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Application notes

See how we have applied Boulder Opal to solve major challenges in the field

Superconducting quantum computing

Designing noise-robust single-qubit gates for IBM Qiskit

Increasing robustness against dephasing and control noise using Boulder Opal pulses

Designing noise-robust single-qubit gates for Rigetti Quil-T

Increasing robustness against control noise using Boulder Opal pulses

Model-based robust optimization for the cross-resonance gate

Increasing robustness against crosstalk in a two-qubit entangling operation

Demonstrating SU(3) gates on superconducting hardware

Hamiltonian-agnostic rapid tune-up of an arbitrary unitary on a qutrit

Designing fast optimal SNAP gates in superconducting resonators

Engineering fast, leakage-free gates in superconducting cavity-qubit systems

Optimal Fock state generation in superconducting resonators

Engineering fast cavity state generation in superconducting cavity-qubit systems

Error-robust digital SFQ controls for superconducting qubits

Generating single flux quantum gates robust to leakage and frequency drift

Performing noise spectroscopy in superconducting hardware

Reconstructing noise power spectrum density in transmon qubits using dynamical decoupling sequences

Atomic quantum computing

Robust, configurable, parallel gates for large trapped-ion arrays

Obtaining control solutions for parallel and specifiable multi-qubit gates using Boulder Opal pulses

Robust trapped ion gates with parametric trap drive amplification

Obtaining control solutions for two-qubit gates with modulation of the confining potential

Generating highly-entangled states in large Rydberg-atom arrays

Generating high-fidelity GHZ states using Boulder Opal pulses

Robust CZ gates for cold atoms using Rydberg blockade

Using Boulder Opal to improve 2-qubit controlled-Z gates for cold atoms

Quantum sensing

Narrow-band magnetic-field spectroscopy with NV centers

Using Boulder Opal spectrum reconstruction tools to perform provably optimal leakage-free sensing with spectrally concentrated Slepian pulses

Boosting signal-to-noise by 10X in cold-atom sensors

Using Boulder Opal robust Raman pulses to boost fringe contrast in tight-SWAP cold atom interferometers by an order of magnitude