This theoretical project supports experimental efforts in a number of ways. It sets out to develop protocols for certifying the functioning of schemes, including notions of Hamiltonian learning. It contributes ideas of quantum error mitigation and correction. It contributes to identifying optimal protocols. Finally, it assesses the potential for reaching a quantum advantage with cold atomic platforms.
What are the goals?
How do we plan to achieve that?
We plan to achieve these goals by bringing together a portfolio of the theory and quantum optics of cold atomic quantum gases, of quantum systems identification, of signal processing, machine learning, complexity theory and the theory of quantum error correction.
An overview over certification and validation schemes
Color-codes allow for resource economical quantum error correction
If you are excited about quantum computing with neutral atoms and would like to develop cutting-edge technology – join us! We are hiring:
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FUB partner brings in expertise in the study of cold atomic quantum many-body systems and of notions of quantum computing. Specifically important for the project is our strong background in notions of quantum systems identification, benchmarking and certification on the one hand and of quantum error mitigation and correction on the other. Expertise in protocol design is also relevant for the project when it comes to developing new schemes for quantum computing. The group often brings in highly conceptual work. At the same time, the team has a long-standing track record of successfully working and publishing with leading experimental groups.
Team leader, research background in quantum information and quantum many-body theory. Click on the link for more information.
Postdoctoral researcher, background in near-term quantum computing and quantum simulation.
Postdoctoral researcher with background in quantum many-body theory and tensor networks
Prof. Dr. Jens Eisert jense(at)zedat.fu-berlin.de
Dr. Jan Felix Witte felixwitte(at)zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, grant number 13N16072