## Strong many-particle localization and quantum computing with perpetually coupled qubits

We demonstrate the onset of strong on-site localization in a many-particle system, with effective localization length smaller than the intersite distance. The localization is obtained by constructing a bounded one-parameter sequence of on-site energies that eliminates resonant hopping between both nearest and remote sites. This sequence leads to quasiexponential decay of the single-particle transition amplitude. It also leads to on-site localization of stationary many-particle states in a finite-length chain. For an infinite many-particle system, we study the time during which all states remain on-site localized. We show that, for any number of particles, this time scales as a high powermore »