Research Topic

Experimental realizations of routing or shuttling trapped ions in three dimensions in a quantum computer. I want to find papers which specifically focus on the routing and shuttling characteristics, and only in 3 dimensions, not 2 or 1 dimensions.

Summary

The literature search found significant contributions to the experimental realizations of routing or shuttling trapped ions in three dimensions in quantum computing, particularly highlighted in references [1] and [2].

  • [1] presents a high success rate in shuttling Mg$^{+}$ ions across multiple sites in a 3D trap-array, preserving qubit coherence during the process, which is critical for scalable quantum architectures.
  • [2] introduces and simulates a novel ion trap design specifically for vertical (3D) ion shuttling, which underlines the practical implementation of 3D spatial control over ions during quantum operations.
  • These findings address both the experimental validation and technological design aspects for 3D ion shuttling, serving as milestones in building operational three-dimensional quantum computing systems.
To understand the relationships and patterns within the papers found, see also:
So far, I've closely analyzed 640 of the most promising papers, and I've found ~3-31 that are relevant, which is probably ~66.2% of all that exist.
To get this estimate, we do a statistical analysis of the discovery process.

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