Multi-Qubit Coherent Operations (MQCO)
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The Multi-Qubit Coherent Operations Program aims to resolve the technical challenges involved in fabricating and operating multiple qubits in close proximity. The main themes of the program include qubit fabrication and yield; cross talk within the multi-qubit system; incorporation of the controls necessary to operate multiple qubits; coupling qubits to generate a universal gate set for quantum operations; and minimizing the overall system footprint. The program is comprised of different technologies including atomic and solid state based qubits. The end goal of the program is to execute quantum algorithms using multiple qubits and to evaluate the performance using a metric that can scale to higher qubit numbers.
Performers (Prime Contractors)
Duke University; Harvard University; IBM - T.J. Watson Research Center; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Copenhagen; University of Innsbruck; University of Wisconsin
- Advanced/alternative computing platforms
- Quantum information sciences
- Qubit systems
To access MQCO program-related publications, please enter the following into a Google Scholar search query: "W911NF-10-1-0231 OR W911NF-10-1-0284 OR W911NF-10-1-0330 OR W911NF-10-1-0334 OR W911NF-10-1-0347 OR W911NF-10-1-0324 OR W911NF-12-1-0354 OR DNI-017389 OR DNI-017388"
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