Topical White Paper: A Case for Quantum Memories in Space

Mustafa Gündoğan, Thomas Jennewein, Faezeh Kimiaee Asadi, Elisa Da Ros, Erhan Sağlamyürek, Daniel Oblak, Tobias Vogl, Daniel Rieländer, Jasminder Sidhu, Samuele Grandi, Luca Mazzarella, Julius Wallnöfer, Patrick Ledingham, Lindsay LeBlanc, Margherita Mazzera, Makan Mohageg, Janik Wolters, Alexander Ling, Mete Atatüre, Hugues de RiedmattenDaniel Oi, Christoph Simon, Markus Krutzik

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Abstract

It has recently been theoretically shown that Quantum Memories (QM) could enable truly global quantum networking when deployed in space thereby surpassing the limited range of land-based quantum repeaters. Furthermore, QM in space could enable novel protocols and long-range entanglement and teleportation applications suitable for Deep-Space links and extended scenarios for fundamental physics tests. In this white paper we will make the case for the importance of deploying QMs to space, and also discuss the major technical milestones and development stages that will need to be considered.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 18 Nov 2021

Keywords

  • quant-ph

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