Quantum information processing using quantum dot spins and cavity QED

@article{Imamolu1999QuantumIP,
  title={Quantum information processing using quantum dot spins and cavity QED},
  author={A. Imamoğlu and D. Awschalom and G. Burkard and D. DiVincenzo and D. Loss and M. Sherwin and A. Small},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1999},
  volume={83},
  pages={4204-4207}
}
The electronic spin degrees of freedom in semiconductors typically have decoherence times that are several orders of magnitude longer than other relevant time scales. A solid-state quantum computer based on localized electron spins as qubits is therefore of potential interest. Here, a scheme that realizes controlled interactions between two distant quantum dot spins is proposed. The effective long-range interaction is mediated by the vacuum field of a high finesse microcavity. By using… Expand

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