QICS Category: 10. QUANTUM COMPUTATION

{|border="0" cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" | | |- | colspan=2|'''11. Algorithms''' |- | | |- |'''11.10.+c''' |'''Quantum complexity theory''' |- |'''11.20.+a''' |'''Role of entanglement in quantum algorithms''' |- |'''11.30.+h''' |'''Factoring, hidden subgroup''' |- |'''11.40.+s''' |'''Quantum search''' |- |'''11.50.+m''' |'''Quantum maps, quantum chaos''' |- |'''11.60.+g''' |'''Quantum games, strategies''' |- |'''11.70.+w''' |'''Quantum random walks''' |- |'''11.80.+e''' |'''Spectral evaluation''' |- |'''11.90.+m''' |'''Quantum template matching''' |- |'''11.95.+o''' |'''Other algorithms''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''12. Simulations''' |- | | |- |'''12.10.+i''' |'''Simulations of many-body interactions''' |- |'''12.20.+h''' |'''Optimal simulation of few-qubit Hamiltonians''' |- |'''12.30.+u''' |'''Universal quantum simulators with specific systems (e.g. trapped ions, optical lattices, etc.)''' |- |'''12.40.+e''' |'''Efficient classical simulation of quantum computations''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''13. Defeating errors''' |- | | |- |'''13.10.+n''' |'''Effects of noise and imperfections''' |- |'''13.20.+e''' |'''Quantum error correction''' |- |'''13.30.+t''' |'''Fault-tolerant quantum computation''' |- |'''13.40.+d''' |'''Decoherence-free subspaces / noiseless subsystems''' |- |'''13.50.+d''' |'''Dynamical / algebraic decoupling / recoupling''' |- |'''13.60.+p''' |'''Geometric / topological protection''' |- |'''13.70.+f''' |'''Quantum feedback / filtering and control''' |- |'''13.80.+a''' |'''Errors and chaos''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''14. Models and Architectures''' |- | | |- |'''14.10.+c''' |'''Quantum circuit model''' |- |'''14.20.+a''' |'''Quantum cellular automata''' |- |'''14.30.+t''' |'''Quantum Turing machine''' |- |'''14.35.+i''' |'''Initialization of quantum registers''' |- |'''14.40.+m''' |'''Measurement-based quantum computation''' |- |'''14.50.+a''' |'''Adiabatic quantum computation''' |- |'''14.60.+g''' |'''Geometric/topological and holonomic quantum computation''' |- |'''14.70.+p''' |'''Post-selected quantum computation''' |- |'''14.80.+f''' |'''Quantum computation with fixed couplings''' |- |'''14.90.+l''' |'''Quantum computation with limited local control''' |- |'''14.95.+p''' |'''Probabilistic quantum computation''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''15. Implementations: Quantum Optics''' |- | | |- |'''15.10.-p''' |'''Quantum Optics: Physical qubits''' |- |15.10.El |Electrons |- |15.10.Ie |Ions: electronic states |- |15.10.Iv |Ions: vibrational states |- |15.10.Ne |Neutral atoms: electronic states |- |15.10.Nv |Neutral atoms: vibrational states |- |15.10.Ry |Rydberg atoms |- |15.10.Ph |Photons |- |15.10.Qd |Quantum dots |- |15.10.En |Atomic ensembles |- |15.10.Mo |Molecules |- |'''15.20.-e''' |'''Quantum Optics: Experimental systems''' |- |15.20.Pt |Penning traps (planar and circular) |- |15.20.Lp |Linear Paul traps |- |15.20.Ml |Micro-fabricated lithographic traps |- |15.20.Ol |Optical lattices |- |15.20.Mc |Magnetic atom chips |- |15.20.Oc |Optical atom chips |- |15.20.Lo |Linear optics |- |15.20.Ca |Cavity QED |- |15.20.Ro |Readout techniques in quantum optics |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''16. Implementations: condensed matter''' |- | | |- |'''16.10.-p''' |'''Condensed Matter: Physical qubits''' |- |16.10.Ec |Electrons in solids: charge |- |16.10.Es |Electrons in solids: spin |- |16.10.Sc |Spin chains |- |16.10.Is |Ions in solids |- |16.10.Ns |Nuclear spins |- |16.10.Jn |Josephson nanodevices |- |16.10.Ex |Excitons |- |16.10.Po |Polaritons |- |'''16.20.-e''' |'''Condensed Matter: Experimental system''' |- |16.20.De |Electrically realized quantum dots |- |16.20.Db |Band-gap modulation quantum dots |- |16.20.Sr |Electron spin resonance |- |16.20.Re |Rare-earth-ion-doped crystals |- |16.20.Ln |Liquid NMR |- |16.20.Pd |Atomic donors in semiconductor substrates |- |16.20.Ec |Endohedral C60 on surfaces |- |16.20.Ih |Isotopically engineered heterostructures |- |16.20.Ns |QD nuclear spin ensembles |- |16.20.Cq |Charge qubits |- |16.20.Pq |Phase qubits |- |16.20.Fq |Flux qubits |- |16.20.Sq |Superconducting qubits coupled to resonators |- |16.20.Cp |Cooper pair box |- |16.20.Dc |Defect centers in diamonds |- |16.20.Rc |Readout techniques in condensed matter |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''17. Other implementations''' |- | | |- |'''17.10.+n''' |'''Nanotubes and nanowires''' |- |'''17.20.+m''' |'''Single-domain magnetic particles''' |- |'''17.30.+e''' |'''Electrons on helium films''' |- |'''17.40.+d''' |'''Molecular spin / dipole arrays''' |- |'''17.50.+h''' |'''Quantum Hall systems''' |- |'''17.60.+r''' |'''Nanomechanical resonators''' |- |'''17.70.+s''' |'''Spectral hole burning''' |- |'''17.80.+h''' |'''Hybrid systems''' |- |'''17.90.+s''' |'''Surface-acoustic-wave-based quantum computer''' |- | | |- | colspan=2|'''18. Decoherence Studies''' |- | | |- |'''18.10.+b''' |'''System-bath interaction (harmonic bath, spin bath)''' |- |'''18.20.+s''' |'''Electron spins in semiconductors (phonons, nuclear spins)''' |- |'''18.30.+a''' |'''Atoms close to surfaces / in laser fields or cavities''' |- |'''18.40.+n''' |'''Electromagnetic noise on trapped ions''' |- |'''18.50.+p''' |'''Electric and phonon noise in semiconductors''' |- |'''18.60.+d''' |'''Disentanglement via dissipation / dephasing''' |- |'''18.70.+s''' |'''Decoherence in solid state systems''' |- |'''18.80.+d''' |'''Quantum dissipation systems''' |- |- |} Category: ERA Quantiki Project

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