Closed Loop Quantum Control and Quantum Information Sciences: Concepts and Laboratory Implementations
Final rept. 1 Jun 2001-28 Feb 2007
PRINCETON UNIV NJ
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This is the final report on research concerned with combining control concepts and quantum information systems. Particular emphasis is being given to closed loop laboratory techniques for obtaining the maximum performance from quantum information systems. These studies entail minimization of the influence of environmental decoherence effects, maximum robustness to noise in the system controllers, the creation of robust gate operations, and the means to identify quantum information system Hamiltonians and evolving state behavior. The research includes both theoretical and laboratory components. The research summary is broken out into the accomplishments and findings in a set of interrelated QuIST projects.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Quantum Theory and Relativity