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Theoretical Physics Seminar

Theoretical Physics Seminar Stacjonarnie

Quantum computing with silicon quantum dots

23-04-2024 12:00 - 13:00
Institute of Physics PAS; Room D, Building I
dr hab. Łukasz Cywiński, prof. IF PAN
Institute of Physics PAS
Room D (Building I)

Classical computers are made from semiconductors, but semiconductor-based architectures for quantum computers are still less developed than those based on superconducting circuits, trapped ions, or neutral atoms. I will try to convince you that there are good reasons to still pursue the "semiconductor path" to quantum computers, and discuss challenges that need to be overcome on this path. I will also discuss what kinds of interesting physical problems from solid state physics and open quantum system physics one can grapple with, while contributing to a somewhat "engineering-like" task of building a scalable quantum computer.


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  • 23-04-2024 12:00 - 13:00
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