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Surface-Electrode Architecture for Ion-Trap Quantum Information Processing

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Author(s)

J Chiaverini, Brad R. Blakestad, Joseph W. Britton, John D. Jost, C. Langer, Dietrich G. Leibfried, R Ozeri, David J. Wineland

Abstract

We investigate a surface-mounted electrode geometry for miniature linear radio frequency Paul ion traps. The electrodes reside in a single plane on a substrate, and the pseudopotential minimum of the trap is located above the substrate at a distance on order of the electrodes' lateral extent or separation. This architecture provides the possibility to apply standard microfabrication principles to the construction of multiplexed ion traps, which may be very desirable for recent proposals for large-scale quantum computation based on individual trapped ions.
Citation
Quantum Information and Computation
Volume
5
Issue
6
Publisher Info
Rinton Press, Princeton, NJ

Keywords

atom trapping and cooling, microfabrication, quantum algorithms, quantum computation, quantum information processing, quantum superpositions, trapped ions

Citation

Chiaverini, J. , Blakestad, B. , Britton, J. , Jost, J. , Langer, C. , Leibfried, D. , Ozeri, R. and Wineland, D. (2005), Surface-Electrode Architecture for Ion-Trap Quantum Information Processing, Rinton Press, Princeton, NJ, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=50014 (Accessed October 18, 2021)
Created September 1, 2005, Updated January 27, 2020