RF Control and Measurement of Superconducting Qubits
Final rept. 15 Sep 2009-14 Sep 2014
YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CT
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This is the final report for the AROLPS project at Yale University, on the RF control and measurements of superconducting qubits. During this project, we performed the proposed research work, which was revolving around four major axes I. The improvement of qubit coherence by investigating the nature of the various sources of decoherence, II. The improvement of readout fidelity by establishing the parameters influencing the efficiency and speed, III. The novel manipulation and entanglement of multiple qubits by developing gate hardware, protocols and room temperature electronics extendable to systems comprising more than two qubits, and IV. The development of a scalable architecture combining superconducting linear resonators and superconducting qubit. The overall goal of the project was to assess the potential of superconducting qubits for the construction of a quantum computer based on superconducting Josephson circuits.
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- Quantum Theory and Relativity