Scalable solid-state quantum processor using subradiant two-atom states.

Abstract

We propose a realization of a scalable, high-performance quantum processor whose qubits are represented by the ground and subradiant states of effective dimers formed by pairs of two-level systems coupled by resonant dipole-dipole interaction. The dimers are implanted in low-temperature solid host material at controllable nanoscale separations. The two-qubit entanglement either relies on the coherent excitation exchange between the dimers or is mediated by external laser fields.

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@article{Petrosyan2002ScalableSQ, title={Scalable solid-state quantum processor using subradiant two-atom states.}, author={David Petrosyan and Gershon Kurizki}, journal={Physical review letters}, year={2002}, volume={89 20}, pages={207902} }