Leading Qubit Modalities

  • 21 Videos | 1h 31m 50s
  • Includes Assessment
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As you explore the world of quantum computing, it is important to understand the smaller components that lead to this concept. If you are familiar traditional computing, you likely have trained yourself to work in binary. A qubit is the binary equivalent in quantum computing and in this course, you will learn all about Qubit Modalities. In this course, you will explore how qubits are related to trapped ions which will lead to Qubit Superconducting.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Describe the criteria required of any qubit technology in order to be a viable implementation for quantum computation
    Understand what qubit coherenece is and how it relates to qubit modalities
    Describe what gate fidelity is and how it is used in quantum computing
    Explain the first type of the physical manifestation of qubit modalities, which are those based on elctron and nuclear spins
    Explain the second type of the physical manifestation of qubit modalities, which are those based on atomic states
    Explain the third type of the physical manifestation of qubit modalities, which are superconducting qubits
    Compare the differences between the types of qubit modalities discussed in previous videos
    Understand the basics of trapped ion qubit modalities
    Explain how trapped ions work
    Explain how to control and measure the states of trapped ions to implement universal quantum computation
    Understand the photonic integration technologies that are being developed to engineer larger scale surface traps for multi-qubit trapped ion processors of the future
  • Understand CMOS integration technologies
    Understand the basics of superconducting qubits
    Explain how superconducting qubits work
    Explain what artificial atoms are and how they are used for superconducting quantum processing
    Explain how superconducting qubits can be manufactured
    Understand how superconducting qubits are fabricated
    Understand how high coherence qubit loops are fabricated
    Explain how to assess fabrication yield and device parameter spreads
    Explain why 3D integration is needed for superconducting qubit chips
    Explain how 3D integration works

IN THIS COURSE

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    DiVincenzo Criteria
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    Qubit Coherence And Gate Time
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    Gate Fidelity
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    Qubit Modalities: Electron And Nuclear Spins
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    Qubit Modalities: Atomic States
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    Qubit Modalities: Superconducting Qubits And Others
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    Comparing Qubit Modalities
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    Trapped Ions: Introduction
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    Trapped Ions: How They Work
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    Trapped Ions: Qubit Operations
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    Trapped Ions: Chip-Scale Integration Technology
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    Trapped Ions: Leveraging CMOS For Integration
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    Superconducting Qubits: Introduction
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    Superconducting Qubits: How They Work
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    Superconducting Qubits: Artifical Atoms
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    Superconducting Qubits: Making "Artificial Atoms"
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    Superconducting Qubits: Fabrication
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    High Coherence Qubit Loops and Josephson Junctions
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    Superconducting Qubits: Testing
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    Superconducting Qubits: Why 3D Integration?
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    Superconducting Qubits: How 3D Integration Works
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