Project QuantEra Si-QiBus entitled
“Long-range quantum bus for electron spin qubits in silicon” (2018-2021)
This QuantEra project is being carried out by the European Si-QuBus consortium that consists of six partners working tightly together in order to realize a QuBus in silicon. The six principal investigators and groups are:
- Coordinator: Lars Schreiber (RWTH Aachen, University, DE)
- Lieven Vandersypen (Delft University of Technology, NL)
- Tristan Meunier (INSTITUT NEEL – CNRS, FR)
- Sylvain Barraud (Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives, FR)
- Łukasz Cywiński (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, PL)
- David DiVincenzo (Forschungszentrum Jülich, DE)
The goal of the project is to demonstrate long-distance transfer of electron spin qubit in a silicon nanostructure. We want to coherently transfer an electron in a superposition of its spin states along a chain of gate-defined quantum dots. Achiecing this objective will allow for significant progress in scaling of quantum-dot based spin qubits in semiconductor architecture.
Main results obtained so far with the involvement of the Warsaw group (for all the results see the consortium website)
1) Development of theoretical description of adiabatic electron electron transfer between two quantum dots in presence of 1/f charge noise .
2)Theoretical assistance in elucidation of dominant sources of decoherence of a silicon quantum dot based spin qubits controlled by a nearby nanomagnet .
 T. Struck, A. Hollmann, F. Schauer, O. Fedorets, A. Schmidbauer, K. Sawano,
H. Riemann, N. V. Abrosimov, Ł. Cywinski, D. Bougeard, and L. R. Schreiber
Low-frequency spin qubit detuning noise in highly purified 28Si/SiGe
npj Quantum Information 6, 40 (2020)