QNR.20.004 – High-temperature quantum processors
Large-scale quantum computers have the potential to revolutionise various aspects of science, technology and society. Solid-state qubit architectures that are compatible with established manufacturing technology provide a compelling path forward. Various platforms are now being pursued world-wide in industry. However, all these technologies operate at cryogenic temperatures below 4 Kelvin and, in most cases, in the milliKelvin regime, and the associated complexity and cost present a difficult challenge for practical quantum computation. In this project we aim to demonstrate, and make available, solid-state quantum processors based on spins in diamond that operate at high temperatures all the way up to room temperature. Such high operating temperatures might proof to be a decisive advantage for ultimately making available the power of quantum computation for society.
Quantum computing, quantum simulations, qubits, room temperature, spins in diamond
|Organisation||QuTech, Delft University of Technology (TUD)|
|Name||Dr. T.H. (Tim Hugo) Taminiau|