Spin resolved edge states are ideal candidates for the implementation of dual-rail quantum computation architectures by encoding the qubit in the spin degree of freedom of the co-propagating edge states. An important element for the realization of such architectures is a coherent beam splitter that controllably mixes the two co-propagating spin-resolved edge channels. Coupling of the spin resolved edge states is demonstrated recently by spin-flip scattering event that is induced by in-plane spatially-dependent periodic magnetic field of the nano-magnet array placed at the boundary of the mesa. In this paper we discuss the nanofabrication and our preliminary transport analysis of an electronic interferometer device made of two nano-magnetic arrays placed in close proximity. The impact of temperature in the coherent properties of the devices is addressed.

Spin resolved edge states are ideal candidates for the implementation of dual-rail quantum computation architectures by encoding the qubit in the spin degree of freedom of the co-propagating edge states. An important element for the realization of such architectures is a coherent beam splitter that controllably mixes the two co-propagating spin-resolved edge channels. Coupling of the spin resolved edge states is demonstrated recently by spin-flip scattering event that is induced by in-plane spatially-dependent periodic magnetic field of the nano-magnet array placed at the boundary of the mesa. In this paper we discuss the nanofabrication and our preliminary transport analysis of an electronic interferometer device made of two nano-magnetic arrays placed in close proximity. The impact of temperature in the coherent properties of the devices is addressed.

Towards an Electronic Interferometer based on Spin-Resolved Quantum Hall Edge States

GIOVANNETTI, VITTORIO;FAZIO, ROSARIO;BELTRAM, Fabio
2013

Abstract

Spin resolved edge states are ideal candidates for the implementation of dual-rail quantum computation architectures by encoding the qubit in the spin degree of freedom of the co-propagating edge states. An important element for the realization of such architectures is a coherent beam splitter that controllably mixes the two co-propagating spin-resolved edge channels. Coupling of the spin resolved edge states is demonstrated recently by spin-flip scattering event that is induced by in-plane spatially-dependent periodic magnetic field of the nano-magnet array placed at the boundary of the mesa. In this paper we discuss the nanofabrication and our preliminary transport analysis of an electronic interferometer device made of two nano-magnetic arrays placed in close proximity. The impact of temperature in the coherent properties of the devices is addressed.
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