Quantum computing with spin qubits in semiconductor structures

@article{Privman2002QuantumCW,
  title={Quantum computing with spin qubits in semiconductor structures},
  author={Vladimir Privman and Dima V. Mozyrsky and Israel D. Vagner},
  journal={Computer Physics Communications},
  year={2002},
  volume={146},
  pages={331-338}
}
Abstract We survey recent work on designing and evaluating quantum computing implementations based on nuclear or bound-electron spins in semiconductor heterostructures at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields. General overview is followed by a summary of results of our theoretical calculations of decoherence time scales and spin–spin interactions. The latter were carried out for systems for which the two-dimensional electron gas provides the dominant carrier for spin dynamics via… Expand

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