Quantum Computing With Addressable Optical Lattices: Error Characterization, Correction & Optimization - Travis Beals

Addressable optical lattices are those in which the site-to-site spacing is sufficiently large (~ 5 um) to allow focusing of lasers onto individual lattice sites, and thus site-specific gate operations. We present a proposal for quantum computing with neutral atoms in such a lattice. We discuss sources of errors, methods of correcting or avoiding those errors, and techniques for optimizing gates.