Quantum computing with Silicon MOS spin qubits
Henry Yang1*
1School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia
* Presenter:Henry Yang, email:henry.yang@unsw.edu.au
Spin qubits in silicon are excellent candidates for scalable quantum computers [1] due to their long coherence times and the enormous investment in silicon CMOS technology. In this talk, I will walk through the architecture of our Si-MOS quantum dots. With combination of isotopically enriched Si-28 substrate and an on-chip electron spin resonance (ESR) microwave line, these quantum dots can be operated as spin qubits [2,3] with high fidelity [4,5]. In addition, I will present our experiments on the demonstrating the scalability strengths of Si-MOS qubits, including spin qubits with multi-electrons [6], operation of qubits above one kelvin [7] and more.

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[2] M. Veldhorst et al. Nature Nanotechnology 9, 981 (2014).
[3] M. Veldhorst et al. Nature 526, 410 (2015).
[4] C. H. Yang et al. Nature Electronics 2, 151 (2019)
[5] W. Huang et al. Nature 569, 532 (2019).
[6] R. C. C. Leon et al. Nature Communications 11, 797 (2020).
[7] C. H. Yang et al. Nature 580, 350 (2020).

Keywords: spin qubit, quantum computing, silicon MOS