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Previously, such an error type has been considered to be inversely proportional to the total driving power, but we show that this limitation can be circumvented by introducing a qubit driving scheme which reuses and corrects drive pulses. Specifically, our method serves to reduce the average energy consumption per gate operation without increasing the average gate error. Thus our work shows that precise, scalable control of quantum systems can, in principle, be implemented without the introduction of excessive heat or decoherence.
- Quantum gates
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Möttönen, M., Abuzaid, O., Blanchet, F., Girard, J., Gunyho, A., Kohvakka, K., Keränen, A., Ikonen, J., Mäkinen, A., Mörstedt, T., Partanen, M., Ma, J., Oinonen, N., Sah, A., Silveri, M., Tuohino, S., Tuorila, J. & Tiurev, K.
23/12/2016 → 31/12/2021
Project: EU: ERC grants