Quantum computing with superconducting resonators
In this talk, we will explore one of the leading technologies for quantum computing: superconducting circuits. This is the technology used by Google, IBM and many others to build their quantum computers. We will review the underlying principles and the current status of this technology. We will then discuss our approach of encoding quantum information in superconducting resonators instead of in two-level systems. Resonator qubits hold promise to achieve coherence times far beyond the current state of the art, and offer new ways to error-correct the quantum information. We will present preliminary data of our progress towards this goal.
תאריך עדכון אחרון : 12/12/2021