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K. A. Landsman, Figgatt, C., Schuster, T., Linke, N. M., Yoshida, B., Yao, N. Y., and Monroe, C., Verified Quantum Information Scrambling, 2018.
Z. Davoudi, Hafezi, M., Monroe, C., Pagano, G., Seif, A., and Shaw, A., Towards analog quantum simulations of lattice gauge theories with trapped ions, 2019.
P. Hong Leung, Landsman, K. A., Figgatt, C., Linke, N. M., Monroe, C., and Brown, K. R., Robust two-qubit gates in a linear ion crystal using a frequency-modulated driving force, Physical Review Letters, vol. 120, no. 2, p. 020501, 2018.
S. Korenblit, Kafri, D., Campbell, W. C., Islam, R., Edwards, E. E., Gong, Z. - X., Lin, G. - D., Duan, L., Kim, J., Kim, K., and Monroe, C., Quantum Simulation of Spin Models on an Arbitrary Lattice with Trapped Ions , New Journal of Physics, vol. 14, no. 9, p. 095024, 2012.
S. Santra, Muralidharan, S., Lichtman, M., Jiang, L., Monroe, C., and Malinovsky, V. S., Quantum repeaters based on two species trapped ions, New J. Phys. , vol. 21, no. 073002, 2019.
T. D. Ladd, Jelezko, F., Laflamme, R., Nakamura, Y., Monroe, C., and O'Brien, J. L., Quantum Computing, Nature, vol. 464, no. 7285, pp. 45 - 53, 2010.
P. Richerme, Senko, C., Korenblit, S., Smith, J., Lee, A., Islam, R., Campbell, W. C., and Monroe, C., Quantum Catalysis of Magnetic Phase Transitions in a Quantum Simulator, Physical Review Letters, vol. 111, no. 10, 2013.
E. Waks and Monroe, C., Protocol for Hybrid Entanglement Between a Trapped Atom and a Semiconductor Quantum Dot , Physical Review A, vol. 80, no. 6, 2009.
P. Richerme, Gong, Z. - X., Lee, A., Senko, C., Smith, J., Foss-Feig, M., Michalakis, S., Gorshkov, A. V., and Monroe, C., Non-local propagation of correlations in long-range interacting quantum systems , Nature, vol. 511, no. 7508, pp. 198 - 201, 2014.
J. Smith, Lee, A., Richerme, P., Neyenhuis, B., Hess, P. W., Hauke, P., Heyl, M., Huse, D. A., and Monroe, C., Many-body localization in a quantum simulator with programmable random disorder, Nature Physics, 2016.
Z. - X. Gong, Maghrebi, M. F., Hu, A., Foss-Feig, M., Richerme, P., Monroe, C., and Gorshkov, A. V., Kaleidoscope of quantum phases in a long-range interacting spin-1 chain, Physical Review B, vol. 93, no. 20, p. 205115, 2016.
C. Crocker, Lichtman, M., Sosnova, K., Carter, A., Scarano, S., and Monroe, C., High Purity Single Photons Entangled with an Atomic Memory, 2018.
K. Qian, Eldredge, Z., Ge, W., Pagano, G., Monroe, C., Porto, J. V., and Gorshkov, A. V., Heisenberg-Scaling Measurement Protocol for Analytic Functions with Quantum Sensor Networks, 2019.
Y. Nam, Chen, J. - S., Pisenti, N. C., Wright, K., Delaney, C., Maslov, D., Brown, K. R., Allen, S., Amini, J. M., Apisdorf, J., Beck, K. M., Blinov, A., Chaplin, V., Chmielewski, M., Collins, C., Debnath, S., Ducore, A. M., Hudek, K. M., Keesan, M., Kreikemeier, S. M., Mizrahi, J., Solomon, P., Williams, M., Wong-Campos, J. David, Monroe, C., and Kim, J., Ground-state energy estimation of the water molecule on a trapped ion quantum computer, 2019.
P. Richerme, Senko, C., Smith, J., Lee, A., Korenblit, S., and Monroe, C., Experimental Performance of a Quantum Simulator: Optimizing Adiabatic Evolution and Identifying Many-Body Ground States , Physical Review A, vol. 88, no. 1, 2013.
D. V. Else, Monroe, C., Nayak, C., and Yao, N. Y., Discrete Time Crystals, 2019.
N. Solmeyer, Linke, N. M., Figgatt, C., Landsman, K. A., Balu, R., Siopsis, G., and Monroe, C., Demonstration of Bayesian quantum game on an ion trap quantum computer, 2018.
F. Liu, Lundgren, R., Titum, P., Pagano, G., Zhang, J., Monroe, C., and Gorshkov, A. V., Confined Dynamics in Long-Range Interacting Quantum Spin Chains, Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 122 , no. 150601, 2019.
C. Figgatt, Maslov, D., Landsman, K. A., Linke, N. M., Debnath, S., and Monroe, C., Complete 3-Qubit Grover Search on a Programmable Quantum Computer, Nature Communications, accepted, 2017.
K. R. Brown, Kim, J., and Monroe, C., Co-Designing a Scalable Quantum Computer with Trapped Atomic Ions, 2016.