• Author(s): J. Eli Bourassa, Nicolás Quesada, Ilan Tzitrin, Antal Száva, Theodor Isacsson, Josh Izaac, Krishna Kumar Sabapathy, Guillaume Dauphinais, and Ish Dhand A versatile formalism for representing continuous-variable states is presented, providing new tools for simulating and analyzing bosonic qubits in a practical regime. [PRX Quantum 2, 040315] Published Fri Oct 22, 2021
  • Author(s): Masaya Fukami, Denis R. Candido, David D. Awschalom, and Michael E. Flatté The challenges for coupling distant NV centers motivate a concrete practical proposal to entangle spin qubits with magnons. [PRX Quantum 2, 040314] Published Thu Oct 21, 2021
  • Author(s): X. Dai, D.M. Tennant, R. Trappen, A.J. Martinez, D. Melanson, M.A. Yurtalan, Y. Tang, S. Novikov, J.A. Grover, S.M. Disseler, J.I. Basham, R. Das, D.K. Kim, A.J. Melville, B.M. Niedzielski, S.J. Weber, J.L. Yoder, D.A. Lidar, and A. Lupascu An innovative flux crosstalk calibration that is circuit model independent and automated is presented, helping to reduce the errors of quantum devices, such as those used for quantum annealing. ...
  • Author(s): Nathan M. Myers and Sebastian Deffner A description of anyons as a statistical mixture of bosons and fermions is investigated, connecting concepts from quantum optics, quantum control and topological states of matter, among others. [PRX Quantum 2, 040312] Published Tue Oct 19, 2021
  • Author(s): Jad C. Halimeh, Haifeng Lang, Julius Mildenberger, Zhang Jiang, and Philipp Hauke An experimentally friendly protocol for quantum simulating lattice gauge theories that preserve local gauge invariance leads to an exponential improvement over previous results. [PRX Quantum 2, 040311] Published Mon Oct 18, 2021
  • Author(s): Denis R. Candido and Michael E. Flatté The theoretical foundation for designing semiconductor electronic devices with fine control of the properties of quantum spin centers is presented. [PRX Quantum 2, 040310] Published Fri Oct 15, 2021
  • Author(s): Tobias Haug, Kishor Bharti, and M.S. Kim Quantum geometric measures are presented to analyze parameterized quantum circuits, allowing one to identify improved quantum circuits and initialization techniques that enhance the performance of variational quantum algorithms. [PRX Quantum 2, 040309] Published Thu Oct 14, 2021