Ian Hincks, Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo
Practical and Robust Quantum Control
High quality gates and state transfers are necessary for quantum computers and next generation quantum sensors and devices. In this brief presentation I will give an overview of how quantum control methodologies can be used to gain high fidelity control of a nitrogen vacancy center in diamond. I will further discuss how these control schemes can be benchmarked using randomized benchmarking and its derivatives. I will touch on some of the subtleties data analysis in a Bayesian setting.