POLARIS QUANTUM ARCHITECTURE

Light, Matter, and Quanta

Polaris quantum computing architecture is based upon the robust quantum control and manipulation of quantum states between light and matter in scalable quantum networks. 

Networked quantum architecture

Wiring remote atomic quantum processors in the strong coupling regime of cavity quantum electrodynamics. Quantum information is created and processed with local Rydberg quantum gates, and stored in long-lived internal states of neutrl atoms in a reconfigurable tweezer array. The stored quantum resource and entanglement are teleported over a quantum network, realizing programmable graphs for distributed quantum computation.

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Many-body

Quantum ELECTRODYNAMICS

mQED platform
@ Laboratory for Ultracold Quantum Matter & Light/IQC
Polaris MQ-1@ Q-Block Computing Inc.

Atom-by-atom assembly of Q-Block Computing logo

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Self-correcting quantum memory

Surface code strongly coupled to an optical cavity