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QSCOUT Progress Report, June 2022 [Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed]

Clark, Susan M.; Norris, Haley R.; Landahl, Andrew J.; Yale, Christopher G.; Lobser, Daniel L.; Van Der Wall, Jay W.; Revelle, Melissa R.

Quantum information processing has reached an inflection point, transitioning from proof-of-principle scientific experiments to small, noisy quantum processors. To accelerate this process and eventually move to fault-tolerant quantum computing, it is necessary to provide the scientific community with access to whitebox testbed systems. The Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed (QSCOUT) provides scientists unique access to an innovative system to help advance quantum computing science.

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Micro-fabricated ion traps for Quantum Information Processing; Highlights and lessons learned

Maunz, Peter L.; Blume-Kohout, Robin J.; Blain, Matthew G.; Benito, Francisco B.; Berry, Christopher W.; Clark, Craig R.; Clark, Susan M.; Colombo, Anthony P.; Dagel, Amber L.; Fortier, Kevin M.; Haltli, Raymond A.; Heller, Edwin J.; Lobser, Daniel L.; Mizrahi, Jonathan M.; Nielsen, Erik N.; Resnick, Paul J.; Rembetski, John F.; Rudinger, Kenneth M.; Scrymgeour, David S.; Sterk, Jonathan D.; Tabakov, Boyan T.; Tigges, Chris P.; Van Der Wall, Jay W.; Stick, Daniel L.

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