QIP using trapped ions (Toyoda Group)
Quantum information processing using trapped ions
|Toyoda Group, in Center for Quantum Information and Quantum Biology (QIQB), Institute for Open and Transdisciplinary Research Initiatives (OTRI), Osaka University, was launched in April 2019. We are working on quantum information processing using trapped ions. We trap ions in a vacuum and cool to very low temperatures by lasers to create quantum computers and quantum simulators.|
|Dec. 6, 2021||Ms. Silpa Muralidharan’s paper has been accepted and published in Phys. Rev. A （Evaluating states in trapped ions with local correlation between internal and motional degrees of freedom）.|
|Mar. 31, 2021||Mr. Ryutaro Ohira’s paper has been accepted and published in Phys. Rev. A （Polariton blockade in the Jaynes-Cummings-Hubbard model with trapped ions）.|
|Jan. 29, 2021||Mr. Ryutaro Ohira’s paper has been accepted and published in Phys. Rev. A (Blockade of phonon hopping in trapped ions in the presence of multiple local phonons).|
|Oct. 5, 2020||Asia-Pacific Workshop on Trapped Quantum Systems (APTQS 2020):
An online workshop called the 3rd Asia-Pacific Workshop on Trapped Quantum Systems (APTQS 2020), which is hosted by QIQB, will be held from Oct. 28 to 30 of this year. Please follow the link to register and to participate. You can view the flyer of APTQS 2020 from the following link: Flyer of APTQS 2020.
|May 18, 2020||A paper, the first author of which was Mr. Tamura (a master student of last year), was accepted by Physical Review Letters and published in the journal’s online edition on May 19:.
Article in Physics Today: Phonons go for a quantum walk
|Apr. 1, 2020||Prof. Hiroki Takahashi has moved to Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST).|
|Feb. 14, 2020||
Mr. Ryutaro Ohira’s paper was accepted and published in Phys. A.: Breaking rotational symmetry in a trapped-ion quantum tunneling rotor
|Dec. 5, 2019||A paper by Mr. Ryutaro Ohira was accepted and published in Phys. Rev. A Rapid Communications: Phonon-number-resolving detection of multiple local phonon modes in trapped ions|
|Jun. 3, 2019||Prof. Hiroki Takahashi, a specially appointed associate professor, has joined our group.|
|Apr. 1, 2019||Toyoda Group has been established.|