"Towards Scalable Quantum Computation with Trapped Ions," Jeremy Sage (Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group, MIT Lincoln Laboratory)

Date: 
Monday, April 1, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:00am
Series: 
AMO Seminars

Trapped ions are one of the most promising systems for quantum computation due to their demonstrated long coherence times and high-fidelity control and readout.  While many challenges remain to realize the true potential of these systems, chief among them is the development of technology and techniques required to reliably control and measure a large number of ion qubits with low error.  In this talk, I will present ongoing experimental work at Lincoln Laboratory aimed at this development, including that of chip-scale ion traps and chip-integrated photonic and electronic components. 

Event Attachments: 
Location: 
PAB 3-703