SuperTop

SuperTop Topologically protected states in double nanowire superconductor hybrids Topological quantum computing (TQC) is an emerging field with strong benefits for prospective applications, since it provides an elegant way around decoherence. The theory of TQC progressed very rapidly during the last decade from various qubit realizations to scalable computational protocols. However, experimental realization of these…

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SQUARE

SQUARE Silicon Photonics for Quantum Fibre Networks Nowadays secure communication is essential for exchange of sensitive information, while the security based on classical cryptography protocols cannot be absolutely guaranteed. Especially when a full-tolerant quantum computer will be available, the classical encryption and decryption methods will be no longer secure [1], posing a serious threat to cryptosystems. Quantum…

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HiPhoP

HiPhoP High dimensional quantum Photonic Platform Today, photonics is among the very few platforms that can reach very high levels of complexity in quantum communication, computation and sensing. This is made possible by the mobility of photons and the large variety of their controllable degrees of freedom. The quantum optics community has already obtained spectacular…

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ERyQSenS

ERyQSenS Entangled Rydberg matter for quantum sensing and simulations Owed to their remarkable properties trapped Rydberg atoms and ions are ideal systems for realizing quantum simulators and sensors. The strong and long-ranged dipolar interactions between Rydberg matter is the basis for entangling gates. The long lifetime of circular Rydberg states leads to long coherence times,…

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CUSPIDOR

CUSPIDOR CMOS Compatible Single Photon Sources based on SiGe Quantum Dots The efficient generation of quantum states of light is a vital task in Quantum Photonics. Current approaches are bulky and expensive with low generation rates and the few commercial single photon sources are either not compatible with telecoms standards, require cryogenic temperatures or are bulky…

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CEBBEC

CEBBEC Controlling EPR and Bell correlations in Bose-Einstein condensates We bring together researchers on quantum information theory, Bose-Einstein condensates and atom interferometry to create, detect and exploit Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen and Bell entanglement in atomic Bose-Einstein condensates. These represent much stronger forms of entanglement than the non-classical correlations created so far and are largely unexplored. Our purpose…

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TheBlinQC

TheBlinQC Theory-­Blind Quantum Control Accurate control of complex quantum systems is of great importance for the development of quantum technologies, as it permits to achieve many goals with high accuracy despite inherent system imperfections. Realising this in practice, however, is a great challenge, since it requires precise models and numerically expensive simulations. The central goal…

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TAIOL

TAIOL Trapped Atom Interferometers in Optical Lattices The long-term vision of TAIOL project is to develop a novel class of quantum sensors based on trapped atom interferometry with performances that will overcome state of the art, and to extend their range of operation for high precision measurements in applied and fundamental physics. In such sensors,…

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SUMO

SUMO Scaling Up quantum computation with MOlecular spins SUMO aims to set the basis of a new architecture for quantum computation and simulation, in which information is encoded in molecular spin qubits that are read-out and communicate by coupling to a superconducting resonator. This technology has a high potential for robust scalability, based on the…

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Si QuBus

Si QuBus Long-range quantum bus for electron spin qubits in silicon Electron spin qubits in silicon form a serious contender for the realization of a large-scale solid-state quantum computer. Solid-state realizations are considered scalable in general, but silicon spin qubits stand out due to their extremely long coherence times, compatibility with reliable and reproducible industrial…

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