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Experimental Aspects of Quantum Computing

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  • Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras

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Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi
  2. Introduction

    1. Introduction

      • Henry Everitt
      Pages 1-4
  3. Invited Articles

    1. Progress in Quantum Algorithms

      • Peter W. Shor
      Pages 5-13
    2. NMR Quantum Information Processing

      • Chandrasekhar Ramanathan, Nicolas Boulant, Zhiying Chen, David G. Cory, Isaac Chuang, Matthias Steffen
      Pages 15-44
    3. Quantum Computing with Trapped Ion Hyperfine Qubits

      • B. B. Blinov, D. Leibfried, C. Monroe, D. J. Wineland
      Pages 45-59
    4. Ion Trap Quantum Computing with Ca+ Ions

      • R. Blatt, H. H√§ffner, C. F. Roos, C. Becher, F. Schmidt-Kaler
      Pages 61-73
    5. Quantum Information Processing in Cavity-QED

      • S. J. van Enk, H. J. Kimble, H. Mabuchi
      Pages 75-90
    6. Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Neutral Atoms

      • P. S. Jessen, I. H. Deutsch, R. Stock
      Pages 91-103
    7. The Road to a Silicon Quantum Computer

      • J. R. Tucker, T. -C. Shen
      Pages 105-113
    8. Controlling Spin Qubits in Quantum Dots

      • Hans-Andreas Engel, L. P. Kouwenhoven, Daniel Loss, C. M. Marcus
      Pages 115-132
    9. Spin-based Quantum Dot Quantum Computing in Silicon

      • Mark A. Eriksson, Mark Friesen, Susan N. Coppersmith, Robert Joynt, Levente J. Klein, Keith Slinker et al.
      Pages 133-146
    10. Optically Driven Quantum Computing Devices Based on Semiconductor Quantum Dots

      • Xiaoqin Li, Duncan Steel, Daniel Gammon, L. J. Sham
      Pages 147-161
    11. Implementing Qubits with Superconducting Integrated Circuits

      • Michel H. Devoret, John M. Martinis
      Pages 163-203
    12. Towards Scalable Linear-Optical Quantum Computers

      • J. P. Dowling, J. D. Franson, H. Lee, G. J. Milburn
      Pages 205-213
    13. Photonic Technologies for Quantum Information Processing

      • Prem Kumar, Paul Kwiat, Alan Migdall, Sae Woo Nam, Jelena Vuckovic, Franco N. C. Wong
      Pages 215-231
  4. Contributed Articles

    1. Quantum Computer Development with Single Ion Implantation

      • A. Persaud, S. J. Park, J. A. Liddle, I. W. Rangelow, J. Bokor, R. Keller et al.
      Pages 233-245
    2. Bang-Bang Refocusing of a Qubit Exposed to Telegraph Noise

      • Henryk Gutmann, Frank K. Wilhelm, William M. Kaminsky, Seth Lloyd
      Pages 247-272
    3. Quantum Computing and Information Extraction for Dynamical Quantum Systems

      • Giuliano Benenti, Giulio Casati, Simone Montangero
      Pages 273-293
    4. One-Dimensional Continuous-Time Quantum Walks

      • D. ben-Avraham, E. M. Bollt, C. Tamon
      Pages 295-308

About this book

Practical quantum computing still seems more than a decade away, and researchers have not even identified what the best physical implementation of a quantum bit will be. There is a real need in the scientific literature for a dialogue on the topic of lessons learned and looming roadblocks. This reprint from Quantum Information Processing is dedicated to the experimental aspects of quantum computing and includes articles that 1) highlight the lessons learned over the last 10 years, and 2) outline the challenges over the next 10 years. The special issue includes a series of invited articles that discuss the most promising physical implementations of quantum computing. The invited articles were to draw grand conclusions about the past and speculate about the future, not just report results from the present.

Keywords

  • Cavity-QED
  • NMR quantum information processing
  • ion trap quantum computing
  • one-dimensional continuous-time quantum walk
  • quantum algorithm
  • quantum computer
  • quantum dot
  • quantum system
  • qubit
  • scalable linear-optical quantum computer
  • semiconductor quantum dot
  • spin qubit
  • superconducting integrated circuit
  • trapped ion hyperfine qubits
  • trapped neutral atoms

Editors and Affiliations

  • Army Research Office, Research Triangle Park

    Henry O. Everitt

Bibliographic Information

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eBook USD 119.00
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  • ISBN: 978-0-387-27732-5
  • Instant PDF download
  • Readable on all devices
  • Own it forever
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  • Tax calculation will be finalised during checkout
Softcover Book USD 159.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)
Hardcover Book USD 199.99
Price excludes VAT (USA)