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DESCOM VEGA 2/0183/21
Title: Design of complex quantum measurements
Duration: 01/01/2021 - 31/12/2024
Principal Investigator: Dr. Mario Ziman
Project Goals: Many aspects of quantum measurements are conceptually puzzling. However, their practical implementation is of interest for current development of quantum technologies. Interestingly, it is also a theoretical challenge to develop novel tools and efficiently design desired quantum measurements. The canonical implementations are often very complex and possible only in theory. The goal of this project is to investigate and design measurements in three different conceptual frameworks - system of cloud universal quantum computers, thermodynamic machines, and superconducting qubits. We will develop novel simulations of existing physical systems to learn about their ability to accomplish the considered quantum measurements. As a result, we expect realistic proposals for new quantum measuring apparatuses, tools for implementing complex quantum observables efficiently also on existing quantum infrastructures, and specification of certifiable requirements that such infrastructure should meet.
Researchers: Vladimir Buzek, Mario Ziman, Michal Sedlak, Leevi Leppajarvi, David Davalos, ...