|Title||Large-scale quantum computation in an anharmonic linear ion trap|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||G. - D. Lin, S. - L. Zhu, R. Islam, K. Kim, M. - S. Chang, S. Korenblit, C. Monroe, and L. M. Duan|
|Keywords||2009, Single Fellow|
We propose a large-scale quantum computer architecture by more easily stabilizing a single large linear ion chain in a very simple trap geometry. By confining ions in an anharmonic linear trap with nearly uniform spacing between ions, we show that high-fidelity quantum gates can be realized in large linear ion crystals under the Doppler temperature based on coupling to a near-continuum of transverse motional modes with simple shaped laser pulses.
Large-scale quantum computation in an anharmonic linear ion trap
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