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Journal of Physical Chemistry & Biophysics

Journal of Physical Chemistry & Biophysics
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Laser of ultra-high security, integrated quantum photonics, and on-chip quantum optical computing

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics

September 01-03, 2015 Valencia, Spain

John Wang

National Institute of Quantum Computing, USA

Posters-Accepted Abstracts: J Phys Chem Biophys

Abstract :

For decades, one of the expeditions of quantum physics has been to build a quantum computer that can process largescale, challenging computational problems exponentially faster than classical computers. While scientists and engineers are progressing toward this target, almost every part of a quantum computer still needs noteworthy Research and Development (R&D). Current research is focusing on every angle of the quantum computer problem, including: â�?¢ innovative ways to generate entangled photon pairs, â�?¢ inventive types of gates and their fabrication on chips, â�?¢ superior ways to create and control qubits, â�?¢ novel designs for storage/memory buffers, â�?¢ effective detectors, and â�?¢ Creative ways to optimize them in various architectures. Optimizing the waveguide geometry, integrated quantum optical circuits are constructed to realize single-photon quantum computing. The central elements for such circuits include sources, gates and detectors. However, a major missing function critical for photonic quantum computing on-chip is a buffer, where single photons are stored for a short period of time to facilitate circuit synchronization. As a significant step in the field, an all-optical integrated quantum processor is being developed at the National Institute of Quantum Computing (NIQC). For fault-tolerant quantum computing, the speech will explore the frontier of current quests for quantum processing of ultra-high security, integrating the following enabling techniques including: â�?¢ probabilistic Bayesian network, â�?¢ quantum filtering, â�?¢ Error Correction Code (ECC), and â�?¢ Riemannian geometry

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