Updated on 2024/04/27

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MATSUZAKI Yuichiro
 
Organization
Faculty of Science and Engineering Associate Professor
Other responsible organization
Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering Course of Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Master's Program
Contact information
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Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Materials ( オックスフォード大学 )

  • Specialization of Multidisciplinary ( 東京大学 )

Education

  • 2011.3
     

    The University of Tokyo   doctor course   withdrawn before completion

  • 2011.2
     

    オックスフォード大学   マテリアル学部   doctor course   completed

  • 2007.3
     

    The University of Tokyo   master course   completed

  • 2005.3
     

    Waseda University   graduated

Research History

  • 2023.4 - Now

    Chuo University   Faculty of Science and Engineering   Associate Professor

  • 2019.1 - 2023.3

    National Institute of Advanced Industrial and Science Technology   Chief Researcher

  • 2011.4 - 2018.12

    NTT basic research laboratories

  • 2017.4 - 2018.3

    Kyoto University   Institute for Chemical Research   visiting associate professor

  • 2011.2 - 2011.3

    Aalto University   Postdoctor

Research Interests

  • quantum information theory

  • quantum metrology

Research Areas

  • Natural Science / Mathematical physics and fundamental theory of condensed matter physics

Papers

  • Spectroscopy of flux-driven Kerr parametric oscillators by reflection coefficient measurement Reviewed

    Aiko Yamaguchi, Shumpei Masuda, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Tomohiro Yamaji, Satoh Tetsuro, Morioka Ayuka, Kawakami Yohei, Igarashi Yuichi, Shirane Masayuki, Yamamoto Tsuyoshi

    New Journal of Physics   2024.4

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    We report the spectroscopic characterization of a Kerr parametric oscillator (KPO) based on the measurement of its reflection coefficient under a two-photon drive induced by flux modulation. The measured reflection spectra show good agreement with numerical simulations in terms of their dependence on the two-photon drive amplitude. The spectra can be interpreted as changes in system’s eigenenergies, transition matrix elements, and the population of the eigenstates, although the linewidth of the resonance structure is not fully explained. We also show that the drive-amplitude dependence of the spectra can be explained analytically by using the concepts of Rabi splitting and the Stark shift. By comparing the experimentally obtained spectra with theory, we show that the two-photon drive amplitude at the device can be precisely determined, which is important for the application of KPOs in quantum information processing.

    DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/ad3c64

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  • How to experimentally evaluate the adiabatic condition for quantum annealing Reviewed

    Yuichiro Mori, Shiro Kawabata, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Scientific Reports   14 ( 1 )   2024.4

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    We propose an experimental method for evaluating the adiabatic condition during quantum annealing (QA), which will be essential for solving practical problems. The adiabatic condition consists of the transition matrix element and the energy gap, and our method simultaneously provides information about these components without diagonalizing the Hamiltonian. The key idea is to measure the power spectrum of a time domain signal by adding an oscillating field during QA, and we can estimate the values of the transition matrix element and energy gap from the measurement output. Our results provides a powerful experimental basis for analyzing the performance of QA.

    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-024-58286-2

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  • Quantum annealing with error mitigation Reviewed

    Yuta Shingu, Tetsuro Nikuni, Shiro Kawabata, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Physical Review A   109 ( 4 )   2024.4

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    DOI: 10.1103/physreva.109.042606

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  • Expressive quantum supervised machine learning using Kerr-nonlinear parametric oscillators

    Yuichiro Mori, Kouhei Nakaji, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata

    Quantum Machine Intelligence   6 ( 1 )   2024.3

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    Quantum machine learning with variational quantum algorithms (VQA) has been actively investigated as a practical algorithm in the noisy intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) era. Recent researches reveal that the data reuploading, which repeatedly encode classical data into quantum circuit, is necessary for obtaining the expressive quantum machine learning model in the conventional quantum computing architecture. However, the data reuploading tends to require a large amount of quantum resources, which motivates us to find an alternative strategy for realizing the expressive quantum machine learning efficiently. In this paper, we propose quantum machine learning with Kerr-nonlinear parametric oscillators (KPOs), as another promising quantum computing device. We use not only the ground state and first excited state but also higher excited states, which allows us to use a large Hilbert space even if we have a single KPO. Our numerical simulations show that the expressibility of our method with only one mode of the KPO is much higher than that of the conventional method with six qubits. Our results pave the way towards resource-efficient quantum machine learning, which is essential for the practical applications in the NISQ era.

    DOI: 10.1007/s42484-024-00152-5

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  • Frequency-tunable magnetic field sensing using continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance with nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Ryusei Okaniwa, Takumi Mikawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Tatsuma Yamaguchi, Rui Suzuki, Norio Tokuda, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kento Sasaki, Kensuke Kobayashi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    Journal of Applied Physics   135 ( 4 )   2024.1

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    The nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center is a promising candidate to realize practical quantum sensors with high sensitivity and high spatial resolution at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. In conventional high-frequency AC magnetometry with NV centers, the setup requires a pulse sequence with an appropriate time synchronization and strong microwave power. To avoid these practical difficulties, AC magnetometry using continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance (CW-ODMR) was recently demonstrated. That previous study utilized radio frequency (RF)-dressed states generated by the coherent interaction between the electron spin of the NV center and the RF wave. However, the drawback of this method is that the detectable frequency of the AC magnetic fields is fixed. Here, we propose and demonstrate frequency-tunable magnetic field sensing based on CW-ODMR. In the new sensing scheme, we obtain RF double-dressed states by irradiation with RF fields at two different frequencies. One creates the RF-dressed states and changes the frequency of the target AC field. The other is a target AC field that induces a change in the CW-ODMR spectrum by generating the RF double-dressed states through coherent interaction with the RF-dressed states. The sensitivity of our method is estimated to be comparable to or even higher than that of the conventional method based on the RF field with a single frequency. The estimated bandwidth is 7.5 MHz, higher than that of the conventional method using the RF-dressed states. Our frequency-tunable magnetic field sensor based on CW-ODMR paves the way for new applications in diamond devices.

    DOI: 10.1063/5.0184629

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  • Universal Scaling Bounds on a Quantum Heat Current Reviewed

    Shunsuke Kamimura, Kyo Yoshida, Yasuhiro Tokura, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Physical Review Letters   131 ( 9 )   2023.8

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    DOI: 10.1103/physrevlett.131.090401

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  • Electron-spin double resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond under a strong driving field Reviewed

    Takumi Mikawa, Ryusei Okaniwa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Norio Tokuda, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    Physical Review A   108 ( 1 )   2023.7

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    DOI: 10.1103/physreva.108.012610

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  • Vector dc magnetic-field sensing with a reference microwave field using perfectly aligned nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Takuya Isogawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    Physical Review A   107 ( 6 )   2023.6

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    DOI: 10.1103/physreva.107.062423

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  • Measurement optimization of variational quantum simulation by classical shadow and derandomization Reviewed

    Kouhei Nakaji, Suguru Endo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hideaki Hakoshima

    Quantum   7   995 - 995   2023.5

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    Simulating large quantum systems is the ultimate goal of quantum computing. Variational quantum simulation (VQS) gives us a tool to achieve the goal in near-term devices by distributing the computation load to both classical and quantum computers. However, as the size of the quantum system becomes large, the execution of VQS becomes more and more challenging. One of the most severe challenges is the drastic increase in the number of measurements; for example, the number of measurements tends to increase by the fourth power of the number of qubits in a quantum simulation with a chemical Hamiltonian. This work aims to dramatically decrease the number of measurements in VQS by recently proposed shadow-based strategies such as classical shadow and derandomization. Even though previous literature shows that shadow-based strategies successfully optimize measurements in the variational quantum optimization (VQO), how to apply them to VQS was unclear due to the gap between VQO and VQS in measuring observables. In this paper, we bridge the gap by changing the way of measuring observables in VQS and propose an algorithm to optimize measurements in VQS by shadow-based strategies. Our theoretical analysis not only reveals the advantage of using our algorithm in VQS but theoretically supports using shadow-based strategies in VQO, whose advantage has only been given numerically. Additionally, our numerical experiment shows the validity of using our algorithm with a quantum chemical system.

    DOI: 10.22331/q-2023-05-04-995

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  • Nonstoquastic catalyst for bifurcation-based quantum annealing of the ferromagnetic p-spin model Reviewed

    Yuki Susa, Takashi Imoto, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Physical Review A   107 ( 5 )   2023.5

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    DOI: 10.1103/physreva.107.052401

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  • Spectroscopic estimation of the photon number for superconducting Kerr parametric oscillators Reviewed

    Keisuke Matsumoto, Aiko Yamaguchi, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, Shiro Kawabata, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   62 ( SC )   SC1097 - SC1097   2023.4

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    Quantum annealing (QA) is a way to solve combinational optimization problems. Kerr nonlinear parametric oscillators (KPOs) are promising devices for implementing QA. When we solve the combinational optimization problems using KPOs, it is necessary to precisely control the photon number of the KPOs. Here, we propose a feasible method to estimate the photon number of the KPO. We consider coupling an ancillary qubit to the KPO and show that spectroscopic measurements on the ancillary qubit provide information on the photon number of the KPO.

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  • Analysis of the shortest vector problems with quantum annealing to search the excited states Reviewed

    Katsuki Ura, Takashi Imoto, Tetsuro Nikuni, Shiro Kawabata, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   62 ( SC )   2023.4

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    The shortest vector problem (SVP) is one of the lattice problems and is the mathematical basis for lattice-based cryptography, which is expected to be post-quantum cryptography. The SVP can be mapped onto the Ising problem, which in principle can be solved by quantum annealing (QA). However, one issue in solving the SVP using QA is that the solution of the SVP corresponds to the first excited state of the problem Hamiltonian. Therefore, QA, which searches for ground states, cannot provide a solution with high probability. In this paper, we propose to adopt an excited-state search of the QA to solve the shortest vector problem. We numerically show that the excited-state search provides a solution with a higher probability than the ground-state search.

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  • Temperature sensing with RF-dressed states of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Hibiki Tabuchi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Noboru Furuya, Yuta Nakano, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norio Tokuda, Norikazu Mizuochi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    Journal of Applied Physics   133 ( 2 )   024401 - 024401   2023.1

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    Using the electronic spin of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond is a promising approach to realizing high-precision temperature sensors; furthermore, pulsed optically detected magnetic resonance (pulsed-ODMR) is one way to measure the temperature using these NV centers. However, pulsed-ODMR techniques such as D-Ramsey, thermal echo, or thermal Carr–Purcell–Meiboom–Gill sequences require careful calibration and strict time synchronization to control the microwave (MW) pulses, which complicates their applicability. Continuous-wave ODMR (CW-ODMR) is a more advantageous way to measure temperature with NV centers because it can be implemented simply by continuous application of a green laser and MW radiation. However, CW-ODMR has lower sensitivity than pulsed-ODMR. Therefore, it is important to improve the temperature sensitivity of CW-ODMR techniques. Herein, we thus propose and demonstrate a method for measuring temperature using CW-ODMR with a quantum spin state dressed by a radio-frequency (RF) field under a transverse magnetic field. The use of an RF field is expected to suppress the inhomogeneous broadening resulting from strain and/or electric-field variations. The experimental results confirm that the linewidth is decreased in the proposed scheme when compared to the conventional scheme. In addition, we measured the temperature sensitivity to be about [Formula: see text], and this is approximately eight times better than that of the conventional scheme.

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  • Identification of Different Types of High-Frequency Defects in Superconducting Qubits Reviewed

    Leonid V. Abdurakhimov, Imran Mahboob, Hiraku Toida, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito

    PRX Quantum   3 ( 4 )   2022.12

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    DOI: 10.1103/prxquantum.3.040332

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  • Error-Mitigated Quantum Metrology via Virtual Purification Reviewed

    Kaoru Yamamoto, Suguru Endo, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yuuki Tokunaga

    Physical Review Letters   129 ( 25 )   2022.12

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    DOI: 10.1103/physrevlett.129.250503

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  • Quantum Battery Based on Superabsorption Reviewed

    Yudai Ueki, Shunsuke Kamimura, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kyo Yoshida, Yasuhiro Tokura

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   91 ( 12 )   2022.12

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    May accepted published A quantum battery is a device where an energy is charged by using a quantum effect. Here, we propose a quantum battery with a charger system composed of N qubits by utilizing a collective effect called a superabsorption. Importantly, the coupling strength between the quantum battery and charger system can be enhanced due to an entanglement. While the charging time scales as Theta(N-1=2) by applying a conventional scheme, we can achieve a charging time Theta(N-1) in our scheme. Our results open the path to ultra-fast charging of a quantum battery.

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  • Quantum annealing with twisted fields Reviewed

    Takashi Imoto, Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata

    New Journal of Physics   24 ( 11 )   113009 - 113009   2022.11

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    Quantum annealing (QA) is a promising method for solving combinational optimization problems and performing quantum chemical calculations. The main sources of errors in QA are the effects of decoherence and non-adiabatic transition. We propose a method for suppressing both these effects using inhomogeneous twist operators corresponding to the twist angles of transverse fields applied to qubits. Furthermore, we adopt variational methods to determine the optimal inhomogeneous twist operator for minimizing the energy of the state after QA. Our approach is useful for increasing the energy gap and/or making the quantum states robust against decoherence during QA. In summary, our results can pave the way to a new approach for realizing practical QA.

    DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/ac9155

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  • Guaranteed-accuracy quantum annealing Reviewed

    Takashi Imoto, Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata

    Physical Review A   106 ( 4 )   2022.10

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    DOI: 10.1103/physreva.106.042615

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  • Fast Tunable Coupling Scheme of Kerr Parametric Oscillators Based on Shortcuts to Adiabaticity Reviewed

    S. Masuda, T. Kanao, H. Goto, Y. Matsuzaki, T. Ishikawa, S. Kawabata

    Physical Review Applied   18 ( 3 )   2022.9

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  • Generation of multipartite entanglement between spin-1 particles with bifurcation-based quantum annealing Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Takashi Imoto, Yuki Susa

    SCIENTIFIC REPORTS   12 ( 1 )   2022.9

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    Quantum annealing is a way to solve a combinational optimization problem where quantum fluctuation is induced by transverse fields. Recently, a bifurcation-based quantum annealing with spin-1 particles was suggested as another mechanism to implement the quantum annealing. In the bifurcation-based quantum annealing, each spin is initially prepared in vertical bar 0 >, let this state evolve by a time-dependent Hamiltonian in an adiabatic way, and we find a state spanned by vertical bar +/- 1 > at the end of the evolution. Here, we propose a scheme to generate multipartite entanglement, namely GHZ states, between spin-1 particles by using the bifurcation-based quantum annealing. We gradually decrease the detuning of the spin-1 particles while we adiabatically change the amplitude of the external driving fields. Due to the dipole-dipole interactions between the spin-1 particles, we can prepare the GHZ state after performing this protocol. We discuss possible implementations of our scheme by using nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond.

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  • Emergence of Hilbert Space Fragmentation in Ising Models with a Weak Transverse Field Reviewed

    Atsuki Yoshinaga, Hideaki Hakoshima, Takashi Imoto, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Ryusuke Hamazaki

    Physical Review Letters   129 ( 9 )   2022.8

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  • Anonymous Quantum Sensing Reviewed

    Hiroto Kasai, Yuki Takeuchi, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yasuhiro Tokura

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   91 ( 7 )   1 - 12   2022.7

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    A lot of attention has been paid to a quantum-sensing network for detecting magnetic fields in different positions. Recently, cryptographic quantum metrology was investigated where the information of the magnetic fields is transmitted in a secure way. However, sometimes, the positions where non-zero magnetic fields are generated could carry important information. Here, we propose an anonymous quantum sensor where an information of positions having non-zero magnetic fields is hidden after measuring magnetic fields with a quantum-sensing network. Suppose that participants are located in different positions and they have quantum sensors. After the quantum sensors are entangled, the participants implement quantum sensing that provides a phase information if non-zero magnetic fields exist, and POVM measurement is performed on quantum sensors. Importantly, even if the outcomes of the POVM measurement is stolen by an eavesdropper, information of the positions with non-zero magnetic fields is still unknown for the eavesdropper in our protocol. Here, tracelessness is guaranteed, and so our protocol is considered as anonymous. In addition, we evaluate the sensitivity of our proposed quantum sensors by using Fisher information when there are at most two positions having non-zero magnetic fields. We show that the sensitivity is finite unless these two (non-zero) magnetic fields have exactly the same amplitude. Our results pave the way for new applications of quantum-sensing network.

