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Scalable and Parallel Tweezer Gates for Quantum Computing with Long Ion Strings

@inproceedings{Olsacher2020ScalableAP,
  title={Scalable and Parallel Tweezer Gates for Quantum Computing with Long Ion Strings},
  author={Tobias Olsacher and L. Postler and P. Schindler and T. Monz and P. Zoller and L. M. Sieberer},
  year={2020}
}
  • Tobias Olsacher, L. Postler, +3 authors L. M. Sieberer
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Trapped-ion quantum computers have demonstrated high-performance gate operations in registers of about ten qubits. However, scaling up and parallelizing quantum computations with long onedimensional (1D) ion strings is an outstanding challenge due to the global nature of the motional modes of the ions which mediate qubit-qubit couplings. Here, we devise methods to implement scalable and parallel entangling gates by using engineered localized phonon modes. We propose to tailor such localized… CONTINUE READING

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