Kae Nemoto: Distributed quantum information processing

A plenary talk from SPIE Optics + Photonics 2019
13 August 2019

In recent years, the monolithic design of quantum computers has been investigated and huge efforts to realize such designs have been undertaken worldwide. By contrast, distributed quantum information processing relies on quantum signaling between quantum devices and systems.

In this plenary talk, Kae Nemoto of the National Institute of Informatics introduces the concept of distributed quantum information processing, detailing its advantages and disadvantages. She also discusses the feasibility of quantum devices and systems to perform distributed quantum information processing, including recent developments using NV centers in diamond.

Kae Nemoto is the director of the Global Research Center for Quantum Information Science at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo where her quantum focused research bridges the gap between physics and informatics. She is a Fellow of the APS and IoP (UK).

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