ARC CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR QUANTUM COMPUTATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (CQC2T) - MATCHING CONTRIBUTION
Grant number: CE1101027 | Funding period: 2011 - 2017
Related publications (9)
Two-electron states of a group-V donor in silicon from atomistic full configuration interactions
Archana Tankasala, Joseph Salfi, Juanita Bocquel, Benoit Voisin, Muhammad Usman, Gerhard Klimeck, Michelle Y Simmons, Lloyd CL Hollenberg, Sven Rogge, Rajib Rahman
Two-electron states bound to donors in silicon are important for both two-qubit gates and spin readout. We present a full configur..
Towards visualisation of central-cell-effects in scanning tunnelling microscope images of subsurface dopant qubits in silicon
Muhammad Usman, Benoit Voisin, Joe Salfi, Sven Rogge, Lloyd CL Hollenberg
Atomic-scale understanding of phosphorus donor wave functions underpins the design and optimisation of silicon based quantum devic..
Spatial metrology of dopants in silicon with exact lattice site precision
M Usman, J Bocquel, J Salfi, B Voisin, A Tankasala, R Rahman, MY Simmons, S Rogge, LCL Hollenberg
Scaling of Si-based nanoelectronics has reached the regime where device function is affected not only by the presence of individua..
Storing quantum information for 30 seconds in a nanoelectronic device
Juha T Muhonen, Juan P Dehollain, Arne Laucht, Fay E Hudson, Rachpon Kalra, Takeharu Sekiguchi, Kohei M Itoh, David N Jamieson, Jeffrey C McCallum, Andrew S Dzurak, Andrea Morello
The spin of an electron or a nucleus in a semiconductor naturally implements the unit of quantum information--the qubit. In additi..
Room Temperature Quantum Emission from Cubic Silicon Carbide Nanoparticles
Stefania Castelletto, Brett C Johnson, Cameron Zachreson, David Beke, Istvan Balogh, Takeshi Ohshima, Igor Aharonovich, Adam Gali
The photoluminescence (PL) arising from silicon carbide nanoparticles has so far been associated with the quantum confinement effe..
Superconducting quantum circuits at the surface code threshold for fault tolerance
R Barends, J Kelly, A Megrant, A Veitia, D Sank, E Jeffrey, TC White, J Mutus, AG Fowler, B Campbell, Y Chen, Z Chen, B Chiaro, A Dunsworth, C Neill, P O'Malley, P Roushan, A Vainsencher, J Wenner, AN Korotkov
A quantum computer can solve hard problems, such as prime factoring, database searching and quantum simulation, at the cost of nee..