Research field: Quantum information processing

Quantum information processing (QIPC) is understood as the application of genuine quantum effects as superposition and entanglement for computational tasks, secure information transfer, simulation of complex states of matter, improvement of measurements down to the fundamental limits of quantum mechanics, and the studies of decoherence.

 We are interested in scalable physical qubit systems allowing for quantum logic operations and at the same time for a high isolation to the environment zu keep decoherence small. Öffnet einen internen Link im aktuellen Fenster(more)

Fig.: Les Dossiers de la Recherche 29, 60 ( Novembre 2007)

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Institute for
Quantum Information Processing
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
D-89069 Ulm
Germany

www.quantenbit.de
tel: ++ 49 / 731 / 50-22830
fax: ++ 49 / 731 / 50-22839
nawi.qiv(at)uni-ulm.de

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