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  • Generalized Quantum Subspace Expansion Reviewed

    Nobuyuki Yoshioka, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yuuki Tokunaga, Yasunari Suzuki, Suguru Endo

    Physical Review Letters   129 ( 2 )   1 - 6   2022.7

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  • Obtaining Ground States of the XXZ Model Using the Quantum Annealing with Inductively Coupled Superconducting Flux Qubits Reviewed

    Takashi Imoto, Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   91 ( 6 )   1 - 6   2022.6

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  • Quantum-Enhanced Heat Engine Based on Superabsorption Reviewed

    Shunsuke Kamimura, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kyo Yoshida, Yasuhiro Tokura

    Physical Review Letters   128 ( 18 )   1 - 7   2022.5

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    We propose a quantum-enhanced heat engine with entanglement. The key feature of our scheme is superabsorption, which facilitates enhanced energy absorption by entangled qubits. Whereas a conventional engine with N separable qubits provides power with a scaling of P = Theta(N), our engine uses superabsorption to provide power with a quantum scaling of P = Theta(N-2). This quantum heat engine also exhibits a scaling advantage over classical ones composed of N-particle Langevin systems. Our work elucidates the quantum properties allowing for the enhancement of performance.

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  • Calculation of Gibbs partition function with imaginary time evolution on near-term quantum computers Reviewed

    Keisuke Matsumoto, Yuta Shingu, Suguru Endo, Shiro Kawabata, Shohei Watabe, Tetsuro Nikuni, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   61 ( 4 )   1 - 11   2022.3

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    <jats:title>Abstract</jats:title>
    <jats:p>The Gibbs partition function is an important quantity in describing statistical properties of a system in thermodynamic equilibrium. There are several proposals to calculate the partition functions on near-term quantum computers. However, the existing schemes require many copies of the Gibbs states to perform an extrapolation for the calculation of the partition function, which could be costly performed on the near-term quantum computers. We propose a scheme to calculate the Gibbs function with the imaginary time evolution. After preparing Gibbs states with different temperatures by using the imaginary time evolution, we measure the overlap between them on a quantum circuit, which allows us to calculate the Gibbs partition function. Our scheme requires only 2<jats:italic>N</jats:italic> qubits to calculate the Gibbs function of <jats:italic>N</jats:italic> qubits.</jats:p>

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  • Quantum metrology based on symmetry-protected adiabatic transformation: imperfection, finite time duration, and dephasing Reviewed

    Takuya Hatomura, Atsuki Yoshinaga, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Mamiko Tatsuta

    New Journal of Physics   24 ( 3 )   033005 - 033005   2022.3

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    <jats:title>Abstract</jats:title>
    <jats:p>The aim of quantum metrology is to estimate target parameters as precisely as possible. In this paper, we consider quantum metrology based on symmetry-protected adiabatic transformation. We introduce a ferromagnetic Ising model with a transverse field as a probe and consider the estimation of a longitudinal field. Without the transverse field, the ground state of the probe is given by the Greenberger–Horne–Zeilinger state, and thus the Heisenberg limit estimation of the longitudinal field can be achieved through parity measurement. In our scheme, full information of the longitudinal field encoded on parity is exactly mapped to global magnetization by symmetry-protected adiabatic transformation, and thus the parity measurement can be replaced with global magnetization measurement. Moreover, this scheme requires neither accurate control of individual qubits nor that of interaction strength. We discuss the effects of the finite transverse field and nonadiabatic transitions as imperfection of adiabatic transformation. By taking into account finite time duration for state preparation, sensing, and readout, we also compare performance of the present scheme with a classical scheme in the absence and presence of dephasing.</jats:p>

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  • Variational secure cloud quantum computing Reviewed

    Yuta Shingu, Yuki Takeuchi, Suguru Endo, Shiro Kawabata, Shohei Watabe, Tetsuro Nikuni, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Physical Review A   105 ( 2 )   1 - 10   2022.2

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    Variational quantum algorithms (VQAs) have been considered to be useful applications of noisy intermediatescale quantum (NISQ) devices. Typically, in VQAs, a parametrized ansatz circuit is used to generate a trial wave function, and the parameters are optimized to minimize a cost function. On the other hand, blind quantum computing (BQC) has been studied in order to provide a quantum algorithm with security by using cloud networks. A client with a limited ability to perform quantum operations hopes to have access to a quantum computer of a server, and BQC allows the client to use the server's computer without leakage of the client's information (such as input, running quantum algorithms, and output) to the server. However, BQC is designed for fault-tolerant quantum computing, and this requires many ancillary qubits, which may not be suitable for NISQ devices. Here, we propose an efficient way to implement the NISQ computing with guaranteed security for the client. In our architecture, only N + 1 qubits are required, under an assumption that the form of ansatze is known to the server, where N denotes the necessary number of the qubits in the original NISQ algorithms. The client only performs single-qubit measurements on an ancillary qubit sent from the server, and the measurement angles can specify the parameters for the ansatze of the NISQ algorithms. The no-signaling principle guarantees that neither parameters chosen by the client nor the outputs of the algorithm are leaked to the server. This work paves the way for new applications of NISQ devices.

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  • Polarizing electron spins with a superconducting flux qubit Reviewed

    Shingo Kukita, Hideaki Ookane, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

    Physical Review A   105 ( 1 )   1 - 12   2022.1

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  • Heisenberg-Limited Quantum Metrology Using Collective Dephasing Reviewed

    Shingo Kukita, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

    Physical Review Applied   16 ( 6 )   1 - 16   2021.12

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    The goal of quantum metrology is the precise estimation of parameters using quantum properties such as entanglement. This estimation usually consists of three steps: state preparation, time evolution during which information of the parameters is encoded in the state, and readout of the state. Decoherence during the time evolution typically degrades the performance of quantum metrology and is considered to be one of the major obstacles to realizing entanglement-enhanced sensing. We show, however, that under suitable conditions, this decoherence can be exploited to improve the sensitivity. Assume that we have two axes, and our aim is to estimate the relative angle between them. Our results reveal that the use of Markovian collective dephasing to estimate the relative angle between the two directions affords Heisenberg-limited sensitivity. Moreover, our protocol based on Markovian collective dephasing is robust against environmental noise: it is possible to achieve the Heisenberg limit by applying the collective dephasing even under the effect of independent dephasing. Our counterintuitive proposal with the decoherence leads to alternative applications in quantum metrology.

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  • Quantum remote sensing under the effect of dephasing Reviewed

    Hideaki Okane, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuki Takeuchi, Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Physical Review A   104 ( 6 )   1 - 18   2021.12

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    The quantum remote sensing (QRS) is a scheme to add security about the measurement results of a qubit-based sensor. A client delegates a measurement task to a remote server that has a quantum sensor, and eavesdropper (Eve) steals every classical information stored in the server side. By using quantum properties, the QRS provides an asymmetricity about the information gain where the client gets more information about the sensing results than Eve. However, quantum states are fragile against decoherence, and so it is not clear whether such a QRS is practically useful under the effect of realistic noise. Here, we investigate the performance of the QRS with dephasing during the interaction with the target fields. In the QRS, the client and server need to share a Bell pair, and an imperfection of the Bell pair leads to a state preparation error in a systematic way on the server side for the sensing. We consider the effect of both dephasing and state preparation error. The uncertainty of the client side decreases with the square root of the repetition number M for small M, which is the same scaling as the standard quantum metrology. On the other hand, for large M, the state preparation error becomes as relevant as the dephasing, and the uncertainty decreases logarithmically with M. We compare the information gain between the client and Eve. This leads us to obtain the conditions for the asymmetric gain to be maintained even under the effect of dephasing. Then, we can quantify how much information the client can gain while preserving the information asymmetricity.

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  • Theoretical study of reflection spectroscopy for superconducting quantum parametrons Reviewed

    S Masuda, A Yamaguchi, T Yamaji, T Yamamoto, T Ishikawa, Y Matsuzaki, S Kawabata

    New Journal of Physics   23 ( 9 )   093023 - 093023   2021.9

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    <jats:p>Superconducting parametrons in the single-photon Kerr regime, also called KPOs, have been attracting increasing attention in terms of their applications to quantum annealing and universal quantum computation. It is of practical importance to obtain information of superconducting parametrons operating under an oscillating pump field. Spectroscopy can provide information of a superconducting parametron under examination, such as energy level structure, and also useful information for calibration of the pump field. We theoretically study the reflection spectroscopy of superconducting parametrons, and develop a method to obtain the reflection coefficient. We present formulae of the reflection coefficient, the nominal external and the internal decay rates, and examine the obtained spectra. It is shown that the difference of the populations of energy levels manifests itself as a dip or peak in the amplitude of the reflection coefficient, and one can directly extract the coupling strength between the energy levels by measuring the nominal decay rates when the pump field is sufficiently large.</jats:p>

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  • Boltzmann machine learning with a variational quantum algorithm Reviewed

    Yuta Shingu, Yuya Seki, Shohei Watabe, Suguru Endo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata, Tetsuro Nikuni, Hideaki Hakoshima

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   104 ( 3 )   1 - 12   2021.9

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    A Boltzmann machine is a powerful tool for modeling probability distributions that govern the training data. A thermal equilibrium state is typically used for the Boltzmann machine learning to obtain a suitable probability distribution. The Boltzmann machine learning consists of calculating the gradient of the loss function given in terms of the thermal average, which is the most time-consuming procedure. Here, we propose a method to implement the Boltzmann machine learning by using noisy intermediate-scale quantum devices. We prepare an initial pure state that contains all possible computational basis states with the same amplitude, and we apply a variational imaginary time simulation. Readout of the state after the evolution in the computational basis approximates the probability distribution of the thermal equilibrium state that is used for the Boltzmann machine learning. We perform the numerical simulations of our scheme and confirm that the Boltzmann machine learning works well. Our scheme leads to a significant step toward an efficient machine learning using quantum hardware.

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  • Proposed rapid detection of nuclear spins with entanglement-enhanced sensors Reviewed

    Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Toyofumi Ishikawa

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   60 ( 7 )   1 - 4   2021.7

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    Recently, there have been significant developments to detect nuclear spins with nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers in diamond. However, due to the nature of the short range dipole-dipole interaction, it takes a long time to detect distant nuclear spins with the NV centers. Here, we propose a rapid detection of nuclear spins with an entanglement between the NV centers. We show that the necessary time to detect the nuclear spins with the entanglement is several orders of magnitude shorter than that with separable NV centers. Our results pave the way for new applications in nanoscale nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

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  • Controls of a superconducting quantum parametron under a strong pump field Reviewed

    Shumpei Masuda, Toyofumi Ishikawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata

    Scientific Reports   11 ( 1 )   2021.6

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    Pumped at approximately twice the natural frequency, a Josephson parametric oscillator called parametron or Kerr parametric oscillator shows self-oscillation. Quantum annealing and universal quantum computation using self-oscillating parametrons as qubits were proposed. However, controls of parametrons under the pump field are degraded by unwanted rapidly oscillating terms in the Hamiltonian, which we call non-resonant rapidly oscillating terms (NROTs) coming from the violation of the rotating wave approximation. Therefore, the pump field can be an intrinsic origin of the imperfection of controls of parametrons. Here, we theoretically study the influence of the NROTs on the accuracy of controls of a parametron: a cat-state creation and a single-qubit gate. It is shown that there is a trade-off relationship between the suppression of the nonadiabatic transitions and the validity of the rotating wave approximation in a conventional approach. We also show that the tailored time dependence of the detuning of the pump field can suppress both of the nonadiabatic transitions and the disturbance of the state of the parametron due to the NROTs.

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  • Entanglement-enhanced sensing using a chain of qubits with always-on nearest-neighbor interactions Reviewed

    Atsuki Yoshinaga, Mamiko Tatsuta, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   103 ( 6 )   1 - 10   2021.6

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    Quantum metrology is the use of genuinely quantum properties such as entanglement as a resource to outperform classical sensing strategies. Typically, entanglement is created by implementing gate operations or inducing many-body interactions. However, existing sensing schemes with these approaches require accurate control of the probe system such as switching on and off the interaction among qubits, which can be challenging for practical applications. Here, we propose an entanglement-enhanced sensing scheme with an always-on nearest-neighbor interaction between qubits. We adopt the transverse field Ising chain as the probe system, making use of the so-called quantum domino dynamics for the generation of the entangled states. In addition to the advantage that our scheme can be implemented without controlling the interactions, it only requires initialization of the system, projective measurements on a single qubit, and control of the uniform magnetic fields. We can achieve an improved sensitivity beyond the standard quantum limit even under the effect of realistic decoherence.

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  • Possibility of the total thermodynamic entropy production rate of a finite-sized isolated quantum system to be negative for the Gorini-Kossakowski-Sudarshan-Lindblad-type Markovian dynamics of its subsystem Reviewed

    Takaaki Aoki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hideaki Hakoshima

    Physical Review A   103 ( 5 )   1 - 15   2021.5

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    We investigate a total thermodynamic entropy production rate of an isolated quantum system. In particular, we consider a quantum model of coupled harmonic oscillators in a star configuration, where a central harmonic oscillator (system) is coupled to a finite number of surrounding harmonic oscillators (bath). In this model, when the initial state of the total system is given by the tensor product of the Gibbs states of the system and the bath, every harmonic oscillator is always in a Gibbs state with a time-dependent temperature. This enables us to define time-dependent thermodynamic entropy for each harmonic oscillator and total nonequilibrium thermodynamic entropy as the summation of them. We analytically confirm that the total thermodynamic entropy satisfies the third law of thermodynamics. Our numerical solutions show that, even when the dynamics of the system is well approximated by the Gorini-Kossakowski-Sudarshan-Lindblad (GKSL)-type Markovian master equation, the total thermodynamic entropy production rate can be negative, while the total thermodynamic entropy satisfies the second law of thermodynamics. This result is a counterexample to the common belief that the total entropy production rate is non-negative when the system is under the GKSL-type Markovian dynamics.

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  • Excited State Search Using Quantum Annealing Reviewed

    Yuya Seki, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Kawabata

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   90 ( 5 )   1 - 11   2021.5

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    Quantum annealing (QA) is one of the ways of finding ground states of problem Hamiltonians. We initially apply transverse fields corresponding to a driver Hamiltonian and adiabatically change the Hamiltonian to the problem Hamiltonian to obtain the target ground state. However, for some purposes such as quantum chemistry, both ground and excited states are needed to understand the properties of the molecules. Here, we describe a scheme based on QA to search arbitrary excited states of problem Hamiltonians. By splitting the degeneracy of the driver Hamiltonian with inhomogeneous transverse fields, we can prepare a nondegenerate excited state as the initial state, and an adiabatic change of the Hamiltonian provides a target excited state as long as the adiabatic condition holds. We also show that our scheme enables us to find a desired excited state by designing the driver Hamiltonian suitably even in the presence of weak decoherence. These results are important for quantum chemistry and post-quantum cryptography.

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  • Wide-field AC magnetic field imaging using continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond

    Karl Joel Hallbäck, Tatsuma Yamaguchi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norikazu Mizuochi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    Optical and Quantum Sensing and Precision Metrology   1170   2021.3

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  • Direct estimation of the energy gap between the ground state and excited state with quantum annealing Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hideaki Hakoshima, Kenji Sugisaki, Yuya Seki, Shiro Kawabata

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   60 ( SB )   1 - 4   2021.2

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    In quantum chemistry, it is important to estimate an energy gap between a ground state and an excited state of molecular Hamiltonians. In previous researches, it was necessary to measure the energy of the ground state and that of the excited state separately, and the energy gap was estimated from the subtraction between them. Here, we show a novel scheme to estimate such an energy gap in a more direct manner. We use a concept of a Ramsey type measurement in the quantum annealing (QA) for such a direct estimation of the energy gap. In our scheme, the measured signal oscillates with a frequency of the energy gap. To study the performance of our scheme, we perform numerical simulations. The results show our scheme is robust against non-adiabatic transitions between the ground state and first excited state. Our scheme paves the way for the practical application of QA in quantum chemistry.

