Gateway Schemes of Quantum Control for Spin Networks

Koji Maruyama, Daniel Burgarth

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Towards the full-fledged quantum computing, what do we need? Obviously, the first thing we need is a (many-body) quantum system, which is reasonably isolated from its environment in order to reduce the unwanted effect of noise, and the second might be a good technique to fully control it. Although we would also need a well-designed quantum code for information processing for fault-tolerant computation, from a physical point of view, the primary requisites are a system and a full control for it. Designing and fabricating a controllable quantum system is a hard work in the first place, however, we shall focus on the subsequent steps that cannot be skipped and are highly nontrivial.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationElectron Spin Resonance (ESR) Based Quantum Computing
EditorsTakeji Takui, Lawrence Berliner, Graeme Hanson
PublisherSpringer Nature
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-4939-3658-8
ISBN (Print)978-1-4939-3656-4
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Publication series

NameBiological Magnetic Resonance
ISSN (Print)0192-6020


  • quantum control
  • spin networks
  • quantum computing
  • lie algebra


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