This workspace permits you to create drop-in replacements for single-qubit control operations which are robust to decoherence and control errors.  Here you can analyze the performance of non-trivial single qubit operations (driven rotations), as well as error-robust memory (dynamic decoupling) in the presence of time-dependent noise.  

We abstract away the physical system and rely on the simplified representation of an ideal single-qubit; control operations are visualized as rotations of the Bloch vector on the Bloch sphere.  Here, for instance, is a 90 degree rotation about the x-axis shown in the Bloch sphere framework

This approach works very well for individual superconducting qubits, trapped-ions, semiconductor spin qubits, nitrogen vacancies, and the like (For more complex level structures consider the Qudit workspace).  

Full technical documentation is just a click away in our detailed glossary, or you can explore our Getting Started guide.

Key features in this workspace include the ability to:

Control and noise assumptions at a glance:

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