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  • Relationship between costs for quantum error mitigation and non-Markovian measures Reviewed

    Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Suguru Endo

    Physical Review A   103 ( 1 )   1 - 7   2021.1

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    Quantum error mitigation (QEM) has been proposed as an alternative method of quantum error correction to compensate errors in quantum systems without qubit overhead. While Markovian gate errors on digital quantum computers have been mainly considered previously, it is indispensable to discuss a relationship between QEM and non-Markovian errors because non-Markovian noise effects inevitably exist in most of the solid-state systems. In this work, we investigate the QEM for non-Markovian noise, and show that there is a clear relationship between costs for QEM and non-Markovian measures. As examples, we show several non-Markovian noise models to bridge a gap between our theoretical framework and concrete physical systems. This discovery may help in designing better QEM strategies for realistic quantum devices with non-Markovian environments.

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  • Projecting an ultra-strongly-coupled system in a non-energy-eigenbasis with a driven nonlinear resonator Reviewed

    Suguru Endo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Shiro Saito, Neill Lambert, Franco Nori

    Scientific Reports   10 ( 1 )   1 - 20   2020.12

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    We explore the problem of projecting the ground-state of an ultra-strong-coupled circuit-QED system into a non-energy-eigenstate. As a measurement apparatus we consider a nonlinear driven resonator. We find that the post-measurement state of the nonlinear resonator exhibits a large correlation with the post-measurement state of the ultra-strongly coupled system even when the coupling between measurement device and system is much smaller than the energy scales of the system itself. While the projection is imperfect, we argue that because of the strong nonlinear response of the resonator it works in a practical regime where a linear measurement apparatus would fail.

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  • Control of all the transitions between ground state manifolds of nitrogen vacancy centers in diamonds by applying external magnetic driving fields Reviewed

    Tatsuma Yamaguchi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Soya Saijo, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norikazu Mizuochi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   59 ( 11 )   1 - 5   2020.11

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    We demonstrate control of all the three transitions among the ground state sublevels of NV centers by applying magnetic driving fields. To address the states of a specific NV axis among the four axes, we apply a magnetic field orthogonal to the NV axis. We control two transitions by microwave pulses and the remaining transition by radio frequency (RF) pulses. In particular, we investigate the dependence of Rabi oscillations on the frequency and intensity of the RF pulses. In addition, we perform a pi pulse by the RF pulses and measured the coherence time between the ground state sublevels. Our results pave the way for control of NV centers for the realization of quantum information processing and quantum sensing.

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  • Electrical Control for Extending the Ramsey Spin Coherence Time of Ion-Implanted Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond Reviewed

    S. Kobayashi, Y. Matsuzaki, H. Morishita, S. Miwa, Y. Suzuki, M. Fujiwara, N. Mizuochi

    PHYSICAL REVIEW APPLIED   14 ( 4 )   1 - 10   2020.10

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    The extension of spin coherence times is a crucial issue for quantum information and quantum sensing. In solid-state systems, suppressing noise through various techniques has been demonstrated. On the other hand, an electrical control for suppression is important toward individual controls of on-chip quantum-information devices. Here, we show electrical control for extension of the spin coherence times of 40-nm-deep ion-implanted single-nitrogen-vacancy center spins in diamond by suppressing magnetic noise. We apply 120 V dc across two contacts spaced by 10 mu m. The spin coherence times, estimated from a free-induction decay and a Hahn-echo decay, are increased up to about 10 times (reaching 10 mu s) and 1.4 times (reaching 150 mu s), respectively. From the quantitative analysis, the dominant decoherence source, depending on the applied static electric field, is elucidated. Electrical control for extension can deliver a sensitivity enhancement to the dc sensing of temperature, pressure, and electric (but not magnetic) fields, opening up an alternative technique in solid-state quantum-information devices.

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  • Efficient detection of inhomogeneous magnetic fields from a single spin with Dicke states Reviewed

    Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

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    The efficient detection of a single spin is a significant goal of improving the sensitivity of quantum magnetic-field sensors. Recent results show that a specific type of entanglement such as Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger (GHZ) states can be used as a resource to improve the performance of single spin detection. However, scalable generation of the GHZ states is experimentally difficult to realize. It is desirable to use a practical entangled state that can be easily generated. In this paper, we propose the efficient detection of a single spin with Dicke states. We show a way to prepare and measure Dicke states via a global control. Moreover, we investigate how dephasing due to unwanted coupling with the environment affects the performance of our proposal, and show that single spin detection with Dicke states with dephasing has a significant advantage over the classical strategy with separable states. Our results are important toward realizing entanglement enhanced single spin detection.

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  • Control of the transition frequency of a superconducting flux qubit by longitudinal coupling to the photon number degree of freedom in a resonator Reviewed

    Hiraku Toida, Takuya Ohrai, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW B   102 ( 9 )   1 - 7   2020.9

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    We control the transition frequency of a superconducting flux qubit coupled to a frequency-tunable resonator comprising a direct current superconducting quantum interference device (dc SQUID) by microwave driving. The dc SQUID mediates the coupling between microwave photons in the resonator and a flux qubit. The polarity of the frequency shift depends on the sign of the flux bias for the qubit and can be both positive and negative. The absolute value of the frequency shift becomes larger by increasing the photon number in the resonator. These behaviors are reproduced by a model considering the magnetic interaction between the flux qubit and dc SQUID. The tuning range of the transition frequency of the flux qubit reaches approximate to 1.9 GHz. The effect of photon number fluctuation in the resonator to the dephasing rate of the flux qubit is also discussed.

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  • Driven-state relaxation of a coupled qubit-defect system in spin-locking measurements Reviewed

    Leonid Abdurakhimov, Imran Mahboob, Hiraku Toida, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW B   102 ( 10 )   1 - 5   2020.9

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    It is widely known that spin-locking noise spectroscopy is a powerful technique for the characterization of low frequency noise mechanisms in superconducting qubits. Here we show that the relaxation rate of the driven spin-locking state of a qubit can be significantly affected by the presence of an off-resonant high-frequency two-level-system defect. Thus, both low- and high-frequency defects should be taken into account in the interpretation of spin-locking measurements and other types of driven-state noise spectroscopy.

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  • Rabi oscillation and spin echo between ground state manifolds of nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond by external magnetic driving fields

    Yamaguchi Tatsuma, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Watanabe Hideyuki, Mizuochi Norikazu, Ishi-Hayase Junko

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2020.2   932 - 932   2020.8

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  • Sequential nonabsorbing microwave single-photon detector Reviewed

    Ivan Iakoupov, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito

    Physical Review Research   2 ( 3 )   2020.8

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  • Multiparameter quantum estimation under dephasing noise Reviewed

    Le Bin Ho, Hideaki Hakoshima, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Masayuki Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

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    The simultaneous quantum estimation of multiple parameters has recently become an essential aspect of quantum metrology. Although the ultimate sensitivity of a multiparameter quantum estimation in a noiseless environment can overcome the standard quantum limit that every classical sensor is bounded by, it is unclear whether a quantum sensor has an advantage over a classical sensor under a realistic level of noise. In this study, we present the framework of a simultaneous estimation of multiple parameters using quantum sensors under a specific noisy environment. Three components of an external magnetic field are estimated, and we consider the dephasing noise. We show that there is an optimal sensing time in a time-inhomogeneous noisy environment and that its sensitivity can overcome the standard quantum limit.

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  • Variational-state quantum metrology Reviewed

    Balint Koczor, Suguru Endo, Tyson Jones, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon C. Benjamin

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    Quantum technologies exploit entanglement to enhance various tasks beyond their classical limits including computation, communication and measurements. Quantum metrology aims to increase the precision of a measured quantity that is estimated in the presence of statistical errors using entangled quantum states. We present a novel approach for finding (near) optimal states for metrology in the presence of noise, using variational techniques as a tool for efficiently searching the high-dimensional space of quantum states, which would be classically intractable. We comprehensively explore systems consisting of up to 9 qubits and find new highly entangled states that are not symmetric under permutations and non-trivially outperform previously known states up to a constant factor 2. We consider a range of environmental noise models; while passive quantum states cannot achieve a fundamentally superior scaling (as established by prior asymptotic results) we do observe a significant absolute quantum advantage. We finally outline a possible experimental setup for variational quantum metrology which can be implemented in near-term hardware.

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  • Experimental Demonstration of Secure Quantum Remote Sensing Reviewed

    Peng Yin, Yuki Takeuchi, Wen-Hao Zhang, Zhen-Qiang Yin, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Xing-Xiang Peng, Xiao-Ye Xu, Jin-Shi Xu, Jian-Shun Tang, Zong-Quan Zhou, Geng Chen, Chuan-Feng Li, Guang-Can Guo

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    Quantum metrology aims to enhance the precision of various measurement tasks by taking advantages of quantum properties. In many scenarios, precision is not the sole target; the acquired information must be protected once it is generated in the sensing process. Considering a remote sensing scenario where a local site performs cooperative sensing with a remote site to collect sensitive information at the remote site, the loss of sensing data inevitably causes sensitive information to be revealed. Quantum key distribution is known to be a reliable solution for secure data transmission; however, it fails if an eavesdropper accesses the sensing data generated at a remote site. In this study we demonstrate that, by sharing entanglement between local and remote sites, secure quantum remote sensing can be realized, and the secure level is characterized by asymmetric Fisher information gain. Concretely, only the local site can acquire the estimated parameter accurately with Fisher information approaching 1. In contrast, the accessible Fisher information for an eavesdropper is nearly zero even if he or she obtains the raw sensing data at the remote site. This achievement is primarily due to the nonlocal calibration and control of the probe state at the remote site. Our results explore one significant advantage of "quantumness" and extend the notion of quantum metrology to the security realm.

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  • Electron spin resonance with up to 20 spin sensitivity measured using a superconducting flux qubit Reviewed

    Rangga P. Budoyo, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito

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    We report on electron spin resonance spectroscopy measurements using a superconducting flux qubit with a sensing volume of 6 fl. The qubit is read out using a frequency-tunable Josephson bifurcation amplifier, which leads to an inferred measurement sensitivity of about 20 spins in a 1 s measurement. This sensitivity represents an order of magnitude improvement when compared to flux-qubit schemes using a direct current-superconducting quantum interference device switching readout. Furthermore, noise spectroscopy reveals that the sensitivity is limited by flicker (1=f) flux noise.

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  • Experimental and Theoretical Analysis of Noise Strength and Environmental Correlation Time for Ensembles of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond Reviewed

    Kan Hayashi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Takaki Ashida, Shinobu Onoda, Hiroshi Abe, Takeshi Ohshima, Mutsuko Hatano, Takashi Taniguchi, Hiroki Morishita, Masanori Fujiwara, Norikazu Mizuochi

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   89 ( 5 )   1 - 6   2020.5

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    NV centers in diamond have been considered as an important building block for the realization of quantum information processing such as quantum simulation, quantum memory, and quantum metrology. To maximize the potential of the NV centers, it is essential to understand the mechanism of the decoherence. Existing theories predicted a relationship between the coherence time and spin concentration (a sum of the concentration of the NV center and P1 center) in diamond. However, a systematic experimental study of the spin concentration dependence of the coherence time was still missing. Here, we experimentally and theoretically investigate the Hahn echo decay curve with several diamond samples with different spin concentration. The Hahn echo results show that we observe a non-exponential decay for the low spin concentration while an exponential decay is dominant for the high spin concentration. By fitting the decay curve with a theoretical model, we show that both the amplitude and correlation time of the environmental noise have a clear dependence on the spin concentration. These results are essential to optimize the NV center concentration as high-performance quantum devices, particularly as quantum sensors.

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  • Architecture to achieve nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with a superconducting flux qubit Reviewed

    Koichiro Miyanishi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hiraku Toida, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Makoto Negoro, Masahiro Kitagawa, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   101 ( 5 )   1 - 14   2020.5

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    We theoretically analyze the performance of the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy with a superconducting flux qubit (FQ). Such NMR with the FQ is attractive because of the possibility to detect the relatively small number of nuclear spins in a local region (approximate to mu m) with low temperatures (approximate to mK) and low magnetic fields (approximate to mT), in which other types of quantum sensing schemes cannot easily be accessed. A sample containing nuclear spins is directly attached on the FQ, and the FQ is used as a magnetometer to detect magnetic fields from the nuclear spins. Especially, we consider two types of approaches to NMR with the FQ. One of them is to use spatially inhomogeneous excitations of the nuclear spins, which are induced by a spatially asymmetric driving with radio-frequency (rf) pulses. Such an inhomogeneity causes a change in the dc magnetic flux penetrating a loop of the FQ, which can be detected by a standard Ramsey measurement on the FQ. The other approach is to use a dynamical decoupling on the FQ to measure ac magnetic fields induced by Larmor precession of the nuclear spins. In this case, neither a spin excitation nor a spin polarization is required since the signal comes from fluctuating magnetic fields of the nuclear spins. We calculate the minimum detectable density (number) of the nuclear spins for the FQ with experimentally feasible parameters. We show that the minimum detectable density (number) of the nuclear spins with these approaches is around 10(21)/cm(3) (10(8)) with an accumulation time of 1 s.

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  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Model of an Entangled Sensor under Noise Reviewed

    Le Bin Ho, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Masayuki Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   89 ( 5 )   1 - 8   2020.5

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    Entangled sensors have been attracting much attention recently because they can achieve higher sensitivity than those of classical sensors. To exploit entanglement as a resource, it is important to understand the effect of noise, because the entangled state is highly sensitive to noise. In this paper, we present a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) model of an entangled sensor in a controlled environment; one can implement the entangled sensor under various noisy environments. In particular, we experimentally investigate the performance of the entangled sensor under time-inhomogeneous noisy environments, where the entangled sensor has the potential to surpass classical sensors. Our "entangled sensor" consists of a multi-spin molecule solved in isotropic liquid, and we can perform, or simulate, quantum sensing by using NMR techniques.

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  • One-way Transfer of Quantum States via Decoherence Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Victor M. Bastidas, Yuki Takeuchi, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   89 ( 4 )   1 - 9   2020.4

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    In many quantum information processing applications, it is important to be able to transfer a quantum state from one location to another even within a local device. Typical approaches to implement the quantum state transfer rely on unitary evolutions or measurement feedforward operations. However, these existing schemes require many accurate pulse operations and/or precise timing controls. Here, we propose a one-way transfer of the quantum state with near unit efficiency using dissipation from a tailored environment. After preparing an initial state, the transfer can be implemented without external time dependent operations. Moreover, our scheme is irreversible due to the non-unitary evolution, and so the transferred state remains in the same site once the system reaches the steady state. This is in stark contrast to the unitary state transfer where the quantum states continue to oscillate between different sites. Our novel quantum state transfer via the dissipation paves the way toward robust and practical quantum control.

