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The paper "Universal holonomic quantum gates over geometric spin qubits with polarized microwaves" by Professor Hideo Kosaka is published in Nature Communications

The paper "Universal holonomic quantum gates over geometric spin qubits with polarized microwaves" by professor Hideo Kosaka, a Principal Investigator of the Quantum Information Security Research Unit of the Institute of Advanced Sciences has been published in Nature Communications.

In the JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency) Strategic Basic Research Programs, Professor Kosaka's research group uses the spins of electrons and nucleus at the nitrogen-vacancy center (NV center) in diamonds as qubits, and have succeeded for the first time in the world in a versatile quantum gate operation that is resistant to operational erros and environmental noise and can freely perform multiple quantum operations in a zero-magnetic field at room temperature. This result is expected to pave the way for the realization of all quantum devices that operate at room temperature, and to be applied to solving complex problems such as encrypted communication and drug discovery.


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EurekAlert! :
 Another step forward on universal quantum computer

Nature Communications :
 Universal holonomic quantum gates over geometric spin qubits with polarised microwaves