Phononic System to Achieve Quantum-Analogue Phase-Based Unitary Operations

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Pierre Deymier
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Keith Runge
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Title: Phononic System to Achieve Quantum-Analogue Phase-based Unitary Operations

 

Invention: This invention is the physical representation of logic gates and operations for quantum computing. It makes use of the properties of phononic materials.

 

Background: Quantum computing is a scientific frontier that originated as a concept in the 1980s and has become a relentless pursuit for many of the country’s top tech companies and universities. It has academic value but is ultimately marked by its potential for energy efficiency, fast computing and problem-solving superior to the computers of today.

 

Applications:

  • Quantum computing
  • Potential to be altered for use in displays, sensors or processes that require wave propagation control

 

Advantages:

  • Allows for use in Phononic based quantum computing disclosed elsewhere

 

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