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Physikalische Gesellschaft Zürich
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Prof. Dr. Wenchao Xu

Quantum science with Rydberg atom arrays: a review and future

Donnerstag 2. November 2023, um 19:30 Uhr
ETH Hauptgebäude Hörsaal HG G5, Rämistrasse 101 und Live Stream über Zoom (Link via e-Mail)

Electron orbital of a Rydberg atom with n=12. Colors show the quantum phase of the highly excited electron. (Wikimedia, Berndthaller)

Quantum science promises great potential to revolutionize our current technologies.

Arrays of individual atoms trapped in optical tweezers have emerged as an attractive architecture for quantum computation and simulation. By harnessing controllable inter-atomic interactions via the Rydberg states of atoms, this architecture can be used to perform high-fidelity quantum gate operations, and to simulate quantum many-body systems.

In this talk, I will give a brief introduction on this architecture, and review the rapid progress during the past few years, together with current challenges.

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