Thesis / Dissertation

Donor activation and isotopic enrichment of silicon via ion implantation for quantum computing

Danielle Holmes, David Jamieson (ed.)

Published : 2020


Quantum computers are set to revolutionise technology by harnessing the immense promise of quantum mechanics, the law governing nature on the atomic scale, to enable a dramatically increased efficiency for certain algorithms over their classical counterparts. By storing and manipulating information on quantum bits (qubits), which can exist in a superposition of 0 and 1 at the same time and can be entangled with each other, instead of classical bits, which are strictly 0 or 1, certain problems that are intractable with classical computation can be solved. To realise a qubit, a quantum system that exists in two or more states, such as ..

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