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Loor, Stephan (author)In the past few years, the search for good quantum low density parity check (qLDPC) codes suddenly took flight, and many different constructions of these codes have since been presented, including many product constructions. As these code constructions have a natural interpretation in the language of homology, this thesis studies the interplay...master thesis 2022
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Mulder, Jasper (author)In this thesis, the repetition code for bit flip errors is examined. Based the stabilizer measurements outcome of a run of the repetition code, one does not know exactly which errors have occurred. Statistics can be used to estimate the probability of all possible error events. This probability estimation is investigated for simulated data...bachelor thesis 2022
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SOTIROPOULOS, YORGOS (author)High fidelity GHZ states among remote nodes is a precious commodity which can allow for nonlocal stabilizer measurements and thus pave the way for a modular faulttolerant quantum computer. To this end, we extend the high fidelity intracavity gate introduced by Borregaard et al. (2015) to distributed paradigm, consisting of SnVinspired atomic...master thesis 2022
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Wo Kah Jen, KAH JEN (author)An improvement to the existing oneway quantum repeater network using the tree cluster state as the quantum error correcting code is presented. Namely, the [[5,1,3]] quantum error correcting code is introduced as an outer code while the tree code becomes the inner code. Using this approach, we present a novel hybrid oneway quantum repeater...master thesis 2022
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Battistel, F. (author)Computers are used all over the place to perform tasks ranging from sending an email to running some complicated numerical simulation. That is brilliant of course, because computers enable us to solve a lot of problems in the world in this way. At the same time, for some of those problems, not even powerful supercomputers are enough to get the...doctoral thesis 2022
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Overwater, R.W.J. (author), Babaie, M. (author), Sebastiano, F. (author)Quantum error correction (QEC) is required in quantum computers to mitigate the effect of errors on physical qubits. When adopting a QEC scheme based on surface codes, error decoding is the most computationally expensive task in the classical electronic backend. Decoders employing neural networks (NN) are wellsuited for this task but their...journal article 2022
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Mor Ruiz, Maria Flors (author)Quantum communication can enable new features that are provably impossible with classical communication alone. However, the optical fibers used to send the quantum information are inherently lossy. To overcome the exponential losses over distance socalled quantum repeaters are needed to amplify the signal. As opposed to memorybased approaches,...master thesis 2021
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Weigand, D.J. (author)A universal, largescale quantum computer would be a powerful tool with applications of high value to mankind. For example, such a computer could significantly speed up the search for new medications or materials. However, the error rates of current qubit designs are simply too large to enable interesting computations. Therefore, both error...doctoral thesis 2020
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Gómez Iñesta, Álvaro (author)Verifiable quantum secret sharing (VQSS) is the task of sharing a secret quantum state among the n nodes of a quantum network, in a way that it is possible to verify that the secret has been correctly distributed. A number of protocols that perform this task have been proposed. In particular, the verifiable hybrid secret sharing (VHSS) scheme...master thesis 2020
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Vuillot, C. (author)Quantumcomputation is the modern version of Schrödinger’s cat experiment. It is backed up in principle by the theory and thinking about it can make people equally uncomfortable and excited. Besides, its practical realization seems so extremely challenging that some people even doubt it is possible. On the other hand, we are nowadays much closer...doctoral thesis 2020
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Terhal, B.M. (author), Conrad, J. (author), Vuillot, C. (author)We review some of the recent efforts in devising and engineering bosonic qubits for superconducting devices, with emphasis on the GottesmanKitaevPreskill (GKP) qubit. We present some new results on decoding repeated GKP error correction using finitelysqueezed GKP ancilla qubits, exhibiting differences with previously studied stochastic...review 2020
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Lao, L. (author)Quantum computing promises to solve some problems that are intractable by classical computers. Several quantum processors based on different technologies and consisting of a few tens of noisy qubits have already been developed. However, qubits are fragile as they tend to decohere extremely quickly and quantum operations are faulty, making...doctoral thesis 2019
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Leijenhorst, Nando (author)Quantum error correction is needed for future quantum computers. Classical error correcting codes are not suitable for this due to the nature of quantum mechanics. Therefore, new codes need to be developed. A promising candidate is the toric code, a surface code, because of its locality and its high error correcting capability and thresholds ...bachelor thesis 2019
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Overwater, Ramon (author)The quantum bits (qubits) at the core of any quantum computers are so fragile that quantum error correction(QEC) schemes are needed to increase their robustness and enable faulttolerant quantum algorithms. The surface code is one of the most popular QEC schemes, but it requires the availability of an efficient decoder. While neural networks...master thesis 2019
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Quantum information in the real world: Diagnosing and correcting errors in practical quantum devicesHelsen, J. (author)Quantum computers promise to be a revolutionary new technology. However, in order to realise this promise many hurdles must first be overcome. In this thesis we investigate two such hurdles: the presence of noise in quantum computers and limitations on the connectivity and control in large scale quantum computing architectures.In order to combat...doctoral thesis 2019
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Varsamopoulos, S. (author)Quantum error correction (QEC) is key to have reliable quantum computation and storage, due to the fragility of qubits in current quantum technology and the imperfect application of quantum operations. In order to have efficient quantum computation and storage, active QEC is required. QEC consists of an encoding and a decoding process. The way...doctoral thesis 2019
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de Jong, Jarn (author)Quantum computing is a field that shows tremendous possibilities and promise. It can provide an exponential speedup compared to classical computers in many computational problems, including simulations of general quantum mechanical systems, pattern finding and solving linear systems. Quantum computations can be performed by making use of qubits...master thesis 2019
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Baireuther, P.S. (author), Caio, M. D. (author), Criger, D.B. (author), Beenakker, C. W.J. (author), O'Brien, T.E. (author)A quantum computer needs the assistance of a classical algorithm to detect and identify errors that affect encoded quantum information. At this interface of classical and quantum computing the technique of machine learning has appeared as a way to tailor such an algorithm to the specific error processes of an experiment  without the need...journal article 2019
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Vuillot, C. (author), Lao, L. (author), Criger, D.B. (author), Almudever, Carmen G. (author), Bertels, K.L.M. (author), Terhal, B.M. (author)The largescale execution of quantum algorithms requires basic quantum operations to be implemented faulttolerantly. The most popular technique for accomplishing this, using the devices that can be realized in the near term, uses stabilizer codes which can be embedded in a planar layout. The set of faulttolerant operations which can be...journal article 2019
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Helsen, J. (author), Steudtner, M. (author), Veldhorst, M. (author), Wehner, S.D.C. (author)A central challenge for the scaling of quantum computing systems is the need to control all qubits in the system without a large overhead. A solution for this problem in classical computing comes in the form of socalled crossbar architectures. Recently we made a proposal for a largescale quantum processor (Li et al arXiv:1711.03807 (2017))...journal article 2018
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