Regensburg 2019 – wissenschaftliches Programm
HL 10.8: Vortrag
Montag, 1. April 2019, 17:00–17:15, H36
Spin exchange in quantum dot arrays — •Ferdinand Kuemmeth — Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Using an array of quantum dots in a GaAs heterostructure, defined and controlled by top gates, we explore the properties of a multielectron dot for inducing coherent spin exchange processes between neighboring and non-nearest-neighbor one-electron dots.
Our measurements indicate that a multielectron quantum dot with 50-100 electrons serves as an excellent mediator, preserving speed and coherence of the resulting spin-spin coupling while providing functionalities that may be of practical importance. These include speed (mediated two-qubit rates up to several gigahertz), distance (of order of a micrometer), voltage control, possibility of sweet spot operation (reducing susceptibility to charge noise), and reversal of the interaction sign  (useful for dynamical decoupling from noise). By detuning two one-electron dots with respect to the multielectron dot, we map out different configurations useful for long-distance spin exchange, including indirect, direct, and on-site exchange mediated by the multielectron dot .
Our results show a pathway to implementing fast, non-nearest neighbor two-qubit gates in semiconducting spin qubits. I will show our recent efforts into extending the mediated spin coupling into two dimensions.
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