Quantum simulation and computing with Rydberg-interacting qubits

@inproceedings{Morgado2021QuantumSA,
  title={Quantum simulation and computing with Rydberg-interacting qubits},
  author={Manuel Morgado and Shannon Whitlock},
  year={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 readout, quantum logic gates and controlled quantum dynamics of more than 100 qubits have all been demonstrated. These systems are now approaching the point where reliable quantum computations with hundreds of qubits and realistically thousands of multiqubit gates with low error rates should be within… Expand
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