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Now at #IWQNS, Kavan Modi from @MonashUni on Stochastic proceses and application to quantum networks
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@MonashUni Kavan Modi: Classical stochastic processes can ofte be modelled by MArkov Chains, ore hidden markov chains, where the last n responses (n:= Markov order) are lumped together. #LTQI #IWQNS
@MonashUni Kavan Modi: What happens on quantum systems ? Like Biomolecule hit by a stream of laser pulses, or qubit modified by gates in presence of correlated environment. #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now at #IWQNS Zhang Zheshen form @UoA on Entanglement-Assisted Quantum Photonic Sensor Networks
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@uoa Zhang Zheshen uses enatgled light to detect targets. His entaglement source, low brightness limit: # photon/mode N_s ≫ 1. Phase correlation |⟨â_s â_I⟩|≈√N_S ≫ N_S. #LTQI #IWQNS
@uoa Zheshen Zhang:
In an experiment with 14 dB loss, 75 dB Nouise background, quantum wins by 1 dB
arxiv:1411.5969 arxiv.org/abs/1411.5969 PRL 114 110506 doi.org/10.1103/PhysRe…
Ideal implementation would be 3 dB
Quantum bound is 6 dB (matched by explicit receiver)
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Now at #IWQNS, Kanupriya Sinha from @ArmyResearchLab and @JQInews on Tailoring fluctuation phenomena in nanophotonic systems: collective effects in Casimir-Polder forces & non-Markovian dynamics in atomic collective states
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@ArmyResearchLab @JQInews Kanupriya Sinha; Casimir–Polder forces are important for integrated atom systems.
The interaction of a dipole at distance z of a mirror is U ∼ – ℏΓ₀/16(k₀z)³ : At z∼10 nm, U∼10 mK.
Where k₀ ← ω₀ (2 level split)
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@ArmyResearchLab @JQInews Kanupriya Sinha looks at many ways to drive the interaction. #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now, at IWQNS, Sara Mouradian from @Berkeley_ions on Engineering Quantum Networks
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@Berkeley_ions Sara Mouradian did her PhD on NV centers, and now works on ion traps.
A single photon detected from two NV⁻ centers allows to prepare them in entangled state. Her NV's are at 10K. Current rate of entanglement is limite to much less than spin coherence time
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@Berkeley_ions Sara Mouradian put her NVs in photonic crystal (diamond) cavities to improve entanglement rate. Her cavity has Q>14,000, but NVs are then close to surfaces, which broadens noise.
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Now at #IWQNS, Ashlesha Patil, Saikat’s student at @UoA speaks on Classical Simulation of Stabilizer Circuits
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@uoa Ashlesha Patil demonstrates her Matlab tool, based on Gotoesman and Aaronson algorithm. For an arbitrary stabilizer state. If not a graph, proposes local unitaries converting it to a graph states, impements them (or others), and draw the relevant graph state
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@uoa Ashlesha Patil’s programme, also includes measurements: Pauli, Fusion gates (again including non-graph stabilizer state, with automatic translation to graph)
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Now at #IWQNS, Saikat Guha from @UoA on photonic quantum computing with discrete variable cluster states
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@uoa Saikat Guha’s approach is on the “where is my photon ?” approach, based on progressive fusion of clusters. But
we do not understand the fundamental limits of corresponding measurement.
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@uoa Saikat Guha: these measurement can be used to assemble small cluster states into greater lattices. Then percolation allows to expand this. He then gives several lattices with different thresholds, from .58 to .74 #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now at #IWQNS, Rafael N. Alexander from @UNM on quantum computing with continuous variable clusters
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@UNM Rafael N. Alexander: Once you have a graph states allows you to do quantum computing with local operations, through measurement based quantum computation (MBQC). ∃ a sort of dictionnary translating circuits into graphical operations.
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@UNM RAfael N. Alexander: 2 approahces for qauntum computing with bosonic modes:
1 = «Where is my photon ?», aka linear photonic computing
2 = «What is the state of my mode/oscillator ?» a.k.a. this talk
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Now ar #IWQNS Lincoln D. Carr @coschoolofmines on quantifying complexity in quantum phase transitions via mutual information complex networks
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@coschoolofmines Lincoln D. Carr: In present quantum device (@dwavesys and analog devices) can already be described by networks difficult to simulate. Networks can be in the Hamiltonian, or arise spontaneously in the state. Here is about these spontaneous networks
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Lincoln D. Carr‘s network arrise through quantum phase transition. The network is hidden in the adjacency matrix from the quantum state. The matrix is build from quantum mutual information between I_jk.
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Now at #IWQNS, @vparigi81 from @lkb_lab on Engineering non-Gaussian entangled complex photonic graph states .
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@vparigi81 @lkb_lab .@vparigi81’s networks’ nodes are frequency/temporal modes of e.m. fields, made thorugh quantum frequency combs. That is merging optical frequency combs (OFC), with 10⁶ modes with quantum optics by pumping a parametric oscilaltorwith an OFC #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now at #IWQNS @SumeetKatri6
from @LSU on Robust NEtwork Architectures and topologies for entanglement distibution #LTQI #IWQNS
@LSU Sorry, wrong twitter handle: it’s @SumeetKhatri6
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@LSU @SumeetKhatri6 .@SumeetKhatri6 : looks at 2D networks without quantum repeaters, using the multiplicity of paths to add robustness to losses and node failure.
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Now at #IWQNS, Don Towsley from @UMassAmherst on Entanglement routing and switching in quantum networks #LTQI
@UMassAmherst Don Towsley looks at repeaters/routers/switchs
With m links/link
Phase 1: link entanglement succeeds with p=1 – (1 — p₀)^m
Phase 2: splicing the links succeeds with probability q
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@UMassAmherst Don Towsley study this in a grid network, with a single mode per link, one memory/mode, and a probability p to generate entanglement. #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now at #IWQNS, Prithwish Basu from U. Massachusetts on Routing and Scheduling in cClassiacal Networks #LTQI
Prithwish Bashu: Modern networks are not like internet in the 1970s. They’re no longer nice graphs, but now some king of hypergraphs with a mishmash of technologies.
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Prithwish Basu: look at multi-hop routing in ad-hoc wirelss networks. Scheduling can be used to limit interference. In these networks, routing and scheduling cannot really be looking independently. #LTQI #IWQNS
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Now at #IWQNS, Roberta Zambrini, from @IFISC_mallorca on Quantum complex networks: introduction, Synchronization ans Noiseless subspaces #LTQI
@IFISC_mallorca Roberta Zambrini: classical complex networks are used to study the phenomenon of spontaneous synchronization. It has been recently generalized into the quantum regime
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@IFISC_mallorca Roberta Zambini: The synchronization is induced by a dissipation. Two coupled squeezed harmonic oscillators need collective dissipation to become synchronized. (independent dissipation doesn’t lead to sync)
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Now at #IWQNS, Patrick Thiran from @EPFL presents an overview of classical an and complex networks. Mainly on classical networks, and on tools who might be applied to quantum networks.
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@EPFL Patrick Thiran: Networks are complex. Layer abstraction helps to “divide and conquer”, but this abstraction comes at a cost, and sometimes it not worth it.
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@EPFL Patrick Thiron: Case study1: wireless multi hop networks.
N→∞ nodes scatterred. We want full connectivity, study throughput scaling.
Layer 1. : Physical layer: adjust network for full connectivity
Layer 2: MAC connectivity
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