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Electron-nuclear spin systems based on optically active defects in diamond provide a promising platform for distributed quantum simulations and computation. In this approach, optically active defect spins are used to form multi-qubit processors that can be linked together in a network through photonic links. Quantum error correction and computations are then distributed over the network.
In this talk I will introduce such spin-based distributed quantum computations and present our recent progress. In particular, we have recently shown that it is possible to control large numbers of nuclear spins around a single NV center , and to use these qubits for quantum simulations of many-body physics  and for encoding fault-tolerant logical qubits [3,4].
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