Dolev Bluvstein
Dolev Bluvstein
Graduate Student, Harvard University
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Quantum phases of matter on a 256-atom programmable quantum simulator
S Ebadi, TT Wang, H Levine, A Keesling, G Semeghini, A Omran, ...
Nature 595 (7866), 227-232, 2021
Probing topological spin liquids on a programmable quantum simulator
G Semeghini, H Levine, A Keesling, S Ebadi, TT Wang, D Bluvstein, ...
Science 374 (6572), 1242-1247, 2021
A quantum processor based on coherent transport of entangled atom arrays
D Bluvstein, H Levine, G Semeghini, TT Wang, S Ebadi, M Kalinowski, ...
Nature 604 (7906), 451-456, 2022
Controlling quantum many-body dynamics in driven Rydberg atom arrays
D Bluvstein, A Omran, H Levine, A Keesling, G Semeghini, S Ebadi, ...
Science 371 (6536), 1355-1359, 2021
Quantum optimization of maximum independent set using Rydberg atom arrays
S Ebadi, A Keesling, M Cain, TT Wang, H Levine, D Bluvstein, ...
Science 376 (6598), 1209-1215, 2022
Identifying and mitigating charge instabilities in shallow diamond nitrogen-vacancy centers
D Bluvstein, Z Zhang, ACB Jayich
Physical review letters 122 (7), 076101, 2019
Nanoscale electrical conductivity imaging using a nitrogen-vacancy center in diamond
A Ariyaratne, D Bluvstein, BA Myers, ACB Jayich
Nature communications 9 (1), 2406, 2018
Hardware-efficient, fault-tolerant quantum computation with rydberg atoms
I Cong, H Levine, A Keesling, D Bluvstein, ST Wang, MD Lukin
Physical Review X 12 (2), 021049, 2022
High-fidelity parallel entangling gates on a neutral atom quantum computer
SJ Evered, D Bluvstein, M Kalinowski, S Ebadi, T Manovitz, H Zhou, SH Li, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.05420, 2023
Logical quantum processor based on reconfigurable atom arrays
D Bluvstein, SJ Evered, AA Geim, SH Li, H Zhou, T Manovitz, S Ebadi, ...
Nature, 1-3, 2023
Discrete time-crystalline order enabled by quantum many-body scars: entanglement steering via periodic driving
N Maskara, AA Michailidis, WW Ho, D Bluvstein, S Choi, MD Lukin, ...
Physical Review Letters 127 (9), 090602, 2021
Extending the quantum coherence of a near-surface qubit by coherently driving the paramagnetic surface environment
D Bluvstein, Z Zhang, CA McLellan, NR Williams, ACB Jayich
Physical review letters 123 (14), 146804, 2019
Probing many-body dynamics in a two-dimensional dipolar spin ensemble
EJ Davis, B Ye, F Machado, SA Meynell, W Wu, T Mittiga, W Schenken, ...
Nature Physics, 1-9, 2023
Probing spin dynamics on diamond surfaces using a single quantum sensor
BL Dwyer, LVH Rodgers, EK Urbach, D Bluvstein, S Sangtawesin, H Zhou, ...
PRX Quantum 3 (4), 040328, 2022
Dispersive optical systems for scalable Raman driving of hyperfine qubits
H Levine, D Bluvstein, A Keesling, TT Wang, S Ebadi, G Semeghini, ...
Physical Review A 105 (3), 032618, 2022
Protecting qubit coherence by spectrally engineered driving of the spin environment
M Joos, D Bluvstein, Y Lyu, D Weld, A Bleszynski Jayich
npj Quantum Information 8 (1), 47, 2022
Fermionic quantum processing with programmable neutral atom arrays
D González-Cuadra, D Bluvstein, M Kalinowski, R Kaubruegger, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2303.06985, 2023
Constant-overhead fault-tolerant quantum computation with reconfigurable atom arrays
Q Xu, J Ataides, CA Pattison, N Raveendran, D Bluvstein, J Wurtz, B Vasic, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2308.08648, 2023
Evolution of Flux Noise in Superconducting Qubits with Weak Magnetic Fields
DA Rower, L Ateshian, LH Li, M Hays, D Bluvstein, L Ding, B Kannan, ...
Physical Review Letters 130 (22), 220602, 2023
Qubit Mapping for Reconfigurable Atom Arrays
B Tan, D Bluvstein, MD Lukin, J Cong
Proceedings of the 41st IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided …, 2022
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