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  • Quantum control of all transitions among electronic spin 3 levels of nitrogen vacancy centers in diamond by external magnetic fields

    Yamaguchi Tatsuma, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Watanabe Hideyuki, Mizuochi Norikazu, Ishi-Hayase Junko

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2020.1   1294 - 1294   2020.2

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  • Single spin detection with entangled states Reviewed

    Hakoshima Hideaki, Matsuzaki Yuichiro

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  • Quantum annealing with capacitive-shunted flux qubits Reviewed

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Hakoshima Hideaki, Seki Yuya, KAWABATA Shiro

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   1 - 4   2019.11

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  • Bandwidth analysis of AC magnetic field sensing based on electronic spin double-resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Tatsuma Yamaguchi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito, Soya Saijo, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norikazu Mizuochi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS   58 ( 10 )   1 - 5   2019.10

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    We have recently demonstrated an AC magnetic field sensing scheme using a simple continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond. This scheme is based on electronic spin double-resonance excited by continuous microwave and radiofrequency (RF) fields. Here, we measure and analyze the double-resonance spectrum and magnetic field sensitivity for various microwave and RF frequencies. We observe a clear anticrossing of RF-dressed electronic spin states in the spectrum and estimate the bandwidth to be approximately 5 MHz at a center frequency of 9.9 MHz. (C) 2019 The Japan Society of Applied Physics

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  • Quantum metrology with generalized cat states Reviewed

    Mamiko Tatsuta, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Akira Shimizu

    Physical Review A   100 ( 3 )   1 - 10   2019.9

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  • Realization of controllable open system with NMR Reviewed

    Le Bin Ho, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Masayuki Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

    New Journal of Physics   21 ( 9 )   093008 - 093008   2019.9

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    An open quantum system is now attracting much attention because a quantum device such as quantum computers and quantum sensors is an emerging technology. Here, we present a model of the open system that shows either time-homogeneous Markovian relaxations or non-Markovian relaxations depending on its parameters that we can control. This model is fully described with the master equation that is analytically solvable. More importantly, this model can be easily realized with molecules in isotropic liquids and measured with NMR techniques.

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  • Spectrum of the Dicke model in a superconducting qubit-oscillator system Reviewed

    Ashhab S, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Saito S, Yoshihara F, Fuse T, Semba K

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   99 ( 6 )   1 - 11   2019.6

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    We calculate the transmission spectrum of a superconducting circuit realization of the Dicke model and identify spectroscopic features that can serve as signatures of the superradiant phase. In particular, we calculate the resonance frequencies of the system as functions of the bias term, which is usually absent in studies on the Dicke model but is commonly present in superconducting qubit circuits. To avoid over-complicating the proposed circuit, we assume a fixed coupling strength. This situation precludes the possibility of observing signatures of the phase transition by varying the coupling strength across the critical point. We show that the spectrum obtained by varying the bias point under fixed coupling strength can contain signatures of the normal and superradiant phases: in the normal phase one expects to observe two spectral lines, while in the superradiant phase four spectral lines are expected to exist close to the qubits' symmetry point. Provided that parameter fluctuations and decoherence rates are sufficiently small, the four spectral lines should be observable and can serve as a signature of the superradiant phase.

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  • Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy using a single artificial atom Reviewed

    Toida Hiraku, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Zhu Xiaobo, Munro William J, Yamaguchi Hiroshi, Saito Shiro

    COMMUNICATIONS PHYSICS   2 ( 1 )   1 - 7   2019.3

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    © 2019, The Author(s). Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is an important technology in physics, chemistry, materials science, and biology. Sensitive detection with a small sample volume is a key objective in these areas, because it is crucial, for example, for the readout of a highly packed spin based quantum memory or the detection of transition metals in biomaterials. Here, we demonstrate a novel EPR spectrometer using a single artificial atom as a sensitive detector of spin magnetization. The artificial atom, a superconducting flux qubit, provides advantages in terms of its strong coupling with magnetic fields. We estimate a sensitivity of ~400 spins·Hz−1/2 with a magnetic sensing volume around 10−14λ3 (50 femtoliters), where λ is the wavelength of the irradiated microwave. Our artificial atom works as a highly sensitive EPR spectrometer with micron-scale area with future opportunity for measuring single spins on the nanometer scale.

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  • Quantum remote sensing with asymmetric information gain Reviewed

    Takeuchi Yuki, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Miyanishi Koichiro, Sugiyama Takanori, Munro William J

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   99 ( 2 )   1 - 14   2019.2

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    © 2019 American Physical Society. Typically, the aim of quantum metrology is to sense target fields with high precision utilizing quantum properties. Unlike the typical aim, in this paper, we use quantum properties for adding a functionality to quantum sensors. More concretely, we propose a delegated quantum sensor (a client-server model) with security inbuilt. Suppose that a client wants to measure some target fields with high precision, but he/she does not have any high-precision sensor. This leads the client to delegate the sensing to a remote server who possesses a high-precision sensor. The client gives the server instructions about how to control the sensor. The server lets the sensor interact with the target fields in accordance with the instructions, and then sends the sensing measurement results to the client. In this case, since the server knows the control process and readout results of the sensor, the information of the target fields is available not only for the client but also for the server. We show that, by using an entanglement between the client and the server, an asymmetric information gain is possible so that only the client can obtain sufficient information on the target fields. In our scheme, the server generates the entanglement between a solid-state system (that can interact with the target fields) and a photon, and sends the photon to the client. On the other hand, the client is required to possess linear-optics elements only including wave plates, polarizing beam splitters, and single-photon detectors. Our scheme is feasible with the current technology, and our results pave the way for an application of quantum metrology.

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  • Demonstration of vector magnetic field sensing by simultaneous control of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond using multi-frequency microwave pulses Reviewed

    Ken Yahata, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito, Hideyuki Watanabe, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS   114 ( 2 )   022404/1 - 022404/5   2019.1

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    An ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond is a fascinating candidate for realizing a sensitive magnetic field sensor. In particular, since the axes of the NV centers are distributed along four directions, a collection of measurement data from NV centers with different axes provides information on the vector components of a magnetic field. However, in the conventional approach, the low measurement contrast of NV centers limits the sensitivity of vector magnetic field sensing. Recently, to overcome this problem, multi-frequency control of the NV centers has been proposed. The key idea is that four types of NV centers with different axes are simultaneously controlled by multi-frequency microwave pulses. Here, we demonstrate vector magnetic field sensing with an ensemble of NV centers in diamond via such multi-frequency control with pulsed-type measurements. We use Hahn echo pulses and extract information on the vector components of an applied AC magnetic field. We find that the sensitivity of the vector field sensing with multi-frequency control is better than that with single-frequency control for every vector component of a magnetic field.

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  • Optimization of Temperature Sensitivity Using the Optically Detected Magnetic-Resonance Spectrum of a Nitrogen-Vacancy Center Ensemble Reviewed

    Kan Hayashi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Takashi Taniguchi, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Ippei Nakamura, Shinobu Onoda, Takeshi Ohshima, Hiroki Morishita, Masanori Fujiwara, Shiro Saito, Norikazu Mizuochi

    Physical Review Applied   10 ( 3 )   1 - 8   2018.9

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    © 2018 American Physical Society. Temperature sensing with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers using quantum techniques is very promising, and further development is expected. Recently, the optically detected magnetic-resonance (ODMR) spectrum of a high-density ensemble of NV centers was reproduced with noise parameters [inhomogeneous magnetic field, inhomogeneous strain (electric field) distribution, and homogeneous broadening] of the NV center ensemble. In this study, we use ODMR to estimate the noise parameters of the NV centers in several diamonds. These parameters strongly depend on the spin concentration. This knowledge is then applied to theoretically predict the temperature sensitivity. Using the diffraction-limited volume of 0.1μm3, which is the typical limit in confocal microscopy, we estimate the optimal sensitivity to be around 0.76mK/Hz with an NV center concentration of 5.0×1017/cm3. This sensitivity is much higher than previously reported sensitivities, demonstrating the excellent potential of temperature sensing with NV centers.

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  • Frequency Response of Double Resonance of Sub-levels of Spin-triplet State of NV Centers in Diamond

    Yamaguchi Tatsuma, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Saito Shiro, Watanabe Hideyuki, Mizuochi Norikazu, Ishi-Hayase Junko

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2018.2   1382 - 1382   2018.9

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  • AC magnetic field sensing using continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Soya Saijo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito, Tatsuma Yamaguchi, Ikuya Hanano, Hideyuki Watanabe, Norikazu Mizuochi, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS   113 ( 8 )   1 - 5   2018.8

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    Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond can be used as highly sensitive quantum sensors for detecting magnetic fields at room temperature. Pulsed optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) is typically used to detect AC magnetic fields, but can only be implemented after careful calibration that involves aligning an external static magnetic field, measuring continuous-wave (CW) ODMR, determining the Rabi frequency, and setting the microwave phase. In contrast, CW-ODMR can be simply implemented by continuous application of a green CW laser and a microwave field, and can be used to detect DC or low-frequency (kHz-range) AC magnetic fields. We report a method that uses NV centers and CW-ODMR to detect high-frequency (MHz-range) AC magnetic fields. This method fully utilizes spin-1 properties of electron spins of NV centers. Unlike conventional methods, the proposed method does not require a pulse sequence; this greatly simplifies the procedure and apparatus needed for implementation. A sensitivity of 2.5 mu T / root HZ is found for our present experimental apparatus, the sensitivity of which is currently limited by inhomogeneous broadening and low measurement contrast of samples used and by the low collection efficiency of the optical setup, both of which could be improved in the future. Thus, this simple alternative to existing AC magnetic field sensors paves the way for the development of a practical and feasible quantum sensor. Published by AIP Publishing.

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  • Quantum Metrology beyond the Classical Limit under the Effect of Dephasing Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon Benjamin, Shojun Nakayama, Shiro Saito, William J. Munro

    Physical Review Letters   120 ( 14 )   1 - 6   2018.4

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    Quantum sensors have the potential to outperform their classical counterparts. For classical sensing, the uncertainty of the estimation of the target fields scales inversely with the square root of the measurement time T. On the other hand, by using quantum resources, we can reduce this scaling of the uncertainty with time to 1/T. However, as quantum states are susceptible to dephasing, it has not been clear whether we can achieve sensitivities with a scaling of 1/T for a measurement time longer than the coherence time. Here, we propose a scheme that estimates the amplitude of globally applied fields with the uncertainty of 1/T for an arbitrary time scale under the effect of dephasing. We use one-way quantum-computing-based teleportation between qubits to prevent any increase in the correlation between the quantum state and its local environment from building up and have shown that such a teleportation protocol can suppress the local dephasing while the information from the target fields keeps growing. Our method has the potential to realize a quantum sensor with a sensitivity far beyond that of any classical sensor.

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  • Phonon-bottlenecked spin relaxation of Er3+:Y2SiO5 at sub-kelvin temperatures Reviewed

    Rangga P. Budoyo, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, William J. Munro, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    Applied Physics Express   11 ( 4 )   1 - 5   2018.4

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    We report on electron spin relaxation measurements of Er3+ dopants in a Y2SiO5 crystal using an electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer based on a Josephson bifurcation amplifier. We observed the change in the induced flux as a function of time for two spin transitions (at different crystallographic sites) after an excitation microwave pulse or a change in the static magnetic field. Low-microwave-power measurements showed relaxation times of approximately 10 h at 20 mK, and 1/T1 followed a T2 dependence between 30 and 200 mK. We observed no difference in behavior between the two transitions. The microwave power and temperature dependences suggest that a phonon-bottleneck-like process limits relaxation.

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  • Multi-Frequency Magnetic Field Vector Sensing using Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond

    Yahata Ken, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Saito Shiro, Watanabe Hideyuki, Ishi-Hayase Junko

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2018.1   1466 - 1466   2018.3

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  • Temperature sensing with an ensemble of nitrogen vacancy centers

    Hayashi Kan, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Shimo-Oka Takaaki, Nakamura Ippei, Morishita Hiroki, Fujiwara Masanori, Saito Shiro, Mizuochi Norikazu

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2018.1   1473 - 1473   2018.3

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  • Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of Er3+:Y2SiO5 using a Josephson bifurcation amplifier: Observation of hyperfine and quadrupole structures Reviewed

    Budoyo Rangga P, Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Toida Hiraku, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Munro William J, Yamaguchi Hiroshi, Saito Shiro

    PHYSICAL REVIEW MATERIALS   2 ( 1 )   1 - 6   2018.1

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    © 2018 American Physical Society. We performed magnetic field and frequency tunable electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of an Er3+-doped Y2SiO5 crystal by observing the change in flux induced on a direct current superconducting quantum interference device (dc SQUID) loop of a tunable Josephson bifurcation amplifer. The observed spectra show multiple transitions which agree well with the simulated energy levels, taking into account the hyperfine and quadrupole interactions of Er167. The sensing volume is about 0.15 pl, and our inferred measurement sensitivity (limited by external flux noise) is approximately 1.5×104 electron spins for a 1-s measurement. The sensitivity value is two orders of magnitude better than similar schemes using a dc SQUID switching readout.

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  • Vector-magnetic-field sensing via multifrequency control of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond Reviewed

    Sayaka Kitazawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Soya Saijo, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Shiro Saito, Junko Ishi-Hayase

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   96 ( 4 )   1 - 11   2017.10

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    An ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond is an attractive device to detect small magnetic fields. In particular, by exploiting the fact that the NV center can be aligned along one of four different axes due to C-3 nu symmetry, it is possible to extract information concerning vector magnetic fields. However, in the conventional scheme, low readout contrasts of the NV centers significantly decrease the sensitivity of the vector-magnetic-field sensing. Here, we propose a way to improve the sensitivity of the vector-magnetic-field sensing of the NV centers using multifrequency control. Since the Zeeman energy of the NV centers depends on the direction of the axis, we can independently control the four types of NV centers using microwave pulses with different frequencies. This allows us to use every NV center for the vector field detection in parallel, which effectively increases the readout contrast. Our results pave the way to realize a practical diamond-based vector field sensor.

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  • Engineered noisy environment for studying decoherence Reviewed

    Ai Iwakura, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Yasushi Kondo

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    The largest obstacle to perform quantum information processing is decoherence of a system. In order to overcome this, various techniques, such as dynamical decoupling and quantum Zeno effects, have been proposed and demonstrated. Here, we present an NMR model with which various decoherence suppression techniques can experimentally be evaluated. By changing the conditions in the sample preparation, we can engineer an environment to interact the system that contains the information. Moreover, we can efficiently describe the dynamics by the operator-sum representation due to the simplicity of our model. As concrete examples, we have investigated the performance of dynamical decoupling with several molecules. Our model provides a useful test bench to understand the mechanism of decoherence induced by a noisy environment and to examine various ideas of decoherence suppression techniques.

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  • AC magnetic field sensing using continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonace of NV centers in diamond

    Saijo Soya, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Saito Shiro, Watanabe Hideyuki, Mizuochi Norikazu, Ishi-Hayase Junko

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    hayashi kan, matsuzaki yuichiro, shimo-oka takaaki, nakamura ippei, morishita hiroki, fujiwara masanori, saito shiro, mizuochi norikazu

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2017.2   1296 - 1296   2017.8

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  • Calculation of sensitivity for current sensing using nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond

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  • Coherent coupling between 4300 superconducting flux qubits and a microwave resonator

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, William John Munro, And Shiro Saito

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    A superconducting flux qubit can be used as a magnetic field sensor, and this has potential applications in many fields such as medical science and biology. If we could realize an entanglement between the superconducting flux qubits, it is expected that such a device would show much better sensitivity than any existing magnetic field sensors. We introduce here our recent research along this direction.

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  • Demonstration of realism violation on a macroscopic scale

    Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hiraku Toida, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito, And William John Munro

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    In quantum mechanics, we can realize quantum superposition states, which cannot be understood by the usual common sense in our living world. In the microscopic world, such as that experienced by a single electron spin, superposition behavior has been experimentally confirmed. However, it is still controversial as to whether or not we can in principle observe such quantum phenomena in the macroscopic world. At NTT Basic Research Laboratories, we have experimentally tested such macroscopic quantum phenomena by using a macroscopic quantum device.

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  • Projective measurement of energy on an ensemble of qubits with unknown frequencies Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shojun Nakayama, Akihito Soeda, Shiro Saito, Mio Murao

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    In projective measurements of energy, a target system is projected to an eigenstate of the system Hamiltonian and the measurement outcomes provide the information of corresponding eigenenergies. Recently, it has been shown that such a measurement can be, in principle, realized without detailed knowledge of the Hamiltonian by using probe qubits. However, in this approach, the size of the dimension for the probe increases as we increase the dimension of the target system; also, individual addressability of every qubit is required, which may not be possible for many experimental settings involving large systems. Here, we show that a single probe qubit is sufficient to perform such a projective measurement of energy if the target system is composed of noninteracting qubits whose resonant frequencies are unknown. Moreover, our scheme requires only globalmanipulations where every qubit is subjected to the same control fields. These results indicate the feasibility of our energy-projection protocols.

