Matteo Mazzanti (UvA): Novel quantum logic gates architecture

Matteo Mazzanti (UvA): Novel quantum logic gates architecture with trapped ions and optical tweezers

There are complex problems that classical computers struggle to solve. For example, route optimization, drug design, and material discovery all require extraordinary computational power. Quantum computers are central in the solution to this problem. However, today’s quantum computers are difficult to assemble and hard to operate. A newly developed, innovative quantum computer combines tightly focused laser beams, or optical tweezers, with trapped ions. The novel design not only reduces the number of lasers required, but also simplifies the setup for building and operating these quantum computers, which can be used for new technological breakthroughs and the most challenging scientific problems.

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