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Mr Richard Taylor

Position PhD Student
Department Department of Quantum Science
Office phone (02) 612 58896
Email
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arXiv pre-prints

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A Study on Fast Gates for Large-Scale Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions
Scientific Reports 7 (2017) 1-8pp
arXiv:1601.00359v3
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Nanomechanical sensing using spins in diamond
Nano Letters 17 (2017) 1496-1503
arXiv:1612.05325v2
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Stability thresholds and calculation techniques for fast entangling gates on trapped ions
Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 93 (2016) 1-10
arXiv:1601.03110v1

Publications

Journal article

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Scaling Trapped Ion Quantum Computers Using Fast Gates and Microtraps
Physical Review Letters 120, 22() 1-6
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A Study on Fast Gates for Large-Scale Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions
Scientific Reports 7() 1-8
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Nanomechanical Sensing Using Spins in Diamond
Nano Letters 17, 3() 1496-1503
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Ultrafast, high repetition rate, ultraviolet, fiber-laser-based source: Application towards Yb+ fast quantum-logic
Optics Express 24, 15() 16638-16648
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Stability thresholds and calculation techniques for fast entangling gates on trapped ions
Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 93, 4() 1-10

(5 publications)

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