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02 Nov 2023The Importance of Doubt

There is a very famous photograph, taken in 1927, at a conference in Brussels, Belgium, to commemorate the fifth Solvay Conference on Physics. At this meeting, 29 physicists were brought together.


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Transversal injection for direct encoding of ancilla states for non-Clifford gates using stabilizer codes

J Gavriel, D Herr, A Shaw, M J Bremner, A Paler, and S J Devitt

Physical Review Research, 5, 033019 (2023)

A solid-state quantum microscope for wavefunction control of an atom-based quantum dot device in silicon

B. Voisin, J. Salfi, D. D. St Médar, B. C. Johnson, J. C. McCallum, M. Y. Simmons, S. Rogge

Nature Electronics, 6, 409–416 (2023)

Jellybean quantum dots in silicon for qubit coupling and on-chip quantum chemistry

Zeheng Wang, MengKe Feng, Santiago Serrano, William Gilbert, Ross C. C. Leon, Tuomo Tanttu, Philip Mai, Dylan Liang, Jonathan Y. Huang, Yue Su, Wee Han Lim, Fay E. Hudson, Christopher C. Escott, Andrea Morello, Chih Hwan Yang, Andrew S. Dzurak, Andre Saraiva, Arne Laucht

Advanced Materials, 35, Issue 19 (2023)

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