Ryd-Yb tweezer array
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Quantum computing and quantum simulation with fermionic 171Yb
Neutral-atom arrays have gained increasing importance in the development of quantum computing architectures. More recently, high-fidelity single- and two-qubit operations have also been demonstrated with
alkaline-earth(-like) atoms AELA, which offer unique opportunities for high-fidelity detection via shelving, trapping of Rydberg states and high-fidelity single-photon Rydberg excitations. As part of the Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) we are currently building a new tweezer-array platform, where single fermionic 171Yb atoms are trapped in optical tweezers and interactions are induced via highly-excited Rydberg states.
Dr. Simon Fölling, co-PI
Bodo Kaiser, PhD candidate
Yilong Yang, PhD candidate
Johannes Obermeyer, Master student
Martí Cladera Rosselló, Master student
Hemanth Srinivasan, Master student