Phonon Based Room Temperature Quantum Computer

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Pierre Deymier
Department Head, Materials Science & Engineering
Keith Runge
Director of Research, Materials Science & Engineering
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Robert Sleeper
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Title: Quantum-Analogue Computer

 

Invention: The invention includes arrays of elastically coupled ambient temperature elastic wave qubit analogues, which are stable and decoherence free, offering a new solution for quantum computing using materials-based and phonon-based quantum analogues.

 

Background: In short, quantum computing means the bits can either be a one, a zero, or both. Current quantum bit platforms are based on quantum particles that lose their superposition of states in a noisy environment. The technology presented here represents a new undertaking to develop a quantum computer.

 

Applications:

  • Quantum computing
  • National defense and security systems

 

Advantages:

  • Increases the stability of quantum bits

 

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