Rapid development of cold-atom quantum computers and their prospect
2023年12月26日(火) 13:30 - 17:00
富田 隆文 (分子科学研究所 光分子科学研究領域 助教)
Note for participants: For on-site participants, please register via the registration form. For online participants finding the Zoom link, you can get it after filling the registration form. Program: 13:30-15:00 Lecture 1 15:00-15:30 Coffee break 15:30-17:00 Lecture 2 Abstract: In this talk, I will give an overview of the recent rapid progress of cold-atom quantum computers. In a cold-atom quantum computer, a laser-cooled atomic gas in a vacuum chamber is captured with a two-dimensional trap array called an optical tweezers array, which is an array of tightly focused laser beams. An array of cold single atoms thus created is initialized, gate operated, and readout with other laser beams. Because of its controllability and scalability, the cold-atom quantum computer has been attracting much attention, as one of the most promising candidates in the race to develop quantum-computer hardware. I will describe the characteristics and development trends of the cold-atom hardware, as well as the development of a cold-atom quantum computer at Institute for Molecular Science including the realization of an ultrafast quantum gate using ultrashort laser pulses.
会場: 研究本館 4階 435-437号室 (メイン会場) / via Zoom