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Unformatted text preview: An Ion-Trap Microarchitecture for Quantum An Ion-Trap Microarchitecture for Quantum Computation Computation Tzvetan S. Metodi, Darshan D. Thaker, and Frederic T. Chong Tzvetan S. Metodi, Darshan D. Thaker, and Frederic T. Chong University of California University of California QARC Quantum Architecture Research Center Andrew W. Cross and Isaac L. Chuang Andrew W. Cross and Isaac L. Chuang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology + The Quantum Architecture The Quantum Architecture Research Center Research Center QARC Quantum Architecture Research Center + Mark Oskin Mark Oskin John Kubiatowitz Isaac Chuang Fred T. Chong Quantum Computers Today Complexity (# gates) # of quantum bits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 98 00 00 01 03 99,01 98 99 QARC NMR Supercond. Ion Trap 99, Oxford 03, NEC 00, Frankfurt 01, LANL 00, LANL 99, Cambridge 99,00, MIT 00 98, LANL 00 00, NEC 99, Oxford 00, NIST 02, NIST / Saclay Delft / UK 03 Ion trap DJ 96, NIST FACTORING (NMR) 01, NIST 04, NIST Complexity # of quantum bits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 98 00 00 01 03 99,01 98 99 QARC NMR Supercond. Ion Trap 99, Oxford 03, NEC 00, Frankfurt 01, LANL 00, LANL 99, Cambridge 99,00, MIT 00 98, LANL 00 00, NEC 99, Oxford 00, NIST 02, NIST / Saclay Delft / UK 03, Innsbruck 03 Ion trap DJ 96, NIST FACTORING 01, NIST 10 5 qubits 10 6 gates Factor 1024-bit Number Our Goal Factor 2048-bit Number 10 7 gates 10 6 qubits Building a Quantum Architecture Building a Quantum Architecture Reliable and Realistic Technology Reliable and Realistic Technology Reliable initialization Reliable initialization Universal set of quantum operations Universal set of quantum operations Ability to Measure the system Ability to Measure the system Fault-Tolerant Structures and Error Fault-Tolerant Structures and Error Correction Correction Efficient Quantum Resource Distributions. Efficient Quantum Resource Distributions. Brief Talk Outline Brief Talk Outline The Ion-Trap Technology The Ion-Trap Technology Quantum Logic Array (QLA) Quantum Logic Array (QLA) overview overview Communication Mechanism Communication Mechanism Example (FT Toffoli Gate) Example (FT Toffoli Gate) Numerical Results and Conclusion Numerical Results and Conclusion Trapped Ions for Quantum Computation Trapped Ions for Quantum Computation Cirac and Zoller in 95. A Cirac and Zoller in 95. A number of atomic ions number of atomic ions trapped in a linear RF trap trapped in a linear RF trap that interact with Lasers that interact with Lasers beams to quantum compute....
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