Entangling neutral atoms for quantum information processing
We review recent proposals for performing entanglement manipulation via cold collisions between neutral atoms. State-dependent, time-varying trapping potentials allow one to control the interaction between atoms, so that conditional phase shifts realizing a universal quantum gate can be obtained with high fidelity. We discuss possible physical implementations with existing experimental techniques, for example optical lattices and magnetic micro-traps.
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