Quantum Computing; Quantum Coherence; solid state qubits (theory & experiment)
Stano Peter, Klinovaja Jelena, Braakman Floris R., Vandersypen Lieven M. K., Loss Daniel (2015), Fast long-distance control of spin qubits by photon-assisted cotunneling, in PHYSICAL REVIEW B
, 92(7), 075302.
Klinovaja Jelena, Loss Daniel (2015), Fermionic and Majorana bound states in hybrid nanowires with non-uniform spin-orbit interaction, in EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL B
, 88(3), 2.
Trifunovic Luka, Pedrocchi Fabio L., Hoffman Silas, Maletinsky Patrick, Yacoby Amir, Loss Daniel (2015), High-efficiency resonant amplification of weak magnetic fields for single spin magnetometry at room temperature, in NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY
, 10(6), 541-546.
Nakata Kouki, Simon Pascal, Loss Daniel (2015), Magnon transport through microwave pumping, in PHYSICAL REVIEW B
, 92(1), 014422.
Meng Tobias, Klinovaja Jelena, Hoffman Silas, Simon Pascal, Loss Daniel (2015), Superconducting gap renormalization around two magnetic impurities: From Shiba to Andreev bound states, in PHYSICAL REVIEW B
, 92(6), 1.
Nakata Kouki, Simon Pascal, Loss Daniel (2015), Wiedemann-Franz law for magnon transport, in PHYSICAL REVIEW B
, 92(13), 1-14.
The Basel QC2 Center (http://qc2.unibas.ch) was established in 2005 from research groups in both theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics at the University of Basel. The QC2 Center devotes its research to quantum information science with particular focus on its physical aspects such as implementations of quantum computers in solid state systems. This requires the study of a wide range of quantum effects in many-body systems displaying quantum coherence and entanglement, in and out of equilibrium. A particular focus is the study of semi-conducting (spin qubit) and superconducting nanostructures, and various hybrid systems involving light-matter interaction and Bose-Einstein condensates. The field of quantum computing also brings together very abstract ideas from information science and complexity theory to the theory of quantum dynamics in systems coupled to a variety of environments. This visitor program is intended to attract the key scientists in this multidisciplinary field for extended visits to Basel with the particular goal of initiating and exploring new developments in quantum computing and quantum coherence.