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Title:
Blueprint for a microwave trapped ion quantum computer
Authors:
Lekitsch, Bjoern; Weidt, Sebastian; Fowler, Austin G.; Mølmer, Klaus; Devitt, Simon J.; Wunderlich, Christof; Hensinger, Winfried K.
Publication:
Science Advances, vol. 3, issue 2, p. e1601540
Publication Date:
02/2017
Origin:
CROSSREF
DOI:
10.1126/sciadv.1601540
Bibliographic Code:
2017SciA....3E1540L

Abstract

The availability of a universal quantum computer will have fundamental impact on a vast number of research fields and society as a whole. An increasingly large scientific and industrial community is working towards the realization of such a device. An arbitrarily large quantum computer is best constructed using a modular approach. We present a blueprint for a trapped-ion based scalable quantum computer module which makes it possible to create a scalable quantum computer architecture based on long-wavelength radiation quantum gates. The modules control all operations as stand-alone units, are constructed using silicon microfabrication techniques and they are within reach of current technology. To perform the required quantum computations, the modules make use of long-wavelength-radiation based quantum gate technology. To scale this microwave quantum computer architecture to an arbitrary size we present a fully scalable design that makes use of ion transport between different modules, thereby allowing arbitrarily many modules to be connected to construct a large-scale device. A high-error-threshold surface error correction code can be implemented in the proposed architecture to execute fault-tolerant operations. With only minor adjustments the proposed modules are also suitable for alternative trapped-ion quantum computer architectures, such as schemes using photonic interconnects.
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