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Scalable quantum information processing in diamond

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  • UserWilliam J Munro (NTT Basic Research Labs, NTT Corp, Japan)
  • ClockTuesday 29 November 2016, 11:30-12:30
  • HouseRyle Seminar Room (930) .

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Physics and information are intimately connected, and the ultimate information processing devices will be those that harness the principles of quantum mechanics. Many physical systems have been identified as candidates for quantum information processing, but none of them are immune from errors. The challenge remains to find a path from the experiments of today to a reliable and scalable quantum information processing devices. Here, we develop an architecture based on a simple module comprising an optical cavity containing a single negatively charged nitrogen vacancy center in diamond. Modules are connected by photons propagating in a fiber-optical network. We find that our architecture enables large-scale quantum information processing with existing technology.

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