Please acknowledge -Toxuus- when you publish your work...
Home | Start a Project | Tag/Contribution Search | Tag Index
Selected Project
Project 1
Scalable Architectures for Photonic Quantum Computers and Networks
Anonymous | 2.5.2009 | Defined Project (updated on 12.12.2015) | Print Preview
Click to Expand / Collapse Abstract
Despite promising developments in theory, progress in the physical realization of quantum circuits, algorithms, and communication systems has been extremely challenging to date. There are many approaches for quantum information processing. Major model physical systems include nuclear magnetic resonance, ion trap, neutral atom, cavity QED, solid state, superconducting, and optical approaches. All of these have their own advantages, but unfortunately, also their own drawbacks. Ideally, one would merge the most attractive features of these different approaches in a single technology. We explore photonic crystals, planar lightwave integrated circuits, and metamaterials as the bases for large-scale, robust and compact quantum circuit boards and processors of the next generation computers and networking devices. In this project cavity QED, solid state, and optical approaches are our main emphasises to be improved through this technology.
Click to Expand / Collapse Details
Click to Expand / Collapse Notes
 Tags : Cavity QED, Integrated Optics, Linear Optical Quantum Computation, Photonic Crystals, Planar Lightwave Circuits, Quantum Communication, Quantum Computation
  no contributions yet
login or register to add contributions

Join Project
Click here to fill application form to join this project.