We propose a scheme for the implementation of quantum gates which is based on the qubit encoding in antiferromagnetic molecular rings. We show that a proper engineering of the intercluster link would result in an effective coupling that vanishes as far as the system is kept in the computational space, while it is turned on by a selective excitation of specific auxiliary states. These are also shown to allow the performing of single-qubit and two-qubit gates without an individual addressing of the rings by means of local magnetic fields.

Proposal for Quantum Gates in Permanently Coupled Antiferromagnetic Spin Rings without Need of Local Fields / F., Troiani; M., Affronte; Carretta, Stefano; Santini, Paolo; Amoretti, Giuseppe. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. - ISSN 0031-9007. - 94(2005), pp. 190501-1-190501-4. [10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.190501]

Proposal for Quantum Gates in Permanently Coupled Antiferromagnetic Spin Rings without Need of Local Fields

CARRETTA, Stefano;SANTINI, Paolo;AMORETTI, Giuseppe
2005

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We propose a scheme for the implementation of quantum gates which is based on the qubit encoding in antiferromagnetic molecular rings. We show that a proper engineering of the intercluster link would result in an effective coupling that vanishes as far as the system is kept in the computational space, while it is turned on by a selective excitation of specific auxiliary states. These are also shown to allow the performing of single-qubit and two-qubit gates without an individual addressing of the rings by means of local magnetic fields.
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