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Title: THE EFFECT OF THE CENTER-OF-MASS MOTION ON THE FIDELITY OF NEUTRAL-ATOM QUANTUM GATES AND THE OPTIMAL CIRCUIT FOR A PROTECTED QUBIT
Authors: YE LUYAO
Keywords: center-of-mass, neutral atom, quantum gate, quantum computing, Raman transition, fidelity.
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2018
Citation: YE LUYAO (2018-12-31). THE EFFECT OF THE CENTER-OF-MASS MOTION ON THE FIDELITY OF NEUTRAL-ATOM QUANTUM GATES AND THE OPTIMAL CIRCUIT FOR A PROTECTED QUBIT. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In the first part, we study the effects of the center-of-mass (CM) motion on Raman transitions. Theoretical and experimental values of the fidelities of two-qubit neutral-atom gates suffer significant disagreement. This suggests that a more thorough analysis on the possible errors in the implementation of the gates is needed. We find that there is a strong correlation between the CM motion and the fidelity of the gate. We also demonstrate the previous discrepancies between theoretical and experimental results in the robustness analysis for a control-phase gate, which can be resolved by considering the effects of the CM motion. In the second part, we study the optimal circuit for the decoherence-free memory scheme of R. Han's PhD thesis on 2012. We are able to find a circuit that contains fewer single-qubit gates than the existing optimal scheme. Finally, we use the Monte Carlo method to show the robustness of the circuit under general noise.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/153724
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