Development and Application of Semiconductor Quantum Dots to Quantum Computing
Final rept. 1 Jun 1998-30 Nov 2001
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR HARRISON M RANDALL LAB OF PHYSICS
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This work focuses on developing and applying the necessary methodology for the understanding and application of semiconductor quantum dots for quantum computing. Several major milestones were achieved during the present program including the demonstration of optically induced and detected quantum entanglement of two qubits, Rabi oscillation one bit rotation in single q-bit, and demonstration of the two-bit system. Future work is focusing on demonstrating a scalable system as well as working to developing lived coherent states based on optically driven spin systems.
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