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Noise reduction in quantum information process

Grant number: 98/10672-4
Support Opportunities:Scholarships abroad - Research
Effective date (Start): February 18, 1999
Effective date (End): February 17, 2001
Field of knowledge:Physical Sciences and Mathematics - Physics - Classical Areas of Phenomenology and Applications
Principal Investigator:Marcos César de Oliveira
Grantee:Marcos César de Oliveira
Host Investigator: Gerard James Milburn
Host Institution: Pessoa Física
Research place: University of Queensland, Brisbane (UQ), Australia  


The aim of this project is to develop new practical schemes for high precision measurement in optics and electronics, using quantum entanglement and error correction. Entanglement enables a more efficient use of physical resources than classical physics, and increases the precision of measurements. The strategies proposed are to reduce the effects of the noise due the interaction of quantum systems with the surrounding environment. The proposed schemes are ali based on current laboratory technologies (cavity QED, ion-traps, and mesoscopic electronics) and reasonable extrapolations of those technologies. (AU)

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