“Quantum Information Science with Laser-dressed Atoms: From Qubit to Qudecimal”

Michael J. Martin

Monday,  October 30th at 4:00 PM

120 Engineering (Hammond Auditorium)

Neutral atoms coupled to highly-excited Rydberg levels are an emerging platform for quantum science, with promising applications in quantum computing, quantum simulation, and quantum sensing. In this presentation, I will highlight some of recent experimental and theoretical work, including work towards demonstrating a Mølmer–Sørensen-like gate between two neutral atoms. I will further discuss our work at LANL towards entangling 10-level nuclear spins, or qudecimals, in 87Sr atoms. [Read More…]

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