Hybrid Approaches to
Scalable Quantum Information Systems

May 24-26, 2007

ITAMP, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge Ma 0213

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Thursday, May 24, 2007   Maxwell Dworkin

8:30–9:00

Coffee and Pastries

9:00–9:15

Introduction and Welcome:
Workshop Organizers, Tommaso Calarco, Mikhail Lukin, Robert Schoelkopf, and Vladan Vuletic

Session I: Ion-trap Hybrid Systems
Chair: Tommaso Calarco

9:15–9:50

David Wineland
Charged Mechanical Oscillators Coupled to Various Quantum Systems

Abstract

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9:50–10:25

Rainer Blatt
Quantum Information Processing with Trapped Ca+ Ions

Abstract

10:25–11:00
Chris Monroe
Linking Trapped Ions and Photons

11:00–11:30

Morning Break

Session II: Atom Chips

11:30–12:05

Jörg Schmiedmayer
A Quantum Interface between Atoms and Photons

Abstract

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12:05–12:40

Jakob Reichel
Strong Atom-Photon Coupling on an Atom Chip

Abstract

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12:40–1:55

Lunch Break

Session III: Atom-ion Systems
Chair: Vladan Vuletic

2:00–2:35

Johannes Hecker Denschlag
An Ion in a Sea of Ultracold Neutral Atoms

Abstract

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2:35–3:10

Marko Cetina
Bright Source of Atoms and Ions for QIP and Ultracold Collision Measurements

Abstract

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3:00–3:30

Afternoon Break

Session IV: Theory

3:40–4:15

Seth Lloyd
Quantum Internet Protocols and Quantum Hacking

Abstract

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4:15–4:50

LuMing Duan
Scalable Quantum Information through Probabilistic Photon Coupling

Abstract

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4:50–5:25

Jacob Taylor
Small Quantum Systems for Large-scale Processing

Abstract

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5:30–7:00

Reception


Friday, May 25, 2007 Phillips Auditorium

8:30–9:00

Coffee and Pastries

Session V: Solid-state hybrid systems

9:00–9:35

Charles Marcus
The Nuclear Environment in a GaAs Quantum Dot System

Abstract

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9:35–10:10

David Cory
Electron/Nuclear Spin Approaches to QIP

Abstract

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10:10–10:45
Yoshihisa Yamamoto: Ultra-fast Optical Control of Donor Bound Electron Spins in Semiconductors for Quantum Repeaters and Quantum Computers

10:45–11:15

Morning Break

11:15–11:50
Gurudev Dutt
Quantum Register Based on Individual Electronic and Nuclear Spin Qubits in Diamond
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11:50–12:25

Irfan Siddiqi
Quantum Measurement with the Josephson Bifurcation Amplifier

Abstract

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12:25–1:55

Lunch Break

Session VI: Cavity QED

2:00–2:35
Jack Harris
Coupling Micromechanical Oscillators to High-finesse Optical Cavities via Radiation Pressure
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2:35–3:10

Tobias Kippenberg
Radiation Pressure Cooling of a Micromechanical Oscillator

Abstract

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2:35–3:45
Jelena Vuckovic
Quantum Dot-Photonic Crystal Chips for Quantum Information Processing
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3:45–4:15

Afternoon Break

4:15–4:50

Andrew Houck
Generating and Detecting Single Photons in a Microwave Circuit

Abstract

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4:50–5:25
Alexey Akimov
Single Plasmons Generation in Nanowires Coupled to Quantum Dots

Saturday, May 26 Phillips Auditorium

8:30–9:00

Coffee and Pastries

Session VII: Atomic and molecular dipoles
Chair: Susanne Yelin

9:00–9:35

John Doyle
Cold Polar Molecules

Abstract

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9:35–10:10

David DeMille
Trapped Polar Molecules as Qubits

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10:10–10:40

Morning Break

10:40–11:15

Robin Côté
Quantum Computing with Switchable Dipoles

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11:15–11:50

Gilles Nogues
Rydberg Atoms, Cavities and Cryogenic Traps for Information Processing.

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11:50–12:25

Peter Rabl
Molecular Dipolar Crystals: Protected Quantum Memories for Hybrid Quantum Information Processing

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12:25–1:55

Lunch Break

Session VIII: Nanomechanical resonators

2:00–2:35

Keith Schwab
Nanomechanics at Quantum Limits: Latest Results and Future Plans

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2:35–3:10

Markus Aspelmeyer
Laser-Cooling and Entangelement with Micromirrors: Towards Quantum-Opto-Mechanics.

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3:10–3:40

Afternoon Break

3:40–4:15

Nergis Mavalvala
Optical Cooling of Gram-Scale Mirrors

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4:15–4:50

Michael Moore
A generalized approach to interaction- and measurement-free quantum logic gates based on the quantum Zeno effect

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4:40–5:20

Concluding Remarks:

 
 

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