van Woerkom, David J.
Ungerer, Jann H.
Koski, Jonne V.
Landig, Andreas J.
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The realization of a coherent interface between distant charge or spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots is an open challenge for quantum information processing. Here, we demonstrate both resonant (real) and nonresonant (virtual) photon-mediated coherent interactions between double quantum-dot charge qubits separated by several tens of micrometers. We present clear spectroscopic evidence of the resonant collective enhancement of the coupling of two qubits and the resonator. With both qubits in resonance with each other but detuned from the resonator, we observe exchange coupling between the qubits mediated by virtual photons. In both instances, pronounced bright and dark states governed by the symmetry of the qubit-field interaction are found. Our observations are in excellent quantitative agreement with master-equation simulations. The extracted two-qubit coupling strengths significantly exceed the linewidths of the combined resonator-qubit system, which indicates that this approach is viable for creating photon-mediated two-qubit gates in quantum-dot-based systems Show more
Journal / seriesPhysical Review X
Pages / Article No.
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
SubjectQuantum Physics; Quantum Information; Semiconductor Physics
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