Metropolitan-scale heralded entanglement of solid-state qubits

Kavli Affiliate: Ronald Hanson | First 5 Authors: Arian J. Stolk, Kian L. van der Enden, Marie-Christine Slater, Ingmar te Raa-Derckx, Pieter Botma | Summary: A key challenge towards future quantum internet technology is connecting quantum processors at metropolitan scale. Here, we report on heralded entanglement between two independently operated quantum network nodes separated by […]


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QDsim: An user-friendly toolbox for simulating large-scale quantum dot device

Kavli Affiliate: Eliska Greplova | First 5 Authors: Valentina Gualtieri, Charles Renshaw-Whitman, Vinicius Hernandes, Eliska Greplova, | Summary: We introduce QDsim, a python package tailored for the rapid generation of charge stability diagrams in large-scale quantum dot devices, extending beyond traditional double or triple dots. QDsim is founded on the constant interaction model from which […]


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Revealing kinetically tuned atomic pathways for interfacial strain relaxation

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Sophia B. Betzler, Daewon Lee, Sam Oaks-Leaf, Colin Ophus, Lin-Wang Wang | Summary: Strain at interfaces may profoundly impact the microstructure and properties of materials; thus, it is a major consideration when designing and engineering materials. Dislocation formation is a commonly known mechanism to release mismatch […]


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An efficient quantum algorithm for generation of ab initio n-th order susceptibilities for non-linear spectroscopies

Kavli Affiliate: Birgitta Whaley | First 5 Authors: Tyler Kharazi, Torin F. Stetina, Liwen Ko, Guang Hao Low, K. Birgitta Whaley | Summary: We develop and analyze a fault-tolerant quantum algorithm for computing $n$-th order response properties necessary for analysis of non-linear spectroscopies of molecular and condensed phase systems. We use a semi-classical description in […]


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Convergence Acceleration of Favre-Averaged Non-Linear Harmonic Method

Kavli Affiliate: Feng Wang | First 5 Authors: Feng Wang, Kurt Webber, David Radford, Luca di Mare, Marcus Meyer | Summary: This paper develops a numerical procedure to accelerate the convergence of the Favre-averaged Non-Linear Harmonic (FNLH) method. The scheme provides a unified mathematical framework for solving the sparse linear systems formed by the mean […]


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A new approach for deducing rms proton radii from charge-changing reactions of neutron-rich nuclei and the reaction-target dependence

Kavli Affiliate: Feng Wang | First 5 Authors: J. -C. Zhang, B. -H. Sun, I. Tanihata, R. Kanungo, C. Scheidenberger | Summary: We report the charge-changing cross sections ($sigma_{text{cc}}$) of 24 $p$-shell nuclides on both hydrogen and carbon at about 900$A$ MeV, of which $^{8,9}$Li, $^{10textendash12}$Be, $^{10,14,15}$B, $^{14,15,17textendash22}$N and $^{16}$O on hydrogen and $^{8,9}$Li on […]


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Score-Based Diffusion Models for Photoacoustic Tomography Image Reconstruction

Kavli Affiliate: Lihong V. Wang | First 5 Authors: Sreemanti Dey, Snigdha Saha, Berthy T. Feng, Manxiu Cui, Laure Delisle | Summary: Photoacoustic tomography (PAT) is a rapidly-evolving medical imaging modality that combines optical absorption contrast with ultrasound imaging depth. One challenge in PAT is image reconstruction with inadequate acoustic signals due to limited sensor […]


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Coherent control from quantum committment probabilities

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Michelle C. Anderson, Amro Dodin, Thomas P. Fay, David T. Limmer, | Summary: We introduce a general definition of a quantum committor in order to clarify reaction mechanisms and facilitate control in processes where coherent effects are important. With a quantum committor, we generalize the notion […]


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Evaluation of transition rates from nonequilibrium instantons

Kavli Affiliate: David T. Limmer | First 5 Authors: Eric R. Heller, David T. Limmer, , , | Summary: Equilibrium rate theories play a crucial role in understanding rare, reactive events. However, they are inapplicable to a range of irreversible processes in systems driven far from thermodynamic equilibrium like active and biological matter. Here, we […]


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Efficient Generation of Multi-partite Entanglement between Non-local Superconducting Qubits using Classical Feedback

Kavli Affiliate: Irfan Siddiqi | First 5 Authors: Akel Hashim, Ming Yuan, Pranav Gokhale, Larry Chen, Christian Juenger | Summary: Quantum entanglement is one of the primary features which distinguishes quantum computers from classical computers. In gate-based quantum computing, the creation of entangled states or the distribution of entanglement across a quantum processor often requires […]


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