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Jun 18 – 20, 2024
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
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Cohort Project Presentation - Merging space and time for fault-tolerance

Jun 20, 2024, 11:45 AM
15m
PI/1-100 - Theatre (Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics)

PI/1-100 - Theatre

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

190

Speakers

Amirreza Negari (Perimeter Institute) Dongjin Lee (Perimeter Institute) Jacob Hauser (UC Santa Barbara) Jinmin Yi (Perimeter Institute) Leonardo Lessa (Perimeter Institute) Neel Modi (University of California, Berkeley - Department of Physics) Sydney Timmermann (Stanford University)

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Authors from PSI 2021:
Jacob Hauser, Dongjin Lee, Leonardo Lessa, Neel Modi, Amirreza Negari, Sydney Timmermann, and Jinmin Yi

Abstract:
The rapid development of noisy intermediate-scale quantum devices has made it an exciting time to study their resilience to gate errors and faulty measurement readouts. It is well known that certain quantum error correction codes can be used to ameliorate these undesirable effects. Some of these codes, such as topological codes in two dimensions, provide a robust way to store quantum information and perform computations fault-tolerantly up to a finite threshold in the error probability. Importantly, they are also robust to faulty measurements if the correction procedure is applied multiple times. Our proposal investigates the connection of adding this time variable to other quantum codes in one dimension higher, and vice-versa.

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