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Why isn't NV-center-based quantum computing mainstream?

I suspect that fabrication challenges play a significant role in limiting broader interest. Growing single crystal diamonds is notoriously difficult, but not the primary impediment here. Rather, ...
Jonathan Trousdale's user avatar
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What are the pros/cons of Trapped Ion Qubits, Superconducting Qubits and Si Spin Qubits?

It think the (very) short answer is that there is not a preferred platform yet. This is why there are very active research communities around each of these technologies. Often if someone says ...
Dr. Sarah Kaiser's user avatar
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What are the pros/cons of Trapped Ion Qubits, Superconducting Qubits and Si Spin Qubits?

Here's a paper comparing Trapped Ion and Superconducting (the main competitors right now) from the group at UMD which compares their trapped ion system with IBM's transmon (superconducting) system. If ...
Dripto Debroy's user avatar
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Passive improving of nanodiamond surfaces for NV centers?

I have worked with NVs in nanodiamonds a little bit, and you are totally right, surface characteristics have a huge influence on how far we can push them. There are definitely multiple groups working ...
Dr. Sarah Kaiser's user avatar

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