Quantum supremacy and quantum phase transitions
S. Thanasilp, J. Tangpanitanon, M. A. Lemonde, N. Dangniam, D. G. Angelakis
Demonstrating the ability of existing quantum platforms to perform certain computational tasks intractable to classical computers represents a cornerstone in quantum computing. Despite the growing number of such proposed “quantum supreme” tasks, it remains an important challenge to identify their direct applications. In this work, we describe how the approach proposed in Ref. [arXiv:2002.11946] for demonstrating quantum supremacy in generic driven analog many-body systems, such as those found in cold atom and ion setups, can be extended to explore dynamical quantum phase transitions.