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  • Magnetic-field sensing with quantum error detection under the effect of energy relaxation Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon Benjamin

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    A solid state spin is an attractive system with which to realize an ultrasensitive magnetic field sensor. A spin superposition state will acquire a phase induced by the target field, and we can estimate the field strength from this phase. Recent studies have aimed at improving sensitivity through the use of quantum error correction (QEC) to detect and correct any bit-flip errors that may occur during the sensing period. Here we investigate the performance of a two-qubit sensor employing QEC and under the effect of energy relaxation. Surprisingly, we find that the standard QEC technique to detect and recover from an error does not improve the sensitivity compared with the single-qubit sensors. This is a consequence of the fact that the energy relaxation induces both a phase-flip and a bit-flip noise where the former noise cannot be distinguished from the relative phase induced from the target fields. However, we have found that we can improve the sensitivity if we adopt postselection to discard the state when error is detected. Even when quantum error detection is moderately noisy, and allowing for the cost of the postselection technique, we find that this two-qubit system shows an advantage in sensing over a single qubit in the same conditions.

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  • Superradiance with an ensemble of superconducting flux qubits Reviewed

    Neill Lambert, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Natsuko Ishida, Shiro Saito, Franco Nori

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    Superconducting flux qubits are a promising candidate for realizing quantum information processing and quantum simulations. Such devices behave like artificial atoms, with the advantage that one can easily tune the "atoms" internal properties. Here, by harnessing this flexibility, we propose a technique to minimize the inhomogeneous broadening of a large ensemble of flux qubits by tuning only the external flux. In addition, as an example of many-body physics in such an ensemble, we show how to observe superradiance, and its quadratic scaling with ensemble size, using a tailored microwave control pulse that takes advantage of the inhomogeneous broadening itself to excite only a subensemble of the qubits. Our scheme opens up an approach to using superconducting circuits to explore the properties of quantum many-body systems.

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  • Hybrid quantum magnetic-field sensor with an electron spin and a nuclear spin in diamond Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Hirotaka Tanaka, Yasuhiro Tokura, Kouichi Semba, Norikazu Mizuochi

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   94 ( 5 )   1 - 6   2016.11

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    Recently, magnetic-field sensors based on an electron spin of a nitrogen vacancy center in diamond have been studied both from an experimental and theoretical point of view. This system provides a nanoscale magnetometer, and it is possible to detect a precession of a single spin. In this paper, we propose a sensor consisting of an electron spin and a nuclear spin in diamond. Although the electron spin has a reasonable interaction strength with magnetic field, the coherence time of the spin is relatively short. On the other hand, the nuclear spin has a longer lifetime while the spin has a negligible interaction with magnetic fields. We show that, through the combination of such two different spins via the hyperfine interaction, it is possible to construct a magnetic-field sensor with the sensitivity far beyond that of previous sensors using just a single electron spin.

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  • A strict experimental test of macroscopic realism in a superconducting flux qubit Reviewed

    George C. Knee, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Mao-Chuang Yeh, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hiraku Toida, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito, Anthony J. Leggett, William J. Munro

    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS   7   1 - 5   2016.11

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    Macroscopic realism is the name for a class of modifications to quantum theory that allow macroscopic objects to be described in a measurement-independent manner, while largely preserving a fully quantum mechanical description of the microscopic world. Objective collapse theories are examples which aim to solve the quantum measurement problem through modified dynamical laws. Whether such theories describe nature, however, is not known. Here we describe and implement an experimental protocol capable of constraining theories of this class, that is more noise tolerant and conceptually transparent than the original Leggett-Garg test. We implement the protocol in a superconducting flux qubit, and rule out (by similar to 84 s.d.) those theories which would deny coherent superpositions of 170 nA currents over a similar to 10 ns timescale. Further, we address the 'clumsiness loophole' by determining classical disturbance with control experiments. Our results constitute strong evidence for the superposition of states of nontrivial macroscopic distinctness.

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  • Observation of Collective Coupling between an Engineered Ensemble of Macroscopic Artificial Atoms and a Superconducting Resonator Reviewed

    Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Corentin Deprez, Hiraku Toida, Kouichi Semba, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   117 ( 21 )   1 - 6   2016.11

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    The hybridization of distinct quantum systems is now seen as an effective way to engineer the properties of an entire system leading to applications in quantum metamaterials, quantum simulation, and quantum metrology. Recent improvements in both fabrication techniques and qubit design have allowed the community to consider coupling large ensembles of artificial atoms, such as superconducting qubits, to a resonator. Here, we demonstrate the coherent coupling between a microwave resonator and a macroscopic ensemble composed of several thousand superconducting flux qubits, where we observe a large dispersive frequency shift in the spectrum of 250 MHz. We achieve the large dispersive shift with a collective enhancement of the coupling strength between the resonator

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  • Characterization and Control of Measurement-Induced Dephasing on Superconducting Flux Qubit with a Josephson Bifurcation Amplifier Reviewed

    Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Tatsuya Baba, Hayato Nakano, Shiro Saito, Kouichi Semba

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   85 ( 10 )   1 - 4   2016.10

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    Quantum measurements play a central role in quantum information processing. Understanding the mechanism of the quantum measurements is essential to both improve the visibility of the readout and decrease the projection error during measurement. Here, we describe and demonstrate an experimental protocol for quantifying a measurement backaction when we readout a superconducting flux qubit using a Josephson bifurcation amplifier. The coupling with the Josephson bifurcation amplifier induces a dephasing on the flux qubit during the readout. We have succeeded in estimating and controlling the strength of such a measurement-induced dephasing by changing the pulse height of the microwave driving. Our results are crucial for designing a suitable quantum readout technique for the realization of practical quantum devices.

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  • Coherent Dynamics of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond Interacting with Isotopically-enriched Nitrogen Nuclear Spins

    FUJITA RYUUSHIROU, HANANO IKUYA, UESUGI SYUHEI, WATANABE HIDEYUKI, MATSUZAKI YUICHIRO, ISHI-HAYASE JUNKO, AKAHANE KOUICHI

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2016.2   1243 - 1243   2016.9

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  • Optically detected magnetic resonance of high-density ensemble of NV- centers in diamond Reviewed

    Y. Matsuzaki, H. Morishita, T. Shimooka, T. Tashima, K. Kakuyanagi, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, H. Yamaguchi, N. Mizuochi, S. Saito

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER   28 ( 27 )   1 - 9   2016.7

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    Optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) is a way to characterize the ensemble of NV- centers. Recently, a remarkably sharp dip was observed in the ODMR with a high-density ensemble of NV centers. The model (Zhu et al 2014 Nat. Commun. 5 3424) indicated that such a dip was due to the spin-1 properties of the NV- centers. Here, we present many more details of the analysis to show how this model can be applied to investigate the properties of the NV- centers. By using our model, we have reproduced the ODMR with and without applied external magnetic fields. Additionally, we investigate how the ODMR is affected by the typical parameters of the ensemble NV- centers such as strain distributions, inhomogeneous magnetic fields, and homogeneous broadening width. Our model provides a way to characterize the NV- center from the ODMR, which would be crucial to realize diamond-based quantum information processing.

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  • A hybrid-systems approach to spin squeezing using a highly dissipative ancillary system Reviewed

    Shane Dooley, Emi Yukawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, George C. Knee, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto

    NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS   18   1 - 20   2016.5

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    Squeezed states of spin systems are an important entangled resource for quantum technologies, particularly quantum metrology and sensing. Here we consider the generation of spin squeezed states by interacting the spins with a dissipative ancillary system. We show that spin squeezing can be generated in this model by two different mechanisms: one -axis twisting (OAT) and driven collective relaxation (DCR). We can interpolate between the two mechanisms by simply adjusting the detuning between the dissipative ancillary system and the spin system. Interestingly, we find that for both mechanisms, ancillary system dissipation need not be considered an imperfection in our model, but plays a positive role in spin squeezing. To assess the feasibility of spin squeezing we consider two different implementations with superconducting circuits. We conclude that it is experimentally feasible to generate a squeezed state of hundreds of spins either by OAT or by DCR.

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  • Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy using a direct current-SQUID magnetometer directly coupled to an electron spin ensemble Reviewed

    Hiraku Toida, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Xiaobo Zhu, William J. Munro, Kae Nemoto, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS   108 ( 5 )   1 - 5   2016.2

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    We demonstrate electron spin polarization detection and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy using a direct current superconducting quantum interference device (dc-SQUID) magnetometer. Our target electron spin ensemble is directly bonded to the dc-SQUID magnetometer that detects electron spin polarization induced by an external magnetic field or EPR in a micrometer-sized area. The minimum distinguishable number of polarized spins and sensing volume of the electron spin polarization detection and the EPR spectroscopy are estimated to be similar to 10(6) and similar to 10(-10) cm(3) (similar to 0.1 pl), respectively. (C) 2016 AIP Publishing LLC.

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  • Using the quantum Zeno effect for suppression of decoherence Reviewed

    Yasushi Kondo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kei Matsushima, Jefferson G. Filgueiras

    NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS   18   1 - 12   2016.1

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    Projective measurements are an essential element of quantum mechanics. In most cases, they cause an irreversible change of the quantum system on which they act. However, measurements can also be used to stabilize quantum states from decay processes, which is known as the quantum Zeno effect (QZE). Here, we demonstrate this effect for the case of a superposition state of a nuclear spin qubit, using an ancilla to perform the measurement. As a result, the quantum state of the qubit is protected against dephasing without relying on an ensemble nature of NMR experiments. We also propose a scheme to protect an arbitrary state by using QZE.

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  • Quantum Zeno Effect in an Unstable System with NMR Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hirotaka Tanaka

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   85 ( 1 )   1 - 7   2016.1

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    We theoretically propose a scheme for the verification of the quantum Zeno effect (QZE) to suppress a decay process with nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). Nuclear spins are affected by low-frequency noise, and thus we can naturally observe non exponential decay behavior, which is a prerequisite in observing the QZE. We also show that a key component for verifying the QZE, namely, the measurement of a nuclear spin, can be realized with NMR using the current technology by using a measurement process with a non selective architecture.

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  • Hybridization: A route to state engineering for quantum-enhanced metrology

    William J. Munro, Shane Dooley, Emi Yukawa, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kae Nemoto

    2016 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO)   2016

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    The hybridization of distinct quantum systems has now reached the stage when we can actually engineer the properties of the composite system to be better than the individual parts. One natural application of hybridization is the generation of non-classical states, which are extremely important in emerging quantum technologies such as quantum metrology and sensing. In this presentation we consider the generation of spin squeezed states in a hybrid system composed of a superconducting circuit coupled to a spin ensemble. We show that spin squeezing can be generated by two different mechanisms: one-axis twisting and driven collective relaxation.

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  • Superconductor-diamond hybrid quantum system Invited

    Kouichi Semba, Fumiki Yoshihara, Jan E. S. Johansson, Xiaobo Zhu, Norikazu Mizuochi, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Lecture Notes in Physics   911   515 - 538   2016

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  • Parity measurement of remote qubits using dispersive coupling and photodetection Reviewed

    J. Govenius, Y. Matsuzaki, I. G. Savenko, M. Möttönen

    Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics   92 ( 4 )   1 - 9   2015.10

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    Parity measurement is a key step in many entanglement generation and quantum error correction schemes. We propose a protocol for nondestructive parity measurement of two remote qubits, i.e., macroscopically separated qubits with no direct interaction. The qubits are instead dispersively coupled to separate resonators that radiate to shared photodetectors. The scheme is deterministic in the sense that there is no fundamental upper bound on the success probability. In contrast to previous proposals, our protocol addresses the scenario where number-resolving photodetectors are available but the qubit-resonator coupling is time independent and only dispersive.

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  • Spin Amplification in an Inhomogeneous System Reviewed

    Suguru Endo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, William J. Munro, Tatsuhiko Koike, Shiro Saito

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   84 ( 10 )   1 - 4   2015.10

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    A long-lived qubit is usually well-isolated from all other systems and the environments, and so is not easy to couple with measurement apparatus. It is sometimes difficult to implement reliable projective measurements on such a qubit. One potential solution is spin amplification with many ancillary qubits. Here, we propose a spin amplification technique, where the ancillary qubits state changes depending on the state of the target qubit. The technique works even for an inhomogeneous system. We show that fast and accurate amplification is possible even if the coupling and frequency of the ancillary qubits is inhomogeneous. Since our scheme is robust against realistic imperfections, this could provide a new mechanism for reading out a single spin that could not have been measured using the previous approaches.

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  • Proposed Robust Entanglement-Based Magnetic Field Sensor Beyond the Standard Quantum Limit Reviewed

    Tohru Tanaka, Paul Knott, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shane Dooley, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   115 ( 17 )   1 - 6   2015.10

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    Recently, there have been significant developments in entanglement-based quantum metrology. However, entanglement is fragile against experimental imperfections, and quantum sensing to beat the standard quantum limit in scaling has not yet been achieved in realistic systems. Here, we show that it is possible to overcome such restrictions so that one can sense a magnetic field with an accuracy beyond the standard quantum limit even under the effect of decoherence, by using a realistic entangled state that can be easily created even with current technology. Our scheme could pave the way for the realizations of practical entanglement-based magnetic field sensors.

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  • Analysis of the spectroscopy of a hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit and diamond NV- centers Reviewed

    H. Cai, Y. Matsuzaki, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, X. Zhu, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, S. Saito, H. Yamaguchi

    JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER   27 ( 34 )   1 - 16   2015.9

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    A hybrid system that combines the advantages of a superconductor flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond is one of the promising devices to realize quantum information processing. Exploring the properties of the superconductor diamond system is essential for the efficient use of this device. When we perform spectroscopy of this system, significant power broadening is observed. However, previous models to describe this system are known to be applicable only when the power broadening is negligible. Here, we construct a new approach to analyze this system with strong driving, and succeed in reproducing the spectrum with the power broadening. Our results provide an efficient way to analyze this hybrid system.

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  • Observation of quantum Zeno effect in a superconducting flux qubit Reviewed

    K. Kakuyanagi, T. Baba, Y. Matsuzaki, H. Nakano, S. Saito, K. Semba

    NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS   17   1 - 11   2015.6

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    When a quantum state is subjected to frequent measurements, the time evolution of the quantum state is frozen. This is called the quantum Zeno effect. Here, we observe such an effect by performing frequent discrete measurements in a macroscopic quantum system, a superconducting quantum bit. The quantum Zeno effect induced by discrete measurements is similar to the original idea of the quantum Zeno effect. By using a Josephson bifurcation amplifier pulse readout, we have experimentally suppressed the time evolution of Rabi oscillation using projective measurements, and also observed the enhancement of the quantum state holding time by shortening the measurement period time. This is a crucial step to realize quantum information processing using the quantum Zeno effect.

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  • Scalable quantum computation architecture using always-on Ising interactions via quantum feedforward Reviewed

    Takahiko Satoh, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, William J. Munro, Koichi Semba, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   91 ( 5 )   1 - 6   2015.5

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    Here, we propose a way to control the interaction between qubits with always-on Ising interaction. Unlike the standard method to change the interaction strength with unitary operations, we fully make use of nonunitary properties of projective measurements so that we can effectively turn the interaction on or off via feedforward. Our scheme is useful for generating two- or three-dimensional cluster states that are universal resources for fault-tolerant quantum computation with this scheme, and it provides an alternative way to realize a scalable quantum processor.

