News archive - June 2018

Friday, June 8, 2018

The role of frequency-shifting in quantum scalability

Half-wave fencing and anti-node pinning illustration

Researchers at IQC have developed new methods for preventing leakage errors due to cavity modes, an important obstacle in building a scalable quantum computer.

The Digital Quantum Matter (DQM) lab, led by researcher Matteo Mariantoni, studied two frequency-shifting techniques to prevent a quantum system’s own hardware from interfering with qubit operation.

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