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Quantum Simulators: Architectures and Opportunities,” E. Altman, et al., PRX Quantum 2, 017003 (2021).


Remote quantum computing is the future,” C. Monroe, Nature 583, 10 (2020).


The U.S. National Quantum Initiative: From Act to Action,” C. Monroe, M. G. Raymer, and J. Taylor,” Science 364, 440 (2019).

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Quantum Computing with Ions,” C. Monroe and D. Wineland, Scientific American (August, 2008), pp. 64-71.

Remapping the Quantum Frontier,” C. Monroe and M. Lukin, Physics World (August, 2008), pp. 32-39.


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Shadows and Mirrors: Reconstructing the Quantum State of Atom Motion,” D. Leibfried, T. Pfau, and C. Monroe, Physics Today 51, 22 (April, 1998).


Future of Quantum Computing Proves to be Debatable,” C. Monroe and D. Wineland, Physics Today, 107 (November 1996).