Quantum state carving of two atomic qubits in an optical cavity


Neutral atoms trapped inside an optical cavity provide an ideal platform for the implementation of quantum networks [1]. In such a network, nodes containing multiple atomic qubits are essential for the construction of a quantum repeater as they allow for entanglement swapping and thus the generation of entanglement between qubits over long distances. Here… (More)


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