P09 - Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Ions

Thomas Monz


Abstract:

The long-term goals and visions of our project are to (i) push towards the demonstration of a fully-functional quantum processor beyond 30 qubits; (ii) develop and implement characterization, verification and validation (CVV) routines to certify quantum performance beyond classical capabilities; (iii) implement novel ideas for demonstrating a quantum advantage; and (iv) realize experiments that show-case QC for industrial applications. For the goals outlined above, the first four years will be dedicated to exploring scaling ion-trap quantum computing, CVV beyond a ten-qubit quantum processor, demonstration of a computational quantum speed-up, and the implementation of various quantum algorithms.

Team:

Subproject Leader: Thomas Monz

Co-PI: Rainer Blatt, Tracy Northup, Philipp Schindler

PostDoc: Martin Ringbauer, Pavel Hrmo

PhD students: Maria Galli, Roman Stricker

Admin: Patricia Moser, Claudia Mevenkamp

Publications:

Efficient ion-photon qubit SWAP gate in realistic ion cavity-QED systems without strong coupling
A. Borne, T. E. Northup, R. Blatt, B. Dayan
Preprint: [arXiv:1902.03469] [quant-ph] (2019)

Indistinguishable photons from a trapped-ion quantum network node
M. Meraner, A. Mazloom, V. Krutyanskiy, V. Krcmarsky, J. Schupp, D. Fioretto, P. Sekatski, T. E. Northup, N. Sangouard, B. P. Lanyon
Preprint: [arXiv:1912.09259] [quant-ph] (2019)

Cross-verification of independent quantum devices
C. Greganti, T. F. Demarie, M. Ringbauer, J. A. Jones, V. Saggio, I. A. Calafell, L. A. Rozema, A. Erhard, M. Meth, L. Postler, R. Stricker, P. Schindler, R. Blatt, T. Monz, P. Walther, J. F. Fitzsimons
Preprint: [arXiv:1905.09790] [quant-ph] (2019)