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Goodenough, K.D. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
The rate at which quantum communication tasks can be performed using direct transmission is fundamentally hindered by the channel loss. Quantum repeaters allow one, in principle, to overcome these limitations, but their introduction necessarily adds an additional layer of complexity to the distribution of entanglement. This additional...
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Horta Ferreira da Silva, F. (author), Torres-Knoop, Ariana (author), Coopmans, T.J. (author), Maier, D.J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Long-distance quantum communication via entanglement distribution is of great importance for the quantum internet. However, scaling up to such long distances has proved challenging due to the loss of photons, which grows exponentially with the distance covered. Quantum repeaters could in theory be used to extend the distances over which...
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Dahlberg, E.A. (author), Helsen, J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Graph states, which include Bell states, Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) states, and cluster states, form a well-known class of quantum states with applications ranging from quantum networks to error-correction. Whether two graph states are equivalent up to single-qubit Clifford operations is known to be decidable in polynomial time and has...
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Lipinska, V. (author), Lê, P.T. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
We consider testing the ability of quantum network nodes to execute multi-round quantum protocols. Specifically, we examine protocols in which the nodes are capable of performing quantum gates, storing qubits and exchanging said qubits over the network a certain number of times. We propose a simple ping-pong test, which provides a certificate...
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Dahlberg, E.A. (author), Helsen, J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Graph states are ubiquitous in quantum information with diverse applications ranging from quantum network protocols to measurement based quantum computing. Here we consider the question whether one graph (source) state can be transformed into another graph (target) state, using a specific set of quantum operations (LC + LPM + CC): single...
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Murta Guimarães, G. (author), Rozpedek, F.D. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Elkouss Coronas, D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
We consider the asymptotic key rates achieved in the simplest quantum key distribution protocols, namely, the BB84 and the six-state protocols when nonuniform noise is present in the system. We first observe that higher qubit error rates do not necessarily imply lower key rates. Second, we consider protocols with advantage distillation and...
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Kozlowski, W. (author), Dahlberg, E.A. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
The second quantum revolution brings with it the promise of a quantum internet. As the first quantum network hardware prototypes near completion new challenges emerge. A functional network is more than just the physical hardware, yet work on scalable quantum network systems is in its infancy. In this paper we present a quantum network protocol...
conference paper 2020
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Dirkse, B. (author), Pompili, M. (author), Hanson, R. (author), Walter, Michael (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
The purpose of an entanglement witness experiment is to certify the creation of an entangled state from a finite number of trials. The statistical confidence of such an experiment is typically expressed as the number of observed standard deviations of witness violations. This method implicitly assumes that the noise is well-behaved so that...
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Lipinska, V. (author), Murta Guimarães, G. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
We consider the task of sharing a secret quantum state in a quantum network in a verifiable way. We propose a protocol that achieves this task, while reducing the number of required qubits, as compared to the existing protocols. To achieve this, we combine classical encryption of the quantum secret with an existing verifiable quantum secret...
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Dahlberg, E.A. (author), Helsen, J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Critical to the construction of large scale quantum networks, i.e. a quantum internet, is the development of fast algorithms for managing entanglement present in the network. One fundamental building block for a quantum internet is the distribution of Bell pairs between distant nodes in the network. Here we focus on the problem of...
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Lee, Yuan (author), Bersin, Eric (author), Dahlberg, E.A. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author), Englund, DIrk (author)
We present an architecture for multiplexed quantum repeaters using local connectivity to improve fidelity in entanglement distribution. Simulations indicate our scheme achieves rates comparable to competing schemes, with fidelity improvements that increase with repeater size.
conference paper 2020
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Kozlowski, W. (author), Kuipers, F.A. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
The quantum technology revolution brings with it the promise of a quantum internet. A new --- quantum --- network stack will be needed to account for the fundamentally new properties of quantum entanglement. The first realisations of quantum networks are imminent and research interest in quantum network protocols has started growing. In the non...
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Lipinska, V. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
We consider the task of secure multiparty distributed quantum computation on a quantum network. We propose a protocol based on quantum error correction which reduces the number of necessary qubits. That is, each of the n nodes in our protocol requires an operational workspace of n2+4n qubits, as opposed to the previously shown ω(n3+n2s2)logn...
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Caprara Vivoli, V. (author), Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Generating entanglement in a distributed scenario is a fundamental task for implementing the quantum network of the future. We here report a protocol that uses only linear optics for generating Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger states with high fidelities in a nearby node configuration. Moreover, we analytically show that the scheme is optimal for...
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Shibano, Yuuki (author), Kashiwagi, Takanari (author), Komori, Yuki (author), Sakamoto, Kazuki (author), Tanabe, Yuki (author), Yamamoto, T. (author), Minami, Hidetoshi (author), Klemm, Richard A. (author), Kadowaki, Kazuo (author)
We studied the etching of small crystals of the high-T<sub>c</sub> superconductor Bi<sub>2</sub>Sr<sub>2</sub>CaCu<sub>2</sub>O<sub>8+δ</sub> (Bi2212) with various dilute compositions of hydrochloric and nitric acids. A particular mixture of those acids was chosen to simultaneously fabricate multiple rectangular stand-alone Bi2212 mesa...
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Helsen, J. (author), Xue, X. (author), Vandersypen, L.M.K. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Randomized benchmarking is a technique for estimating the average fidelity of a set of quantum gates. However, if this gateset is not the multi-qubit Clifford group, robustly extracting the average fidelity is difficult. Here, we propose a new method based on representation theory that has little experimental overhead and robustly extracts...
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Xue, X. (author), Watson, T.F. (author), Helsen, J. (author), Ward, D. R. (author), Savage, D. E. (author), Lagally, M. G. (author), Coppersmith, S. N. (author), Eriksson, M. A. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author), Vandersypen, L.M.K. (author)
We report the first complete characterization of single-qubit and two-qubit gate fidelities in silicon-based spin qubits, including cross talk and error correlations between the two qubits. To do so, we use a combination of standard randomized benchmarking and a recently introduced method called character randomized benchmarking, which allows...
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Ribeiro, J.D. (author), Murta Guimarães, G. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
In this Reply we correct a mistake that we made in the correctness proofs of our protocol. Specifically, the Bell inequality we used ensures security but does not allow us to produce a key. In this Reply we explain and correct this mistake by adjusting the Bell inequality we used in the proof. Incidentally, this correction leads to slightly...
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Dirkse, B. (author), Helsen, J. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)
Unitarity randomized benchmarking (URB) is an experimental procedure for estimating the coherence of implemented quantum gates independently of state preparation and measurement errors. These estimates of the coherence are measured by the unitarity. A central problem in this experiment is relating the number of data points to rigorous...
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Correa, Alexandre (author), Mompeán, Federico (author), Guillamón, Isabel (author), Herrera, Edwin (author), García-Hernández, Mar (author), Yamamoto, T. (author), Kashiwagi, Takanari (author), Kadowaki, Kazuo (author), Buzdin, Alexander I. (author)
Many practical applications of high T<sub>c</sub> superconductors involve layered materials and magnetic fields applied on an arbitrary direction with respect to the layers. When the anisotropy is very large, Cooper pair currents can circulate either within or perpendicular to the layers. Thus, tilted magnetic fields lead to intertwined...
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