Simultaneous Deterministic Control of Distant Qubits
in Two Semiconductor Quantum Dots
A. Gamouras
R. Mathew
S. Freisem
D. G. Deppe
K. C. Hall
10.1021/nl4018176.s003
https://acs.figshare.com/articles/media/Simultaneous_Deterministic_Control_of_Distant_Qubits_in_Two_Semiconductor_Quantum_Dots/2368210
In optimal quantum control (OQC),
a target quantum state of matter
is achieved by tailoring the phase and amplitude of the control Hamiltonian
through femtosecond pulse-shaping techniques and powerful adaptive
feedback algorithms. Motivated by recent applications of OQC in quantum
information science as an approach to optimizing quantum gates in
atomic and molecular systems, here we report the experimental implementation
of OQC in a solid-state system consisting of distinguishable semiconductor
quantum dots. We demonstrate simultaneous high-fidelity π and
2π single qubit gates in two different quantum dots using a
single engineered infrared femtosecond pulse. These experiments enhance
the scalability of semiconductor-based quantum hardware and lay the
foundation for applications of pulse shaping to optimize quantum gates
in other solid-state systems.
2013-10-09 00:00:00
quantum information science
Semiconductor Quantum DotsIn
target quantum state
semiconductor quantum dots
OQC
adaptive feedback algorithms
Simultaneous Deterministic Control
quantum gates