qubit.org was founded by members of Clarendon Laboratory of the University of Oxford to provide useful information and links to material in the field of quantum computing, information processing and more generally information science.
What we do
The discovery that quantum physics allows fundamentally new modes of information processing has required the existing theories of computation, information and cryptography to be superseded by their quantum generalisations. The Centre for Quantum Computation conducts theoretical and experimental research into all aspects of quantum information processing, and into the implications of the quantum theory of computation for physics itself.
Latest arXiv SubmissionsOptimal Blind Quantum Computation
Atul Mantri, Carlos A. Perez-Delgado, Joseph F. Fitzsimons
Superabsorption of light via quantum engineering
K. D. B. Higgins, S. C. Benjamin, T. M. Stace, G. J. Milburn, B. W. Lovett, E. M. Gauger
High quantum-efficiency photon-number-resolving detector for photonic on-chip information processing
Brice Calkins, Paolo L. Mennea, Adriana E. Lita, Benjamin J. Metcalf, W. Steven Kolthammer, Antia Lamas Linares, Justin B. Spring, Peter C. Humphreys, Richard P. Mirin, James C. Gates, Peter G. R. Smith, Ian A. Walmsley, Thomas Gerrits, Sae Woo Nam
A single-atom electron spin qubit in silicon
Jarryd J. Pla, Kuan Y. Tan, Juan P. Dehollain, Wee H. Lim, John J. L. Morton, David N. Jamieson, Andrew S. Dzurak, Andrea Morello
Linear Optical Quantum Computing in a Single Spatial Mode
Peter C. Humphreys, Benjamin J. Metcalf, Justin B. Spring, Merritt Moore, Xian-Min Jin, Marco Barbieri, W. Steven Kolthammer, Ian A. Walmsley