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Long-distance entanglement of spin qubits via quantum Hall edge states
Physical review B
The implementation of a functional quantum computer involves entangling and coherent manipulation of a large number of qubits. For qubits based on electron spins confined in quantum dots, which are among the most investigated solid-state qubits at present, architectural challenges are often encountered in the design of quantum circuits attempting to assemble the qubits within the very limited space available. Here, we provide a solution to such challenges based on an approach to realizingdoi:10.1103/physrevb.93.075301 fatcat:jzxspzxjxbhmvgwqio4ehfbu7a