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Scalable quantum control and non-abelian anyon creation in a honeycomb lattice

@inproceedings{Raii2022ScalableQC,
  title={Scalable quantum control and non-abelian anyon creation in a honeycomb lattice},
  author={Omar Raii and Florian Mintert and Daniel Burgarth},
  year={2022}
}
The honeycomb spin-1/2 lattice is a model allowing for experimentally implementable quantum computation with topological protection of quantum information. Practical implementation of quantum information processing typically relies on adiabatic, i.e. slow dynamics. Here we show that the restriction to adiabatic dynamics can be overcome with optimal control theory, enabled by an extension of the fermionisation of the honeycomb model to the time-dependent case. 
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