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  • Improving the lifetime of the nitrogen-vacancy-center ensemble coupled with a superconducting flux qubit by applying magnetic fields Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Xiaobo Zhu, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Takaaki Shimooka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, W. J. Munro, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    Physical Review A   91 ( 4 )   2015.4

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  • Improving the Coherence Time of a Quantum System via a Coupling to a Short-Lived System Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Xiaobo Zhu, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Hiraku Toida, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, William J. Munro, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   114 ( 12 )   1 - 5   2015.3

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    In this Letter, we propose a counterintuitive use of a hybrid system where the coherence time of a quantum system can be significantly improved by coupling it with a system of a shorter coherence time. Coupling a two-level system with a single nitrogen-vacancy (NV-) center, a dark state of the NV-center naturally forms after the hybridization. We show that this dark state becomes robust against noise due to the coupling even when the coherence time of the two-level system is much shorter than that of the NV-center. Our proposal opens a new way to use a quantum hybrid system for the realization of robust quantum information processing.

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  • Hybridization: When two wrongs make a right

    William J. Munro, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hiraku Toida, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Shiro Saito

    2015 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO)   2015

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    The development of quantum information enabled technologies has reached an interesting stage where we can now in principle engineer composite systems to exploit the best properties of these individual systems. Hybridization potentially allows us to undertake operations and tasks that may otherwise prove difficult. Such an example occurs where we couple a superconducting circuit to an electron spin (or ensemble). We show in this presentation how the coherence properties of single electron spins (or ensembles) can be dramatically increased just by it coupling with the superconducting qubit, that is two systems with limited coherence properties can form a combined system with a much longer coherence time.

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  • Observation of dark states in a superconductor diamond quantum hybrid system Reviewed

    Xiaobo Zhu, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Robert Amsuess, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito

    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS   5   1 - 6   2014.4

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    The hybridization of distinct quantum systems has opened new avenues to exploit the best properties of these individual systems. Superconducting circuits and electron spin ensembles are one such example. Strong coupling and the coherent transfer and storage of quantum information has been achieved with nitrogen vacancy centres in diamond. Recently, we have observed a remarkably sharp resonance (similar to 1 MHz) at 2.878 GHz in the spectrum of flux qubit negatively charged nitrogen vacancy diamond hybrid quantum system under zero external magnetic field. This width is much narrower than that of both the flux qubit and spin ensemble. Here we show that this resonance is evidence of a collective dark state in the ensemble, which is coherently driven by the superposition of clockwise and counter-clockwise macroscopic persistent supercurrents flowing in the flux qubit. The collective dark state is a unique physical system and could provide a long-lived quantum memory.

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  • Long-lived dark states in a superconductor diamond hybrid quantum system

    William J. Munro, Xiaobo Zhu, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Robert Amsuess, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba, Shiro Saito

    2014 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS (CLEO)   2014

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    The research into quantum science and technology has reached an interesting stage where we can now in principle engineer composite systems to exploit the best properties of these individual systems. Such hybridization techniques have been demonstrated for instance with superconducting circuits and electron spin ensembles where strong coupling and the coherent transfer & storage of quantum information has been achieved. However in these cases, generally the hybrid system properties have not exceeded those of the individual systems. Recently we have observed a remarkably sharp resonance in the spectrum of flux qubit NV-diamond hybrid quantum system with no external magnetic field applied to the diamond. What is surprising is that its measured line-width is much narrower than that of both the flux-qubit and spin ensemble. We show this resonance is evidence of a collective & long-lived dark state.

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  • Towards Realizing a Quantum Memory for a Superconducting Qubit: Storage and Retrieval of Quantum States Reviewed

    Shiro Saito, Xiaobo Zhu, Robert Amsuess, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, William J. Munro, Kouichi Semba

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   111 ( 10 )   1 - 5   2013.9

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    We have built a hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit (the processor) and an ensemble of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond (the memory) that can be directly coupled to one another, and demonstrated how information can be transferred from the flux qubit to the memory, stored, and subsequently retrieved. We have established the coherence properties of the memory and succeeded in creating an entangled state between the processor and memory, demonstrating how the entangled state's coherence is preserved. Our results are a significant step towards using an electron spin ensemble as a quantum memory for superconducting qubits.

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  • Necessity of Superposition of Macroscopically Distinct States for Quantum Computational Speedup Reviewed

    Akira Shimizu, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Akihisa Ukena

    JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN   82 ( 5 )   1 - 16   2013.5

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    For quantum computation, we investigate the conjecture that the superposition of macroscopically distinct states is necessary for a large quantum speedup. Although this conjecture was supported for a circuit-based quantum computer performing Shor's factoring algorithm [A. Ukena and A. Shimizu: Phys. Rev. A 69 (2004) 022301], it needs to be generalized for it to be applicable to a large class of algorithms and/or other models such as measurement-based quantum computers. To treat such general cases, we first generalize the indices for the superposition of macroscopically distinct states. We then generalize the conjecture, using the generalized indices, in such a way that it is unambiguously applicable to general models if a quantum algorithm achieves exponential speedup. On the basis of this generalized conjecture, we further extend the conjecture to Grover's quantum search algorithm, whose speedup is large but quadratic. It is shown that this extended conjecture is also correct. Since Grover's algorithm is a representative algorithm for unstructured problems, the present result further supports the conjecture.

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  • Hybridization of superconducting flux qubits and diamond ensembles: a route to local gates for quantum repeaters

    William J. Munro, Xiaobo Zhu, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Ashley M. Stephens, Kae Nemoto, Shiro Saito

    QUANTUM COMMUNICATIONS AND QUANTUM IMAGING XI   8875   2013

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    The development of quantum networks requires stable quantum bits with which we can process, store and transport quantum information. A significant bottleneck in their performance is the ability to perform reliable local gates. It is well known that superconducting flux qubits have excellent processing ability while electron-spin nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond are a natural memory and optical interface. Hybridization of these two systems thus presents the promise of an effective and efficient way to perform local gates. Here we report on the first step towards this: quantum state transfer between these systems.

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  • Hybridization of superconducting flux qubits and diamond ensembles

    William J. Munro, Shiro Saito, Xiaobo Zhu, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Robert Amsuess, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Takaaki Shimo-Oka, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, Kouichi Semba

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    The development of moderate scale quantum devices requires stable quantum bits in which we can process, store and transport quantum information. Superconducting flux qubits are well known for their processing ability while electron-spin nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond are a natural memory candidate. Here we report on strong coupling and coherent exchange of a single quantum of energy between these hybrid systems as well as the realization of a quantum memory operation.

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  • Quantum communication utilizing cavity-based quantum devices

    Kae Nemoto, A. Stephens, S. Devitt, M. Everitt, J. Schmiedmayer, M. Trupke, S. Saito, Y. Matsuzaki, A. SaiToh, K. Harrison, W. J. Munro

    2013 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS PACIFIC RIM (CLEO-PR)   WPG-15, IEEE - [2pages]   2013

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    Photons play a central role in performing general communication tasks. For long distance communications, photons will be lost on the way to receiver, and naturally a quantum communication system then needs to be equipped with functions to overcome the photon losses and to correct errors. We present several quantum repeater schemes and their potential implementation, and compare the advantages and disadvantages of each.

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  • Enhanced energy relaxation process of a quantum memory coupled to a superconducting qubit Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Hayato Nakano

    PHYSICAL REVIEW B   86 ( 18 )   1 - 7   2012.11

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    For quantum information processing, each physical system has a different advantage as regards implementation, so hybrid systems that benefit from the advantage of several systems would provide a promising approach. One common hybrid approach involves combining a superconducting qubit as a controllable qubit and another quantum system with a long coherence time as a memory qubit. The use of a superconducting qubit gives us excellent controllability of the quantum states, and the memory qubit is capable of storing information for a long time. It has been believed that selective coupling can be realized between a superconducting qubit and a memory qubit by tuning the energy splitting between them. However, we have shown that this detuning approach has a fundamental drawback as regards energy leakage from the memory qubit. Even if the superconducting qubit is effectively separated by reasonable detuning, a non-negligible incoherent energy relaxation in the memory qubit occurs via residual weak coupling when the superconducting qubit is affected by severe dephasing. This energy transport from the memory qubit to the control qubit can be interpreted as the appearance of the anti-quantum Zeno effect induced by the fluctuation in the superconducting qubit. We also discuss possible ways to avoid this energy relaxation process, which is feasible with existing technology.

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  • Entangling homogeneously broadened matter qubits in the weak-coupling cavity-QED regime Reviewed

    Kazuki Koshino, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   86 ( 2 )   1 - 5   2012.8

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    In distributed quantum information processing, flying photons entangle matter qubits confined in cavities. However, when a matter qubit is homogeneously broadened, the strong-coupling regime of cavity QED is typically required, which is hard to realize in actual experimental setups. Here, we show that a high-fidelity entanglement operation is possible even in the weak-coupling regime in which dampings (dephasing, spontaneous emission, and cavity leakage) overwhelm the coherent coupling between a qubit and the cavity. Our proposal enables distributed quantum information processing to be performed using much less demanding technology than previously.

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  • Quantum entanglement distribution using a magnetic field sensor Reviewed

    M. Schaffry, S. C. Benjamin, Y. Matsuzaki

    NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS   14   1 - 16   2012.2

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    Sensors based on crystal defects, especially nitrogen vacancy (NV) centres in nanodiamond, can achieve detection of single magnetic moments. Here, we show that this exquisite control can be utilized to entangle remote electronic spins for applications in quantum computing; the mobile sensor provides a 'flying' qubit while the act of sensing the local field constitutes a two-qubit projective measurement. Thus, the NV centre mediates entanglement between an array of well-separated (and thus well-controlled) qubits. Our calculations establish that such a device would be remarkably robust against realistic issues such as dephasing, inaccurate timing and both positioning errors and multimodal vibrations in the sensor tip. Interestingly, the fact that this form of flying qubit is readily measurable allows one to convert certain classes of unknown errors into heralded failures, which are relatively easy to deal with using established quantum information processing techniques. We also provide calculations establishing the feasibility of performing a demonstrator experiment with a fixed sensor in the immediate future.

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  • Entanglement generation between unstable optically active qubits without photodetectors Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Paolo Solinas, Mikko Mottonen

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   84 ( 3 )   1 - 5   2011.9

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    We propose a robust deterministic scheme to generate entanglement at high fidelity without the need for photodetectors even for quantum bits (qubits) with extremely poor optically active states. Our protocol employs stimulated Raman adiabatic passage for population transfer without actually exciting the system. Furthermore, it is found to be effective even if the environmental decoherence rate is of the same order of magnitude as the atom-photon coupling frequency. Our scheme has the potential to solve entanglement generation problems, e. g., in distributed quantum computing.

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  • Magnetic field sensing beyond the standard quantum limit under the effect of decoherence Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon C. Benjamin, Joseph Fitzsimons

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   84 ( 1 )   1 - 5   2011.7

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    Entangled states can potentially be used to outperform the standard quantum limit by which every classical sensor is bounded. However, entangled states are very susceptible to decoherence, and so it is not clear whether one can really create a superior sensor to classical technology via a quantum strategy which is subject to the effect of realistic noise. This paper presents an investigation of how a quantum sensor composed of many spins is affected by independent dephasing. We adopt general noise models including non-Markovian effects, and in these noise models the performance of the sensor depends crucially on the exposure time of the sensor to the field. We have found that, by choosing an appropriate exposure time within the non-Markovian time region, an entangled sensor does actually beat the standard quantum limit. Since independent dephasing is one of the most typical sources of noise in many systems, our results suggest a practical and scalable approach to beating the standard quantum limit.

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  • Entangling unstable optically active matter qubits Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon C. Benjamin, Joseph Fitzsimons

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   83 ( 6 )   1 - 4   2011.6

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    In distributed quantum computation, small devices composed of a single or a few qubits are networked together to achieve a scalable machine. Typically, there is an optically active matter qubit at each node, so that photons are exploited to achieve remote entanglement. However, in many systems the optically active states are unstable or poorly defined. We report a scheme to perform a high-fidelity entanglement operation even given severe instability. The protocol exploits the existence of optically excited states for phase acquisition without actually exciting those states; it functions with or without cavities and does not require number-resolving detectors.

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  • Quantum Zeno effect with a superconducting qubit Reviewed

    Y. Matsuzaki, S. Saito, K. Kakuyanagi, K. Semba

    PHYSICAL REVIEW B   82 ( 18 )   1 - 4   2010.11

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    Detailed schemes are investigated for experimental verification of Quantum Zeno effect with a superconducting qubit. A superconducting qubit is affected by a dephasing noise whose spectrum is 1/f and so the decay process of a superconducting qubit shows a naturally nonexponential behavior due to an infinite correlation time of 1/f noise. Since projective measurements can easily influence the decay dynamics having such nonexponential feature, a superconducting qubit is a promising system to observe quantum Zeno effect. We have studied how a sequence of projective measurements can change the dephasing process and also we have suggested experimental ways to observe quantum Zeno effect with a superconducting qubit. It would be possible to demonstrate our prediction in the current technology.

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  • Distributed quantum computation with arbitrarily poor photon detection Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon C. Benjamin, Joseph Fitzsimons

    PHYSICAL REVIEW A   82 ( 1 )   1 - 4   2010.7

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    In a distributed quantum computer, scalability is accomplished by networking together many elementary nodes. Typically the network is optical and internode entanglement involves photon detection. In complex networks the entanglement fidelity may be degraded by the twin problems of photon loss and dark counts. Here we describe an entanglement protocol which can achieve high fidelity even when these issues are arbitrarily severe; indeed the method succeeds with finite probability even if the photon detectors are entirely removed from the network. An experimental demonstration should be possible with existing technologies.

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  • Probabilistic Growth of Large Entangled States with Low Error Accumulation Reviewed

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon C. Benjamin, Joseph Fitzsimons

    PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS   104 ( 5 )   1 - 4   2010.2

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    The creation of complex entangled states, resources that enable quantum computation, can be achieved via simple "probabilistic&apos;&apos; operations which are individually likely to fail. However, typical proposals exploiting this idea carry a severe overhead in terms of the accumulation of errors. Here, we describe a method that can rapidly generate large entangled states with an error accumulation that depends only logarithmically on the failure probability. We find that the approach may be practical for success rates in the sub-10% range. The assumptions that we make, including parallelism and high connectivity, are appropriate for real systems including those based on measurement-induced entanglement. This result therefore indicates the feasibility of such devices.

