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Lasers pumped Quantum Dynamics in Nanostructured arrays for Computing

Donval Ariela; Gross Noam; Oron Moshe

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  <dc:creator>Donval Ariela</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Gross Noam</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Oron Moshe</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Quantum computation uses qubit in superposition and entanglement states providing more sophisticated computation ability regarding today’s computers. For that purpose of developing a novel computer concept exploiting quantum dynamics at the nanoscale, we joined an EC H2020 program consortium named COPAC [[i]]. We propose to analyze the nonlinear 2 dimensional optical response of assembled nanostructures in solid arrays to a sequence of short laser pulses. Based on 2D maps of the stimulated emission we implement a novel paradigm for parallel information processing. Within the COPAC project, we, in KiloLambda, will develop the device nanostructure and engineering design

This work is supported by the FET open H2020 EC project COPAC, #766563

[1] COPAC = Coherent Optical PArallel Computing; consortium: ULg: University of Liège; HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel; UNIPD: University of Padua; CNR: Italian National Research Council; PB: ProbaYes Software; KL: KiloLambda Technologies.

  <dc:subject>Quantum computer, nanostructure, nanophotonics, parallel information processing</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Lasers pumped Quantum Dynamics in Nanostructured arrays for Computing</dc:title>
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