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KAIST Annual R&D Report

Rydberg-atom quantum simulator development

Writer : GULF Date : 2019-07-01 Hit : 311 Email : yjleeose@kaist.ac.kr
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Summary:
Quantum computing has emerged as one of the most important future technologies. Recently, KAIST physicists developed a 25-qubit quantum simulator (an early-version of quantum computer), with neutral atoms entangled through Rydberg-atom excitation. This Rydberg-atom quantum simulator was used for an old physics problem, known as quantum Ising Hamiltonian, and revealed the thermalization dynamics of this massively entangled many-body system. This system is not yet a universal quantum computer, because not fully programmable, but can solve some physics problems.
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