Research Foundation of CUNY New York United States
Our proposal was motivated by recent superconducting qubit experiments that have demonstrated single and two-qubit gate operations with fidelities exceeding 99, placing fault tolerant quantum computation schemes within reach. On the other hand, semiconductor based devices have their own merits fast manipulation, low-power consumption and a more direct path toward scalability. In our proposal we attempt to make hybrid superconductor on silicon devices that could have advantages of both systems cite Tahan. The obvious challenge is in interfacing two dissimilar materials, e.g. aluminum and silicon, with different material and electronic properties.