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  • Robust Quantum Sensing

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Springer, Singapore  2022.1 

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  • 量子センシングハンドブック (量子科学技術が切り拓く新たな領域)

    根来 誠, 八巻 徹也, 波多野 睦子, 寺地 徳之, 大島 武, 小野田 忍, 山﨑 雄一, 水落 憲和, 白川 昌宏, 五十嵐 龍治, 藤原 正澄, 中台(鹿毛) 枝里子, 湯川 博, 馬場 嘉信, 久保 結丸, 冨永 雄介, 武田 和行, 金田 文寛, 清水 亮介, 枝松 圭一, 三木 茂人, 山下 太郎, 髙本 将男, 香取 秀俊, 中川 賢一, 柴田 康介, 平野 琢也, 宗宮 健太郎, 齊藤 志郎, 今田 裕 金 有洙, 谷口 正輝, 井元 信之, 藤原 彰夫, 小野 貴史, 松崎 雄一郎( Role: Contributor第五章 量子センシング理論 第4節 量子もつれを用いた磁場センサの理論)

    エヌ・ティー・エス  2021.3 

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    松崎雄一郎, 川畑史郎

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  • Superconductor-Diamond Hybrid Quantum System

    Kouichi Semba, Fumiki Yoshihara, Jan E. S. Johansson, Xiaobo Zhu, Norikazu Mizuochi, William J. Munro, Shiro Saito, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Springer  2016  ( ISBN:9784431557555

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  • Variational secure cloud quantum computing

    神宮裕汰, 神宮裕汰, 竹内勇貴, 遠藤傑, 川畑史郎, 渡部昌平, 二国徹郎, 箱嶋秀昭, 箱嶋秀昭, 松崎雄一郎

    日本物理学会講演概要集(CD-ROM)   77 ( 1 )   2022

  • Analysis of the shortest vector problems with the quantum annealing to search the excited states

    浦優輝, 浦優輝, 井元隆史, 渡部昌平, 二国徹郎, 松崎雄一郎, 川畑史郎

    日本物理学会講演概要集(CD-ROM)   77 ( 1 )   2022

  • Calculation of the Partition function on NISQ devices

    松本佳大, 松本佳大, 神宮裕汰, 神宮裕汰, 遠藤傑, 川畑史郎, 渡部昌平, 二国徹郎, 松崎雄一郎, 箱嶋秀昭

    日本物理学会講演概要集(CD-ROM)   76 ( 1 )   2021

  • Calculation of the Partition function on NISQ devices

    松本佳大, 松本佳大, 神宮裕汰, 神宮裕汰, 遠藤傑, 川畑史郎, 渡部昌平, 二国徹郎, 箱嶋秀昭, 松崎雄一郎

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  • Innovative Computing with Quantum Mechanical Phenomena

    The journal of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers   103 ( 3 )   267 - 274   2020.3

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  • 量子ビット操作で超高感度磁気センサー

    松崎 雄一郎

    パリティ = Parity : 物理科学雑誌   32 ( 11 )   54 - 57   2017.11

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  • 4300個の超伝導磁束量子ビットとマイクロ波共振器の協調的な結合 (特集 量子情報処理技術における新時代の到来)

    松崎 雄一郎, 角柳 孝輔, 樋田 啓, 山口 浩司, Munro William J, 齊藤 志郎

    NTT技術ジャーナル   29 ( 5 )   24 - 27   2017.5

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  • 巨視的スケールでの実在性の破れを実証 (特集 量子情報処理技術における新時代の到来)

    角柳 孝輔, 松崎 雄一郎, 樋田 啓, 山口 浩司, 齊藤 志郎, Munro William J

    NTT技術ジャーナル   29 ( 5 )   20 - 23   2017.5

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  • AC Current Sensing using Oriention-controlled Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond

    Saijo Soya, Fujita Ryushiro, Hanano Ikuya, Kitazawa Sayaka, Watanabe Hideyuki, Akahane Kouichi, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Ishi-Hayase Junko

    JSAP Annual Meetings Extended Abstracts   2016.2   1252 - 1252   2016.9

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  • Quantum Magnetic Field Sensing beyond the Classical Limit

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro

    Butsuri   71 ( 11 )   757 - 761   2016

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    &lt;p&gt;Here, we have studied the performance of an entanglement sensor under the effect of non-Markovian dephasing that is the dominant source of decoherence in solid-state systems. We have shown that one can actually sense a magnetic field with an accuracy far beyond the classical limit in realistic conditions. Our scheme could pave the way to realize a practical entanglement sensor.&lt;/p&gt;

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  • Micrometer-Scale Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Using a Superconducting Flux Qubit

    Toida Hiraku, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Nemoto Kae, Munro William J, Yamaguchi Hiroshi, Saito Shiro

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   71 ( 0 )   476 - 476   2016

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    &lt;p&gt;超伝導磁束量子ビットと電子スピン集団とを直接貼り合わせ結合することで電子スピン共鳴分光を行った。実験結果からの見積もりにより、この手法の感度は1000スピン/{\sqrt{Hz } }以下、検出体積は0.05 pL程度との結果を得た。&lt;/p&gt;

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  • 16aPS-114 ESR spectroscopy using a SQUID magnetometer

    Toida H, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Nemoto K, W. J. Munro, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   788 - 788   2015

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  • 18aAC-9 Enhancement of the spin coherence time in NV center under electric field

    Kobayashi S, Morishita H, Matsuzaki Y, Miwa S, Suzuki Y, Mizuochi N

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   541 - 541   2015

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  • 21aAN-5 Suppression of Decoherence by Using Quantum Zeno Effect

    Kondo Y, Matsuzaki Y, Matsushima K, Filgueiras J. G

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   577 - 577   2015

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  • 18aAC-1 Towards the realization of ultrastrong coupling between superconducting flux qubits and a microwave cavity (Theory)

    Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Lambert N, Ishida N, Toida H, Munro W. J, Semba K, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   534 - 534   2015

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  • 24aAN-6 Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling with an unstable system

    Matsuzaki Y, Zhu X, Kakuyanagi K, Toida H, Shimooka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Semba K, Munro W. J, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   753 - 753   2015

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  • 16pAC-6 Spin Amplification with Inhomogeneous Broadening

    Endo S, Matsuzaki Y, Munro W.J, Saito Shiro

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   469 - 469   2015

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  • 18aAC-2 Towards the realization of ultrastrong coupling between superconducting flux qubits and a microwave cavity (Experiment)

    Kakuyanagi K, Matsuzaki Y, Toida H, Munro W. J, Semba K, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   70 ( 0 )   535 - 535   2015

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  • Superconducting Qubit-spin Ensemble Quantum Hybrid System

    SAITO Shiro, MATSUZAKI Yuichiro, MUNRO William J, SEMBA Kouichi

    The Journal of the Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers   97 ( 9 )   799 - 805   2014.9

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    マクロな回路である超伝導量子ビットは,制御性・拡張性に優れ,ミクロな系である電子スピンや核スピンは,コピーレンズ時間の長さが特徴である.近年,これらの長所を生かしたハイブリッド量子系の研究が盛んに行われている.我々は,超伝導磁束量子ビットとダイヤモンド結晶中の電子スピン集団とのハイブリッド系において強結合を実現し,磁束量子ビットに準備した任意の量子状態を,スピン集団に書き込み,保存し,そして読み出すことに成功した.この成果は,電子スピン集団を用いた長寿命量子メモリ実現への第一歩である.

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  • 9aAZ-8 Towards Realizing a Spin Echo with a Coupled System of NV Centers and Superconducting Flux Qubit

    Tanaka Saki, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Munro William J, Yamaguchi Hiroshi, Saito Shiro

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 2 )   84 - 84   2014.8

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  • 10pAZ-3 Improving the Precision of the Magnetic Field Sensor via Spin Squeezing under the Effect of Decoherence

    Tanaka T, Matsuzaki Y, Knott P. A, Dooley S, Munro W. J, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 2 )   108 - 108   2014.8

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  • 10pAZ-2 Robust magnetic field sensing with spin cat states beyond the standard quantum limit

    Matsuzaki Y, Tanaka T, Knott P. A, Dooley S, Munro W. J, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 2 )   108 - 108   2014.8

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  • 27aCC-9 The role of quantum memory in a distributed quantum computing

    Tanaka S, Matsuzaki Y, Fuji K, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Rober, Kakuyanagi K, Shimooka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 1 )   169 - 169   2014.3

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  • 27aCC-8 Distributed quantum computation with superconducting circuits and electron spin ensembles

    Matsuzaki Y, Fujii K, Tanaka S, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Robert, Kakuyanagi K, Shimooka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro W. J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 1 )   168 - 168   2014.3

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  • 27aCC-10 Toward the realization of Icing interaction between capacitively coupled superconducting flux qubits

    Satoh T, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Fujii K, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 1 )   169 - 169   2014.3

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  • 27aCC-12 Theory of microwave response of a circuit QED system in the strong dispersive regime

    Billangeon Pierre-Marie

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 1 )   2014.3

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  • 10pAZ-2 Robust magnetic field sensing with spin cat states beyond the standard quantum limit

    Matsuzaki Y, Tanaka T, Knott P. A, Dooley S, Munro W. J, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • 27aCC-10 Toward the realization of Icing interaction between capacitively coupled superconducting flux qubits

    Satoh T, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Fujii K, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • 9aAZ-8 Towards Realizing a Spin Echo with a Coupled System of NV Centers and Superconducting Flux Qubit

    Tanaka Saki, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Munro William J, Yamaguchi Hiroshi, Saito Shiro

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • 27aCC-9 The role of quantum memory in a distributed quantum computing

    Tanaka S, Matsuzaki Y, Fuji K, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Rober, Kakuyanagi K, Shimooka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • 27aCC-8 Distributed quantum computation with superconducting circuits and electron spin ensembles

    Matsuzaki Y, Fujii K, Tanaka S, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Robert, Kakuyanagi K, Shimooka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro W. J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • 10pAZ-3 Improving the Precision of the Magnetic Field Sensor via Spin Squeezing under the Effect of Decoherence

    Tanaka T, Matsuzaki Y, Knott P. A, Dooley S, Munro W. J, Yamaguchi H, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   69 ( 0 )   2014

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  • Interaction control using quantum feedback in solid-state qubits

    Satoh T, Matsuzaki Y, Fujii K, Kakuyanagi K, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   126 - 126   2013.8

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  • Spectroscopy of a hybrid system of a superconducting flux quit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond : a theoretical analysis

    Matsuzaki Y, Zhu Xiaboo, Amsuss Robert, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   2013.8

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  • Spectroscopy of a hybrid system of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond (Experimental results)

    Saito S, Zhu Xiaboo, Amsuss Robert, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   2013.8

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  • Quantum magnetic field sensor with an electron spin and a nuclear spin in diamond

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Shimo-oka Takaaki, Tanaka Hirotaka, Tokura Yasuhiro, Semba Kouichi, Mizuochi Norikazu

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   134 - 134   2013.8

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  • Visibility improvement of quantum measurement by quantum non-demolition measurement

    Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Nakano Hayato, Semba Kouichi, Saito Shiro

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 2 )   126 - 126   2013.8

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  • 27pED-9 Quantum memory operations in a superconductor-diamond hybrid system

    Saito S, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Robert, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 1 )   218 - 218   2013.3

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  • Hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond: a theoretical analysis

    Y. Matsuzaki, S. Saito, X. Zhu, R. Amsuss, K. Kakuyanagi, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba

    2013 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS PACIFIC RIM (CLEO-PR)   68 ( 1 )   2013

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    In recent years superconducting flux qubit - electron spin ensemble hybrid systems have shown significant promise to overcome many of the limitations individual quantum information processing approaches have had. Here we analyze a theoretical model to describe this system. Analytical calculations and numerical simulations based on our model show excellent agreement between the theory and experiment.

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  • 27pED-9 Quantum memory operations in a superconductor-diamond hybrid system

    Saito S, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Robert, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond: a theoretical analysis

    Y. Matsuzaki, S. Saito, X. Zhu, R. Amsuss, K. Kakuyanagi, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba

    2013 CONFERENCE ON LASERS AND ELECTRO-OPTICS PACIFIC RIM (CLEO-PR)   68 ( 0 )   2013

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    In recent years superconducting flux qubit - electron spin ensemble hybrid systems have shown significant promise to overcome many of the limitations individual quantum information processing approaches have had. Here we analyze a theoretical model to describe this system. Analytical calculations and numerical simulations based on our model show excellent agreement between the theory and experiment.

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  • Interaction control using quantum feedback in solid-state qubits

    Satoh T, Matsuzaki Y, Fujii K, Kakuyanagi K, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Visibility improvement of quantum measurement by quantum non-demolition measurement

    Kakuyanagi Kosuke, Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Nakano Hayato, Semba Kouichi, Saito Shiro

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Spectroscopy of a hybrid system of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond (Experimental results)

    Saito S, Zhu Xiaboo, Amsuss Robert, Matsuzaki Y, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Quantum magnetic field sensor with an electron spin and a nuclear spin in diamond

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Shimo-oka Takaaki, Tanaka Hirotaka, Tokura Yasuhiro, Semba Kouichi, Mizuochi Norikazu

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Spectroscopy of a hybrid system of a superconducting flux quit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond : a theoretical analysis

    Matsuzaki Y, Zhu Xiaboo, Amsuss Robert, Kakuyanagi K, Shimo-Oka T, Mizuochi N, Nemoto K, Munro William J, Semba K, Saito S

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   68 ( 0 )   2013

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  • Distributed quantum computation with arbitrarily poor photon detection

    松崎 雄一郎, Benjamin Simon C, Fitzsimons Joseph

    量子情報技術研究会資料   27   126 - 129   2012.11

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  • Magnet neld sensing beyond the standard quantum limit under the effect of decoherence

    松崎 雄一郎, Benjamin Simon C, Fitzsimons Joseph

    量子情報技術研究会資料   27   93 - 98   2012.11

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  • 20pFB-2 Quantum Zeno effect observed on superconducting qubit

    Kakuyanagi K, Baba T, Matsuzaki Y, Nakano H, Saito S, Semba K

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 2 )   641 - 641   2012.8

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  • 18aAK-12 Magnetic field sensing beyond the standard quantum limit under the effect of decoherence

    Matsuzaki Y, Benjamin Simon, Fitzsimons Joe

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 2 )   125 - 125   2012.8

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  • 18aAK-11 Quantum Zeno effect in an unstable system with NMR

    Matsuzaki Y, Tanaka H

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 2 )   124 - 124   2012.8

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  • 19pAK-14 Entangling homogeneously broadened matter qubits in the weak-coupling cavity-QED regime

    越野 和樹, 松崎 雄一郎

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 2 )   155 - 155   2012.8

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  • 19pAK-13 Entangling unstable optically active matter qubits

    Matsuzaki Y, Koshino K, Benjamin Simon, Fitzsimons Joe

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 2 )   154 - 154   2012.8

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  • 24aBE-13 Enhanced energy relaxation process of a quantum memory coupled with a superconducting qubit

    Matsuzaki Y, Nakano H

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 1 )   184 - 184   2012.3

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  • 18aAK-11 Quantum Zeno effect in an unstable system with NMR

    Matsuzaki Y, Tanaka H

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 19pAK-14 Entangling homogeneously broadened matter qubits in the weak-coupling cavity-QED regime

    越野 和樹, 松崎 雄一郎

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 24aBE-13 Enhanced energy relaxation process of a quantum memory coupled with a superconducting qubit

    Matsuzaki Y, Nakano H

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 18aAK-12 Magnetic field sensing beyond the standard quantum limit under the effect of decoherence

    Matsuzaki Y, Benjamin Simon, Fitzsimons Joe

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 19pAK-13 Entangling unstable optically active matter qubits

    Matsuzaki Y, Koshino K, Benjamin Simon, Fitzsimons Joe

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 20pFB-2 Quantum Zeno effect observed on superconducting qubit

    Kakuyanagi K, Baba T, Matsuzaki Y, Nakano H, Saito S, Semba K

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   67 ( 0 )   2012

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  • 21pED-11 Probabilistic Growth of large entangled states with Low Error Accumulation

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro, Benjamin Simon, Fitzsimons Joe

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   66 ( 2 )   136 - 136   2011.8

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  • 21pED-5 Quantum Zeno effect with a superconducting qubit

    Matsuzaki Y, Saito S, Kakuyanagi K, Semba K

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   66 ( 2 )   135 - 135   2011.8

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  • 21pED-5 Quantum Zeno effect with a superconducting qubit

    Matsuzaki Y, Saito S, Kakuyanagi K, Semba K

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   66 ( 0 )   2011

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  • 30aSK-2 Stability of multipartite entanglement against noises

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   64 ( 1 )   180 - 180   2009.3

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  • 30aSK-2 Stability of multipartite entanglement against noises

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   64 ( 0 )   2009

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  • 26aRF-2 Index of superposition of macroscopically distinct states

    Morimae T, Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   63 ( 1 )   202 - 202   2008.2

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  • 26aRF-2 Index of superposition of macroscopically distinct states

    Morimae T, Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   63 ( 0 )   2008

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  • 23pRG-9 Appearance of superoosition of macroscopically distinct states in a one-way Quantum computer

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   62 ( 2 )   189 - 189   2007.8

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  • 23pRG-9 Appearance of superoosition of macroscopically distinct states in a one-way Quantum computer

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   62 ( 0 )   2007

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  • 28aSA-4 Stability of quantum macroscopic systems with multi-points correlation

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   61 ( 1 )   151 - 151   2006.3

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  • 28aSA-4 Stability of quantum macroscopic systems with multi-points correlation

    Matsuzaki Y, Shimizu A

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan   61 ( 0 )   2006

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  • 究極の感度を持つ量子センサの実現に向けて Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    IPSJ-ONE 2024  2024.3 

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  • 中規模量子デバイスを用いた量子秘匿計算 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    若手チャレンジラボ「ミニ研究会」  2024.2 

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  • Application of quantum annealing to quantum sensing Invited

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Quantum Innovation 2023  2023.11 

