Hegde, Swathi S.
|Title:||Efficient implementation of a quantum algorithm in a single nitrogen vacancy center of diamond|
|Abstract:||Quantum computers have the potential to speed up certain problems that are hard for classical computers. Hybrid systems, such as the nitrogen vacancy (NV) center in diamond, are among the most promising systems to implement quantum computing, provided the control of the different types of qubits can be efficiently implemented. In the case of the NV center, the anisotropic hyperfine interaction allows one to control the nuclear spins indirectly, through gate operations targeting the electron spin, combined with free precession. Here we demonstrate that this approach allows one to implement a full quantum algorithm, using the example of Grover's quantum search in a single NV center, whose electron is coupled to a carbon nuclear spin.|
|Appears in Collections:||Experimentelle Physik III|
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