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Solid state qubit quantum state tomography - art. no. 69030D

Walther, Andreas LU ; Rippe, Lars LU ; Julsgaard, Brian LU and Kröll, Stefan LU (2008) Conference on Advanced Optical Concepts in Quantum Computing, Memory and Communication In Advanced Optical Concepts in Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication 6903. p.9030-9030
Abstract
Solid state quantum computer hardware may be based on rare-earth-ion-doped crystals. The qubits can be encoded as nuclear spin states of an ensemble of, e.g., Pr3+ ions, randomly doped into a Y2SiO5 crystal. Two such qubits can control each other through the dipole blockade effect, and transfers between the two qubit states can be done at a high fidelity, despite the strongly inhomogeneous nature of the ensemble approach. In this paper full control over the qubit Bloch sphere is demonstrated, by performing arbitrary qubit rotations and characterizing the outcomes using quantum state tomography.
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Advanced Optical Concepts in Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication
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9030 - 9030
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Conference on Advanced Optical Concepts in Quantum Computing, Memory and Communication
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1996-756X
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10.1117/12.772312
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English
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  abstract     = {Solid state quantum computer hardware may be based on rare-earth-ion-doped crystals. The qubits can be encoded as nuclear spin states of an ensemble of, e.g., Pr3+ ions, randomly doped into a Y2SiO5 crystal. Two such qubits can control each other through the dipole blockade effect, and transfers between the two qubit states can be done at a high fidelity, despite the strongly inhomogeneous nature of the ensemble approach. In this paper full control over the qubit Bloch sphere is demonstrated, by performing arbitrary qubit rotations and characterizing the outcomes using quantum state tomography.},
  author       = {Walther, Andreas and Rippe, Lars and Julsgaard, Brian and Kröll, Stefan},
  booktitle    = {Advanced Optical Concepts in Quantum Computing, Memory, and Communication},
  issn         = {1996-756X},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {9030--9030},
  publisher    = {SPIE},
  title        = {Solid state qubit quantum state tomography - art. no. 69030D},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.772312},
  volume       = {6903},
  year         = {2008},
}