Scalable Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics System for Quantum Computing

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We introduce a new scalable cavity quantum electrodynamics platform which can be used for quantum computing. This system is composed of coupled photonic crystal (PC) cavities which their modes lie on a Dirac cone in the whole super crystal band structure. Quantum information is stored in quantum dots that are positioned inside the cavities. We show if there is just one quantum dot in the system, energy as photon is exchanged between the quantum dot and the Dirac modes sinusoidally. Meanwhile the quantum dot becomes entangled with Dirac modes. If we insert more quantum dots into the system, they also become entangled with each other.

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Aram, M. and Khorasani, S. (2015) Scalable Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics System for Quantum Computing. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1467-1477. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.611151.

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