## Journal article: Ultra-long distance interaction between spin qubits

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2006
Imamoglu, Atac
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##### Abstract
We describe a method for implementing deterministic quantum gates between two spin qubits separated by centimeters. Qubits defined by the singlet and triplet states of two exchange coupled quantum dots have recently been shown to possess long coherence times. When the effective nuclear fields in the two asymmetric quantum dots are different, total spin will no longer be a good quantum number and there will be a large electric dipole coupling between the two qubit states: we show that when such a double quantum dot qubit is embedded in a superconducting microstrip cavity, then the strong coupling regime of cavity quantum electrodynamics lies within reach. Virtual photons in a common cavity mode could mediate coherent interactions between two distant qubits embedded in the same structure; the range of this two-qubit interaction is determined by the wavelength of the microwave transition.
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Physical Review ; 2006, B74. - 41307
##### Cite This
ISO 690BURKARD, Guido, Atac IMAMOGLU, 2006. Ultra-long distance interaction between spin qubits. In: Physical Review(B74), 41307. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.74.041307
BibTex
@article{Burkard2006Ultra-9284,
year={2006},
doi={10.1103/PhysRevB.74.041307},
title={Ultra-long distance interaction between spin qubits},
number={B74},
journal={Physical Review},
author={Burkard, Guido and Imamoglu, Atac},
note={Article Number: 41307}
}

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