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Franse, W.J.M. (author)
The field of quantum acoustics studies high frequency sounds generated at low temperatures such that quantum mechanical effects become relevant. The studies mainly revolves around propagating quantized sound waves, or phonons, a collective excitation of atoms in solids or liquids. In quantum acoustics, the engineering and design tools described...
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van Nederveen, Milou (author)
Quantum Batteries (QBs) are quantum-mechanical devices for energy storage, gaining interest due to a potential quantum advantage in power. Recently, the first experimental implementations of QBs were realised. This study characterises the superconducting transmon qubits of Starmon-5 as QBs using the Quantum Inspire platform. In addition to...
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Vilkelis, K. (author)
A large part of condensed matter physics concerns itself with understanding the behaviour of electrons in solids and finding ways to control them. However, in mesoscopic systems (i.e., systems with nanometer to micrometre scale), the behaviour of electrons is difficult to predict through the Schrödinger equation. Instead, it is often more...
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Varbanov, B.M. (author)
The theory of quantum mechanics describes many phenomena that may initially seem to be counter-intuitive and, in some cases, impossible, given the understanding of classical mechanics that most of us are more intimately familiar with. Following its initial introduction, there was a great deal of debate among scientists regarding the predictions...
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Kong, I. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author)
By utilizing the properties of quantum mechanics, quantum computers have the potential to factor a key pair of a large prime number and break some of the core cryptographic primitives that most information infrastructures depend on. This means that today's widely used cryptographic algorithms can soon become unsafe and need to be modified...
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Schalkers, M.A. (author), Möller, M. (author)
In recent years, quantum Boltzmann methods have gained more and more interest as they might provide a viable path toward solving fluid dynamics problems on quantum computers once this emerging compute technology has matured and fault-tolerant many-qubit systems become available. The major challenge in developing a start-to-end quantum...
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Ciani, Alessandro (author), DiVincenzo, David P. (author), Terhal, B.M. (author)
During the last 30 years, stimulated by the quest to build superconducting quantum processors, a theory of quantum electrical circuits has emerged, which is called circuit quantum electrodynamics or circuit-QED. The goal of the theory is to provide a quantum description of the most relevant degrees of freedom. The central objects to be derived...
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Schalkers, M.A. (author), Möller, M. (author)
In this paper we present a scalable algorithm for fault-tolerant quantum computers for solving the transport equation in two and three spatial dimensions for variable grid sizes and discrete velocities, where the object walls are aligned with the Cartesian grid, the relative difference of velocities in each dimension is bounded by 1 and the...
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Kalikadien, A.V. (author), Mirza, Adrian (author), Hossaini, Aydin Najl (author), Sreenithya, Avadakkam (author), Pidko, E.A. (author)
In the past decade, computational tools have become integral to catalyst design. They continue to offer significant support to experimental organic synthesis and catalysis researchers aiming for optimal reaction outcomes. More recently, data-driven approaches utilizing machine learning have garnered considerable attention for their expansive...
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Fakkel, Stein (author)
Classical computer have difficulties simulating specific complex problems, therefore other computation options are being explored. One of these options is the quantum computer, which is expected to excel in various industries. The challenge for the quantum computer is scaling it up to a high number of qubits. The diamond-based quantum computer...
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Gobeil, J. (author)
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Horta Ferreira da Silva, F. (author)
The future quantum internet promises to enable users all around the world to, among other applications, generate shared secure keys and perform distributed quantum computations. To do so, entanglement must be distributed between remote users. One way of doing this is by sending photons through optical fiber, which allows for reusing some...
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Apak, Boran (author)
The goal of this thesis is expanding quantum algorithm datasets to enhance our capability to benchmark quantum systems and to open up possibilities for using machine learning techniques in quantum circuit mapping. Both of these areas are currently hindered by the lack of a wide range of useful quantum algorithms. To solve this problem, KetGPT is...
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Gong, J. (author)
Quantum computers have gained widespread interest from both industry and academia in the last decade as they are very promising for solving problems intractable by classical computers. However, there is a limited number of qubits in current quantum processors, which impedes the practical applications of a quantum computer. To increase the number...
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Kadir, Sezen (author)
Quantum computing has gained a lot of interest from researchers and industry due to its great potential to solve some complex problems in various fields. One of the biggest challenges is developing hardware suitable for the extremely low operation temperatures required by quantum computers. Specifically, the wiring material of a quantum computer...
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Sagastizabal, R.E. (author)
Superconducting qubits have seen a tremendous progress in the last two decades, and yet they remain unable to extract quantum advantage for application scenarios. While algorithms like Shor’s demonstrate quantum advantage in theory, they do not seem to fit modern noisy quantum processors. Then, in order to achieve quantum advantage either modern...
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Weber, Martijn (author)
The market of quantum computing is growing rapidly due to the rising demand of high-performance computing. By combining quantum theory and computer science, quantum computing shows great promise for future application in fields like algorithms, cryptography, machine learning and quantum simulation. Current breakthroughs in quantum technology and...
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van Loo, N. (author)
The development of quantum computers is perhaps one of the most exciting innovations of our time. The most investigated quantum computers, however, suffer from the fact that quantum information is lost due to interaction between the quantum bits and their environment. As a radically different approach, it has been proposed that one can instead...
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Wang, Y. (author)
Solid-state defect centers, such as the nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond, represent a promising and versatile platform for quantum technologies. This thesis focuses on overcoming the challenge of noise in diamond to facilitate its practical use in various quantum technology applications.
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Stephens, Emlyn (author)
Quantum communication provides a plethora of new possibilities compared to the realm of classical communication. Since the channels used are noisy, losses are unavoidable, and quantum repeaters are needed to transmit a signal over longer distances to overcome these exponential losses. To increase the performance of these repeaters, cutoff times...
master thesis 2023
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