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  1. Surface Electrode Ion Trap Device Technology for Quantum Information Science.

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  2. High optical access micro-fabricated ion trap with improved axial control.

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  3. Characterization of surface ion trap structures for quantum information processing.

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  4. Quantum Graph Analysis with Trapped Yb Ion Qubits.

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  5. Surface ion trap structures with excellent optical access for quantum information processing.

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  6. Ion Trap Chips with 3D Optical Access for Experiments in Quantum Information.

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  7. Sandia Micro-fabricated Ion Traps for the MUSIQC architecture.

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  8. Integrated cavity QED in a linear ion trap for enhanced light collection.

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  9. Microfabricated surface ion trap technology development for localized hyperfine qubit control.

  10. Technology for On-Chip Qubit Control with Microfabricated Surface Ion Traps

    Trapped atomic ions are a leading physical system for quantum information processing. However, scalability and operational fidelity remain limiting technical issues often associated with optical qubit control. One promising approach is to develop on-chip microwave electronic control of ion qubits based on the atomic hyperfine interaction. This project developed expertise and capabilities at Sandia toward on-chip electronic qubit control in a scalable architecture. The project developed a foundation of laboratory capabilities, including trapping the 171Yb + hyperfine ion qubit and developing an experimental microwave coherent control capability. Additionally, the project investigated the integration of microwave device elements with surface ionmore » traps utilizing Sandia’s state-of-the-art MEMS microfabrication processing. This effort culminated in a device design for a multi-purpose ion trap experimental platform for investigating on-chip microwave qubit control, laying the groundwork for further funded R&D to develop on-chip microwave qubit control in an architecture that is suitable to engineering development.« less
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