Quantum networks based on superconducting circuits and dissipative channels (2015–2017)

Superconducting circuits have great potential for probing and using quantum nature on a chip but lack networking capabilities between remote sites. In contrary, non-local quantum correlations are critical for quantum devices to surpass classical systems. This project will create capabilities for establishing entanglement between remote superconducting chips using non-local dissipative interaction. Within this approach the created entanglement can be also preserved as long as necessary as a resource for quantum protocols. The resulting technology enables quantum information processing in superconducting circuits on fundamentally larger scales and provides a powerful platform to test the limits for building artificial quantum systems.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council