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Quantum error correction (QEC) and fault-tolerant quantum computation represent one of the most vital theoretical aspects of quantum information processing. It was well known from the early developments of this exciting field that the fragility of
>coherent quantum systems would be a catastrophic obstacle to the development of large-scale quantum computers.

The introduction of quantum error correction in 1995 [by Peter Shor] showed that active techniques could be employed to mitigate this fatal problem.

>#QuantumErrorCorrection and fault-tolerant
computation is now a much larger field and many new codes, techniques, and methodologies have been developed to implement error correction for large-scale quantum algorithms.

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This week is also #DAMOP online.…

My students and postdocs are presenting work @DukeEngineering and collaborators @JQInews @EmoryChem @UCLA and @TempleUniv
Talks by session
D03.00002 Efficient Coherent Error Cancellation in Ion Trap Quantum Computers by Hidden Inverses
E01.00070 System Stability Optimization and Gate Operations in a Compact Cryogenic Ion Trap Setup
E01.00123 Towards sympathetic rotational cooling of CaH+ in a hybrid atom-ion trap
E01.00071 Characterizing the Coherence of Trapped Ion Qubits in the STAQ co-design hardware #SeeNSF
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