Spin and topological states in hybrid semiconducting-superconducting nanostructures for scalable quantum compulation – SpinTopoQC


The aim of the project is to design novel nanodevices in which spin state of electrons and holes can be coupled to topological states, and further serve as a basic building blocks for scalable quantum computer architecture. We plan to develop efficient and reliable schemes for initialization, manipulation, coupling, storing and read-out of quantum information – qubits - encoded in such states, thus fulfilling physical requirements for scalable quantum computation. The investigated systems are based on semiconductor/ superconductor nanostructures with strong spin-orbit interaction, where both, types of qubits can coexist. This allows exploiting the best and unique properties of each type. We will use advanced analytical perturbation techniques and further made precise numerical state-of-the-art tight-binding modeling which allows to study transport properties, dynamics of entanglement including device imperfections in order to guide and interpret results of forthcoming experiments.

Okres realizacji: 01.12.2018 - 01.01.2021

Projekt współfinansowany z Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach Regionalnego Programu Operacyjnego Województwa Małopolskiego na lata 2014-2020, Działanie 1.3 Małopolskie Centra Innowacji