Developing an Analytical Solution to expand Quantum Computation
Quantum Computation is the study of the information processing tasks that can be accomplished using quantum mechanical systems. It could open a whole new world of quicker processing and computations and offer more secure networks. By constructing systems that are able to use spontaneous parametric down conversions to reach high levels of entanglement, a property of quantum mechanics where particles within a system cannot be separated, we are able to construct these quantum mechanical systems that can then be used for quantum computation. Our work began by being able to recreate the quantum states of past work analytically by reproducing calculations. Then using that to construct our own versions that through seeding, no external stimulation, can produce the desired entangled results.
Bill N. Plick
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences
"Developing an Analytical Solution to expand Quantum Computation" (2020). Stander Symposium Projects. 2034.