Day 2 Dec-3 2021
Session 4 14:45-15:30

Perspectives on single atom based scalable silicon quantum computing

Yu He
Southern university of science and technology, China

Silicon quantum dots is one of the most promising quantum computing platforms. After the atomic qubits in silicon have seen tremendous progress in the past 20 years, the next challenge for the atom qubits in silicon is to tailor functional components for scalable quantum computing. Considering the scalable requirements, the hole spin in the Boron atom with EDSR control could be a game-changer. It benefits greatly from the reduced driving component size. Also, using dipole-dipole coupled two qubits could enlarge the qubit footprint and realize a dipole-dipole coupled two-qubit gate. In the end, I am going to outlook the potential methods to build quantum connections between photons and spins in the Boron qubits for a quantum internet. Combined, I will present a blueprint for a scalable atomic silicon chip with those novel quantum gates in Boron qubits.

Dr. Yu He is from the Institute of Quantum Science and Engineering (IQSE), Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen. Dr. Yu’s main research field is quantum physics and quantum computation in semiconductor systems, including self-assembled quantum dots and silicon dopants. Currently, Dr. Yu is building a team to pursue frontier quantum computing techniques combined with fundamental physics in silicon quantum devices. In total, Dr. Yu has published 23 peer-reviewed top-tier papers (including 1 Nature, 2 Nature Nanotechnology, 2 Nature Photonics, 9 Physical Review Letters), with a total citation of 3200 and an h-index of 18. Dr. Yu was listed as one of the Innovators Under 35 in the China region by MIT Technology Review in 2020.