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Hitachi Cambridge Seminars

Here is a list of the upcoming 'Hitachi Cambridge Seminars' :


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Quantum Error Suppression

The theory of quantum fault-tolerance ensures that quantum computers can operate reliably in the presence of decoherence and noise. Although in principle the existence of this threshold means that scalable quantum computation is possible, in practice the value of this threshold and the required overhead are very important, as achieving them in experiments remain extremely challenging. One approach to reducing these requirements is to use active error correction in combination with passive methods that provide additional robustness against instability or noise. In this talk, we will explore various passive error reduction methods in different experimental setups, and will discuss how they can be thought as manifestations of “quantum Zeno effect”.

Where: Virtually on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88908652048?pwd=MDV3N3k0YnNWMlhKOEk1NDZlUEtaUT09

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