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Processing quantum information with relativistic motion of atoms

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We show that particle detectors, such as 2-level atoms, in non-inertial motion (or in gravitational fields) could be used to build quantum gates for the processing of quantum information. Concretely, we show that through suitably chosen non-inertial trajectories of the detectors the interaction Hamiltonian’s time dependence can be modulated to yield arbitrary rotations in the Bloch sphere due to relativistic quantum effects.

This talk is part of the CQIF Seminar series.

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