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Quantum Candidate Talk
March 1 | 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Abstract: Continuous-variable quantum information processing (CVQIP) through quantum optics offers unprecedented scalability for developing fault-tolerant information processors at room temperature. The critical interest in CVQIP comes primarily from its ability to generate large-scale entangled quantum states, known as cluster states, which serve as a computation substrate for performing measurement-based quantum computation. Cluster states are typically generated from single, or two-mode squeezed vacuum states. Despite significant progress, generating, manipulating, and measuring squeezed states in nanophotonics remains challenging, with performances required for various applications in quantum information science and technology.
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