Special Issue "Quantum Dynamics in Josephson Junctions and Symmetry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2023) | Viewed by 10698
Interests: Josephson systems; quantum computations; superconducting spintronics; artificial neural networks; quantum optics; physics of plasmas
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A programmable quantum computer based on superconducting technologies has already demonstrated supremacy over the most powerful supercomputers in the world when solving a specially developed test problem. Existing quantum processors on Josephson junctions differ in the number and type of qubits, the number of interqubit connections, and their physical implementation. From the outside, such computers resemble a complex quantum system with sophisticated techniques for state control and read-out. This allows Quantum Dynamics in Josephson Junction Systems to be used for analyzing solutions to a number of problems from a wide variety of fields, including molecular chemistry, biology, periodic and quasiperiodic crystals, and pattern recognition. On the other hand, the accumulated methods of applying the "laws of symmetry" to physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, and computer science can be used to improve Josephson quantum computers. These two mutually complementary features inspired us to start working on this multidisciplinary Special Issue of the Symmetry journal.
Prof. Nikolay Klenov
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- Josephson qubits
- Josephson neural networks
- Quantum supremacy
- Quantum simulations
- Quantum operations