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|Abstract:||Resolving quantum many-body problems represents one of the greatest challenges in physics and physical chemistry, due to the prohibitively large computational resources that would be required by using classical computers. A solution has been foreseen by directly simulating the time evolution through sequences of quantum gates applied to arrays of qubits, i.e. by implementing a digital quantum simulator. Superconducting circuits and resonators are emerging as an extremely promising platform for quantum computation architectures, but a digital quantum simulator proposal that is straightforwardly scalable, universal, and realizable with state-of-the-art technology is presently lacking. Here we propose a viable scheme to implement a universal quantum simulator with hybrid spin-photon qubits in an array of superconducting resonators, which is intrinsically scalable and allows for local control. As representative examples we consider the transverse-field Ising model, a spin-1 Hamiltonian, and the two-dimensional Hubbard model and we numerically simulate the scheme by including the main sources of decoherence|
|Electronic Publication Date:||13-Nov-2015|
|Citation:||Chiesa, A, Santini, P, Gerace, D, Raftery, J, Houck, AA, Carretta, S. (2015). Digital quantum simulators in a scalable architecture of hybrid spin-photon qubits. Scientific Reports, 5 (10.1038/srep16036|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||Scientific Reports|
|Version:||Final published version. Article is made available in OAR by the publisher's permission or policy.|
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