Superconducting Qubits, Resonators and Beyond
Superconducting devices, containing Josephson junctions and resonant structures, are at the forefront of quantum information science today. These devices, built with various nanofabrication techniques and resulting in tunable and highly nonlinear resonances, uncover also exciting physics of the superconducting state and surrounding dielectric and magnetic environment. I will review some of the recent progress in the field and present some of our results on both quantum optical control and subsequent metrology of two-level defect states and magnetic flux noise in the environment.
תאריך עדכון אחרון : 26/05/2015