scale quantum computing because it is possible to prepare large-scale qubit arrays. An unsolved issue is how to selectively excite one qubit…

### Quantum simulation and computing with Rydberg qubits

- Physics
- 2020

An overview of the Rydberg quantum toolbox is given, emphasizing the high degree of flexibility for encoding qubits, performing quantum operations and engineering quantum many-body Hamiltonians.

### Quantum simulation and computing with Rydberg-interacting qubits

- Physics
- 2021

Arrays of optically trapped atoms excited to Rydberg states have recently emerged as a competitive physical platform for quantum simulation and computing, where high-fidelity state preparation and…

### Quantum Ising Hamiltonian Programming in Trio, Quartet, and Sextet Qubit Systems

- PhysicsPRX Quantum
- 2020

Rydberg-atom quantum simulators are of keen interest because of their possibilities towards high-dimensional qubit architectures. Here we report three-dimensional conformation spectra of…

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