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  • 先端量子センシングデバイス技術 Invited

    松崎雄一郎

    第16回研究会「先端量子デバイスの開拓と展開」  2023.10 

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  • 分岐型量子アニーリングによるスピン1粒子間の多体エンタングルメントの生成 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    量子アニーリング及び関連技術の基礎から社会実装まで(量子コンピューティング研究拠点主催)  2023.2 

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  • 量子計測の基礎と量子もつれ利用による高感度化への展開(チュートリアル) Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    応用物理学会  2022.3 

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  • 量子センサの基礎 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    センシング先端技術動向 調査報告会 (一般社団法人 電子情報技術産業協会)  2021.7 

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  • Anonymous quantum sensing Invited

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    Workshop on Quantum Metrology and connections to quantum networks and quantum cryptography  2021.5 

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  • 固体センサの基礎 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    量子計測・センシング基礎講座 第一回 量子固体センシングの基礎(量子ICTフォーラム)  2021.3 

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  • Direct estimation of the energy gap between the ground state and excited state with quantum annealing

    International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials 2020  2020.9 

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  • Direct estimation of the energy gap between the ground state and excited state with quantum annealing Invited

    Innovations in quantum information technologies  2020.9 

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  • Quantum annealing with spin lock technique Invited

    2020.2 

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  • Quantum annealing with spin lock technique Invited

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    2020.1 

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  • 量子ビットを利用した高感度磁気センシングの理論 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    理研量子技術イノベーションコアWorkshop  2019.12 

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  • 非対称な情報取得を可能にする量子遠隔センサ Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    第41回量子情報技術研究会  2019.11 

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  • Quantum remote sensing with asymmetric information gain Invited

    松崎雄一郎

    応用物理学会新領域量子情報研究グループ研究会,東京、NII  2019.10 

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  • Quantum remote sensing with asymmetric information gain Invited

    Canada-Japan Workshop on Hybrid Quantum Systems  2019.6 

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  • Robust Quantum Metrology under the Effect of Dephasing Invited

    International Workshop on Quantum Information, Quantum Computing and Quantum Control  2018.11 

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  • Observation of collective coupling between 4300 superconducting flux qubits and a superconducting resonator Invited International conference

    matsuzaki yuichiro

    Future directions of quantum matter and quantum information research  2018.5 

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  • Magnetic-field sensing with quantum error detection under the effect of energy relaxation Invited International conference

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki

    International Workshop on Quantum Information, Quantum Computing and Quantum Control  2017.12 

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  • Magnetic-field sensing with quantum error detection under the effect of energy relaxation

    Y. Matsuzaki, S. Benjamin

    International Symposium on Hybrid Quantum Systems  2017.9 

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  • Quantum metrology with quantum error detection

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Simon Benjamin

    17th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference  2017.9 

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  • エネルギー緩和下における量子誤り検知を用いた磁場センサ

    松崎雄一郎, Simon Benjamin

    日本物理学会  2017.9 

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  • Observation of Collective Coupling between an Engineered Ensemble of Macroscopic Artificial Atoms and a Superconducting Resonator

    Y. Matsuzaki, K. Kakuyanagi, C. Deprez, H. Toida, K. Semba, H. Yamaguchi, W. J. Munro, S. Saito

    Interdisciplinary Workshop on Quantum Device 2017  2017.3 

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  • 未知の共鳴周波数を持った量子ビット集団に対するエネルギー射影測定

    松崎雄一郎, 仲山将順, 添田彬仁, 村尾美緒, 斎藤志郎

    日本物理学会  2017.3 

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  • Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling with an unstable system

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, T. Shimo-Oka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, H. Yamaguchi, S. Saito

    International Symposium on Nanoscale Transport and Technology 2015  2015.11 

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  • Hybrid quantum metrology Invited International conference

    matsuzaki yuichiro

    IWQD Camp for Young Researchers  2015.10 

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  • Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling with an unstable system

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, H. Yamaguchi, S. Saito

    International Conference on Quantum Cryptography  2015.9 

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  • 超伝導磁束量子ビットとマイクロ波キャビティを用いた超強結合の実現にむけて (理論)

    松崎雄一郎, 角柳孝輔, 石田夏子, 樋田啓, 仙場浩一, 山口浩司, 齊藤志郎

    日本物理学会  2015.9 

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  • Quantum sensing basics Invited International conference

    matsuzaki yuichiro

    Diamond Quantum Sensing Workshop 2015  2015.8 

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  • Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling with an unstable system

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, H. Yamaguchi, S. Saito

    American Physical Society March meeting  2015.3 

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  • 不安定系との結合による量子ビットのコヒーレンス時間の改善

    松崎雄一郎, 角柳孝輔, 樋田啓, 下岡孝明, 水落憲和, 根本香絵, 仙場浩一, 山口浩司, 齊藤志郎

    日本物理学会  2015.3 

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  • デコヒーレンス下で標準量子限界を超える量子計測の実装法 Invited

    松崎 雄一郎

    応用物理学会、第七十五回応用物理学会秋季学術講演会  2014.9 

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  • Improving the coherence time of a quantum system via a coupling to a short-lived system

    Y. Matsuzaki, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, X. Zhu, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba, H. Yamaguchi, S. Saito

    14th Asian Quantum Information Science Conference  2014.8 

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  • Vacuum Rabi Oscillation Between a Superconducting Flux Qubit and NV Centers in Diamond: a theoretical analysis

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, K. Kakuyanagi, H. Toida, T. Shimooka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, K. Semba, W. J. Munro, H. Yamaguchi, S. Saito

    Control of Complex Quantum Systems  2014.4 

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  • Observation of dark states in a superconductor diamond quantum hybrid system Invited International conference

    matsuzaki yuichiro

    Interdisciplinary Workshop on Quantum Device 2014  2014.3 

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  • Spin cat 状態を用いた標準量子限界を超えるロバストな磁場計測

    松崎雄一郎, 藤井啓祐, 田中咲, 角柳孝輔, 下岡孝明, 水落憲和, 根本香絵, 仙場浩一, 齊藤志郎

    日本物理学会  2014.3 

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  • Spectroscopy of a hybrid system of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond: a theoretical analysis

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, R. Amsuss, K. Kakuyanagi, T. Shimo-Oka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba, S. Saito

    International Symposium on Nanoscale Transport and Technology  2013.11 

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  • A collective dark state in a superconducting flux qubit diamond spin ensemble hybrid system

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, R. Amsuss, K. Kakuyanagi, T. Shimo-Oka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba, S. Saito

    2013 JSAP-MRS Joint Symposia  2013.9 

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  • ダイヤモンド中の単一 NV 中心における電子スピン及び核スピンを用いた磁場検出器

    松崎雄一郎, 下岡孝明, 田中弘隆, 都倉康弘, 仙場浩一, 水落憲和

    日本物理学会  2013.9 

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  • Hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond: A theoretical analysis

    Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Shiro Saito, Xiaobo Zhu, Robert Amsuss, Kosuke Kakuyanagi, Shimooka Takaaki, Norikazu Mizuochi, Kae Nemoto, William J. Munro, Kouichi Semba

    Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim, WG1-2, IEEE  2013.6 

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  • Hybrid system composed of a superconducting flux qubit and an electron spin ensemble in diamond

    Y. Matsuzaki, X. Zhu, R. Amsuss, K. Kakuyanagi, T. Shimo-Oka, N. Mizuochi, K. Nemoto, W. J. Munro, K. Semba, S. Saito

    US-Japan Joint Seminar on Quantum Electronics and Laser Spectroscopy  2013.4 

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  • 超伝導磁束量子ビットとダイヤモンド中の電子スピン集団とが結合したハイブリッド系の理論解析

    松崎雄一郎, 齋藤 志郎, Zhu Xiaobo, Amsuss Robert, 下岡 孝明, 水落 憲和, 根本 香絵, W. J. Munro, 仙場 浩一

    日本物理学会  2013.3 

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  • デコヒーレンス下で標準量子限界を超える磁場センサー

    松崎雄一郎, S Benjamin, J Fitzsimons

    量子情報技術研究会  2012.11 

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  • 光子検出器の精度に依存しない 分散型量子計算機

    松崎雄一郎, S Benjamin, J Fitzsimons

    量子情報技術研究会  2012.11 

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  • NMR を用いた不安定系に対する量子ゼノン効果

    松崎雄一郎, 田中弘隆

    日本物理学会  2012.9 

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  • 不安定な固体量子ビット間のエンタングルメント生成

    松崎雄一郎, 越野和樹, S. Benjamin, J. Fitzsimons

    日本物理学会  2012.9 

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  • デコヒーレンス下で標準量子限界を超える磁場センサー

    松崎雄一郎, S Benjamin, J Fitzsimons

    日本物理学会  2012.9 

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  • 量子メモリーと超伝導量子ビットの結合系における増幅されたエネルギー緩和過程

    松崎雄一郎, 中ノ勇人

    日本物理学会  2012.3 

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  • Probabilistic Growth of large entangled states with Low Error Accumulation

    松崎雄一郎, S Benjamin, J Fitzsimons

    日本物理学会  2011.9 

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  • 超伝導量子ビットを用いた量子ゼノン効果

    松崎雄一郎, 齊藤志郎, 角柳孝輔, 仙場浩一

    日本物理学会  2011.9 

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  • 多体エンタングルメントのノイズに対する安定性

    松崎雄一郎, 清水明

    日本物理学会  2009.9 

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  • 一方向量子計算機におけるマクロに 異なる状態の重ね合わせの出現

    松崎雄一郎, 清水明

    日本物理学会  2007.9 

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  • 多地点相関をもつ マクロ量子系の安定性

    松崎雄一郎, 清水明

    日本物理学会  2006.3 

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Awards

  • 所長表彰 業績賞

    2021.3   NTT物性科学基礎研究所   超伝導量子ビットを用いた極限量子センシングの研究

    樋田 啓、Leonid Abdurakhimov、松崎 雄一郎、角柳 孝輔、 Imran Mahboob、酒井 洸児、手島 哲彦、齊藤 志郎

  • 先端総研所長表彰 研究開発賞

    2017.12   NTT   量子力学の原理を実証する超伝導回路の研究

    角柳孝輔, 松崎雄一郎, 樋田 啓, W. J. Munro, 齊藤志郎

  • 所長表彰 業績賞

    2017.3   物性科学基礎研究所   "超伝導回路を用いた量子力学における原理実証実験の推進"

    角柳孝輔, G. C. Knee, 松崎雄一郎, 樋田 啓, W. J. Munro, 齊藤志郎

  • 日本物理学会若手奨励賞

    2017.3   日本物理学会   Robust Magnetic Field Sensing Beyond the Standard Quantum Limit

    松崎 雄一郎

  • 物性科学基礎研究所 所長表彰 奨励賞

    2016.3   NTT物性科学基礎研究所   "超伝導ハイブリッド量子系に関する理論研究の推進"

    松崎 雄一郎

Research Projects

  • 生命現象解明のための高感度量子センシング顕微鏡開発研究

    Grant number:JPMJCR23I5  2023.10 - 2029.3

    科学技術振興機構(JST)  CREST 

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  • ゲートとアニーリングの複合方式による中規模量子コンピュータ向けアルゴリズムの開発

    Grant number:23H04390  2023.4 - 2025.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  学術変革領域研究(A)(公募研究)  中央大学

    松崎 雄一郎

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    Grant amount: \5200000 ( Direct Cost: \4000000 、 Indirect Cost: \1200000 )

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  • Universal quantum media conversion in diamond quantum storage

    Grant number:20H05661  2020.8 - 2025.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S)  Yokohama National University

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    Grant amount: \196040000 ( Direct Cost: \150800000 、 Indirect Cost: \45240000 )

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  • スケーラブルで強靭な統合的量子通信システム

    2022 - 2025

    科学技術振興機構  戦略的な研究開発の推進 ムーンショット型研究開発事業  慶應義塾大学

    永山 翔太

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    本プロジェクトでは、分散型大規模量子コンピュータの主要技術である汎用量子通信ネットワークのテストベッドを構築し、実運用を見据えた通信アーキテクチャやプロトコル等の原理・技術実証にハードウェア・ソフトウェアを統合して取り組みます。本プロジェクトの成果は分散型大規模量子コンピュータのみならず量子インターネットにも繋がり、両者を両輪とする、量子情報を自在に生成・流通・分散処理する世界の実現に貢献します。

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  • 完全秘匿性を実現する量子 IoT アーキテクチャの構築

    2019.10 - 2023.3

    科学技術振興機構(JST)  さきがけ 

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    Grant amount: \33000000

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  • 革新的量子情報処理システムの創出

    2018.4 - 2020.3

    文部科学省  卓越研究員事業 

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    Grant amount: \22000000

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  • ハイブリッド量子科学の理論的研究

    Grant number:15H05870  2015.6 - 2020.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)  新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)  国立情報学研究所

    根本 香絵, 江藤 幹雄, 松崎 雄一郎, 森 伸也

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    Grant amount: \144040000 ( Direct Cost: \110800000 、 Indirect Cost: \33240000 )

    ハイブリッド量子科学の基礎創成に向けて、理論の枠組みの構築と、ハイブリッド量子現象と応用の理論提案に取り組んだ。まず、ユニバーサルな量子共同現象の理論的枠組みの確立と、異なるハイブリッド系で示す多様な現象を明らかにした。また、ハイブリッド量子系の概念を拡張し、現象やプロトコルなどのハイブリッド化により新しい物理現象や応用の可能性を示した。量子計測では、量子センサを有するサーバーと、量子センサは持たないが高感度計測を行いたい顧客の二者がいる状況を考えて、顧客が情報漏洩の心配なくサーバーの量子センサにより情報を得るプロトコルを提案した。さらに一方向性の量子状態転送に着目し、初期状態を用意した後に状態が初期サイトから目標サイトまで自動的に転送されるプロトコルを提案した。
    電子・フォトンのハイブリッド量子系では、量子ドットにTHz光を照射したときの光電流を考察した。まず単一量子ドットにおける光電流の表式を理論的に導き、平川グループ(フォノン班)の実験結果を説明した。次に、複数の量子ドットの並列系における光電流を定式化し、量子ドット間のエンタングルメント生成による光電流の増大機構を提案した。他に、カーボンナノチューブにおけるトポロジカル物性の研究成果を論文にまとめ、また電子・フォノンのハイブリッド系としての性質として、フランク・コンドン効果の輸送特性への影響を調べた。
    非平衡グリーン関数法に基づくフォノン輸送シミュレータを用いて、グラフェンナノリボンの熱コンダクタンスを計算した。線形分散を示す面内モードと2次の分散を示す面外モード・フォノンによる熱コンダクタンスのナノリボン長依存性を調べた。その結果、面内モードの熱コンダクタンスは、リボン長の平方根に反比例する異常拡散性を示すのに対して、面外モードでは、通常の拡散に近いリボン長依存性を示すことを見いだした。

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  • Hybrid quantum metrology

    Grant number:15K17732  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)  NTT Basic Research Laboratories

    Matsuzaki Yuichiro

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    Grant amount: \4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost: \960000 )

    We have investigated how hybrid quantum systems can enhance the sensitivity of the quantum sensors. We have studied the role of quantum entanglement to beat the standard quantum limit that every classical sensors are bounded by. Especially, we have discussed the use of superconducting circuits, electron spin, and nuclear spins to improve the sensitivity of the hybrid sensors. We have collaborated with experimentalists, and discuss how our theoretical ideas can be demonstrated in the current technology. Moreover, some of our ideas have been tested by the actual experiments. Our results contributes not only the realization of the sensors but also a milestone for the more advanced quantum applications such as quantum computation, quantum repeater, and quantum simulation. Therefore, we believe that our results are significantly important in this quantum information society.

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Academic Activities

  • International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials Committees

    Role(s): Planning, management, etc.

    International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials Committees  2021.4 - Now

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  • 量子計測・センシング技術推進委員会幹事

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    量子ICTフォーラム  2019.11 - Now

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  • 量子ソフトウェア研究会

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    情報処理学会  2019.10 - Now

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